South Brittany : the island of Groix, Port Garrec, Doelan, Pont-aven, Quimper
We are ideally situated between the Finistère and the Morbihan regions so travelling around southern Brittany is easy.
You can visit Quimperlé and its medieval streets, Pont Aven and it art galleries, Concarneau a renowned walled town, Quimper and its Breton traditions, Pointe du Raz, Brest… you can even go as far as Carnac and visit the standing stones, the wild coast of Quiberon, the Gulf of Morbihan, the Glenan islands, Groix and Belle Ile…
Closer to the campsite, you can discover the 10 steeple parish, a prestigious religious monument and Saint Maurice Abbey, Clohars Carnoët, a mysterious and authentic town where you can discover its ancestral forest, its pretty harbours, including Doëlan a picturesque, lively fishing port where the fishermen sell their daily catch.
Little anecdote: the port has actually been renamed “Port Garret” in the series “Doc Martin” broadcast on TF1.
Le Pouldu in southern Finistère
Located on the edge of the Finistère and Morbihan, Le Pouldu is a charming seaside resort ideal for families, boasting 3 sandy beaches, numerous creeks protected from the wind and a splendid coastal path along the jagged coastline (start of the GR34 coastal path).
Take the time to visit this delightful town, renowned for its gentle way of life and microclimate and where nature is still preserved!