Locunolé, the charm of the countryside not far from the sea !

Located 10 km from Quimperlé, Locunolé is a small village in southern Finistère nestled in the heart of the valley of Ellé, one of the wildest rivers in Brittany. If you fancy a camping holiday by the river or in the peace and quiet of the Breton countryside, Locunolé is the place for you ! On the agenda : hiking, fishing, canoeing-kayaking, tree-top climbing, paintball, horseriding… And to top it all, the nearest beaches are located just 25 km from Locunolé !

Discover the legendary valley of the Devil’s Rocks

During your camping holiday in Locunolé, you simply must visit the « Roches du Diable » (Devil’s Rocks) which are huge, strange-shaped boulders which have been shaped by nature over the centuries. This place is steeped in mysterious legends. It is said that it was the devil himself who put this chaos of rocks here, which is where it gets is name « Devil’s rocks» ! Nearby, hiking and history fanatics can explore the numerous marked footpaths and discover the small built heritage of Locunolé : chapels, calvaries, crosses and mills…

Fishing, canoeing-kayaking, tree-top climbing, paintball... activities for the whole family !

During your holiday in a mobile home, tent, caravan or motorhome, why not have a go at kayaking on the Ellé river, one of the most beautiful rivers in Brittany. The Ty Nadan watersports centre offers beginner lessons and trips down the river for adrenaline seekers ! The proximity to the sea means that you can also discover the coast on a sea-kayak trip along the rocky coasts of the Morbihan and Finistère. A listed « Rivière Sauvage de France « (wild river of France), the Ellé is also a mecca for fishing enthusiasts ! Renowned for the quality of its water, the river is a great spot for fishing for trout, salmon, carp and pike. Before you head back to the campsite, don’t forget your fishing rod !

You can also enjoy a great family day out at Ty Nadan’s outdoor activities centre which features zip lines, rope bridges and suspension bridges. Or you can take a tour on a Segway®, play paintball in the woods, tackle the climbing wall or take your children on a pony ride in the valley of Ellé or a ride on an electric quad bike. Action and adventure to get your adrenaline pumping !

To see and do in the area :

  • Quimperlé, an historic town in southern Brittany boasting extraordinary architectural heritage (10 km)
  • Pont-Aven, a small town of character brimming with charm, known as the « city of painters » (26 km)
  • The beaches in Guidel, Le Pouldu and Moëlan-sur-Mer (30 km)
  • Concarneau, renowned for its walled town and harbour (40 km)

photo : © BERTHIER Emmanuel / CRT Bretagne