Trégunc, a holiday close to the coast, nature and heritage in southern Finistère !

Located between Concarneau and Pont-Aven, Trégunc is the ideal destination for a great camping holiday in southern Finistère in Brittany. Located opposite the Glénan islands, this charming seaside village stretches for miles and is in fact one of the largest towns in southern Finistère. A wide range of activities are available for campers : hiking or cycling along the dunes, beaches and watersports along the preserved coast, exploring the rich, natural heritage…

Sandy beaches, dunes and small covers over a 23 km stretch of coast !

Trégunc is a charming coastal town boasting 23 km of coastline and a dozen beaches popular with tourists for the quality of its bathing water. The beaches of Kerouini and Penloc’h are ideal for families and for those who simply want to lie back and relax. The main beach, Kersidan, is a mecca for kitesurfers and windsurfers. If you are a naturist at heart, head for Keranouat beach which has a nudist zone. Boardsports enthusiasts can enjoy surfing on the small beaches of Dourveil or Don, a popular spot with local surfers. The beaches in Trégunc are all different so you are sure to find what you are looking for !

Walking and hiking on the GR 34 coastal path

Explore the coast from Pointe de Trévignon and Pointe de la Jument and discover the Villa-Château, lighthouse and small harbour. If you carry on along the rocky coast to Pointe de la Jument you may catch a glimpse of the Glénan islands and bay of Concarneau. Along the way, the stunning seascapes will take your breath away… uninterrupted beaches and lakes lead to the Trévignon dunes which stretch over 6 km. To the east of Trévignon, low cliffs prevail. If you like mountain biking, you can try the circuit which starts at St Philibert chapel and heads towards the bay of Rospico then Kerascoët village and its charming thatched houses in the neighbouring town of Névez.

To see and do :

  • The "Dunes and lakes of Trévignon", a 300 hectare, protected natural site, run by the Conservatoire du Littoral (coastal protection agency).
  • Houses made of upright stones known as « pierre debout » (17th and 19th centuries). This style of architecture is unique in France and can only be seen in Trégunc !
  • The chapel of Notre-Dame de Kerven (16th century) which houses a twisted column altarpiece as well as ancient statues of Breton saints.
  • « Men Dogan », the trembling rock called « la Pierre du Cocu », at Kerouël, on the road to Concarneau.

photo : © LE GAL Yannick / CRT Bretagne