Ideally situated between Finistère and Morbihan, the campsite’s location allows you to enjoy the best of Southern Brittany.
You will have the pleasure to visit Quimperlé and its medieval alleys, Pont Aven and its artists’ galleries, Concarneau and its famous walled city, Quimper and its Breton tradition, the Pointe du Raz, Brest… and the alignments of Carnac, the wild coast of Quiberon, the Gulf of Morbihan, the Glénan, Groix and Belle île islands…
Or, closer by, discover the parish of the ten bell towers, a prestigious religious heritage, and “L’Abbaye de saint Maurice”, Clohars Carnoët, mysterious and authentic, inviting you to discover its ancestral forest, its small ports such as Doëlan, picturesque, which is animated by the daily sales of coastal fishermen.
Le Pouldu in South Finistère (29)
Situated on the border of Finistère and Morbihan, Le Pouldu, a charming seaside resort with a family atmosphere, will please the greatest number of people, with its 3 fine sandy beaches, numerous creeks protected from the winds and a magnificent coastal path along the jagged coastline… (departure of the Gr 34).
Visit this charming little resort renowned for its gentle way of life and micro-climate and where nature is still preserved!
Kérou 29360 Le Pouldu
Discover the pleasure of surfing in a suitable setting supervised by state-certified instructors. The Clohars-Carnoët school has the French Surf School label. To surf is to use the energy of the waves to move. Lying or standing, take on the waves on the beaches of southern Finistère.
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Lorient City of art and history
Discover the riches of Lorient architecture and heritage in the company of a guide-lecturer. It will introduce you to the city of the Compagnie des Indes in the 18th century, the architecture of the reconstruction, the history of the neighborhoods. Guided tours every Sunday at 3 p.m. and on weekdays during school holidays.More
It is the westernmost piece of land in France. A place of history and memory, the Pointe Saint-Mathieu lighthouse is a symbolic monument for all Brittany sailors.More
Rue de Saint Philibert
By the sea, country of thatched cottages and standing stones, Névez has preserved this picturesque cultural heritage. Along the paths, the thatched and granite-roofed houses are revealed. The houses with blue shutters, lined with hydrangeas, so typical in Brittany, represent the traditional architecture of the past.More
2 Rue de Beg ar Roz
Located in the heart of the Ellé valley, Locunolé is at the gates of the Roches du Diable natural site. This place marked by the ferocity of the Ellé and its granite chaos offers visitors beautiful walks in the heart of nature. Did you know that this place, like many others in Brittany, has a legend?More
La Pointe du Raz is a masterpiece of nature, facing the impetuous Raz de Sein.
Alone or accompanied, your steps will lead you on the coastal path between moor and ocean, and there, in front of you, discover the grandeur of the panorama of the famous Raz de Sein,More
Quimper, city of art and history
Quimper is labeled City of Art and History thanks to the quality of its architectural heritage: the St Corentin cathedral, the houses of the XVIth and XVIIth centuries which rub shoulders…More
Do you want to laze around, enjoy sporting activities or swim in complete safety? The beaches of Le Pouldu are available to you! You just have to make your choice! There is something for everyone, from the most athletic to the calmest.More
The abbey site of Saint-Maurice
Discover in Clohars-Carnoët, the magnificent wooded site of the Saint-Maurice abbey, bordered by the Laïta.More
Nestled at the confluence of three rivers, the Ellé, the Isole and the Laïta, Quimperlé reveals itself from the lower town to the upper town by taking cobbled streets, stairs, bridges and footbridges. Immerse yourself in the history of this historic city that grew around its prestigious abbey.More