Les Côtes d'Armor : Wonderful and wild...

Camping Plus Bretagne campsites in Côtes d'Armor

Your camping holiday in the Côtes-d'Armor

Discover Brittany when you spend your holiday in a campsite in Côtes d'Armor ! With CAMPING PLUS BRETAGNE, experience a holiday rich in emotions and explore the most beautiful natural and cultural sites of northern Brittany... A change of scenery guaranteed!

The Pink Granite Coast between Trébeurden and Perros-Guirec in Brittany

The Pink Granite Coast is considered to be the most beautiful coast in Brittany. If you are looking for maximum comfort in this small corner of paradise on the north-west coast of Côtes-d'Armor, opt for a 5 star camping holiday in Perros-Guirec, a fabulous seaside resort, ideal for a family holiday. With its marina, beautiful sandy beaches, Thermes Marins spa centre and unusual landscapes, Perros-Guirec combines charm and authenticity. Famous for its pink granite rocks, Ploumanac'h is also a great destination for a holiday in a chalet or mobile home in Côtes d'Armor. Between the beaches of Trestraou and Saint-Guirec, discover the enormous granite blocks sculpted by the wind and sea, which have made this resort famous. Climbing to the top of the Mean Ruz lighthouse, you can admire beautiful views over the castle of Costaéres, Ile Renote and the Sept Iles. Continue your visit towards Pleumeur-Bodou home to the Gallic village, as well as the Cité des Télécoms and Planétarium de Bretagne. Families will love it! In Trégastel, visit the Aquarium Marin, built in the caves of the pink rocks, and discover the fauna of the Breton seas. If you prefer swimming, sunbathing and sand castles, the ideal choice is to rent a cottage or a pitch between Lannion and Trébeurden, at Les Plages de Beg Léguer. On the programme: magnificent fine sandy beaches, watersports, diving, boat trips around the Sept-Iles archipelago, hikes in the Nature Reserve and discovery of the LPO ornithological station on Ile Grande...

Paimpol Bay and Bréhat

To immerse yourself in Brittany’s culture and nature, head for the bay of Paimpol! Stroll through the alleys in the old district of Paimpol lined with old timber-framed houses and beautiful ship owners' houses, or along the lively quays of the fishing port or the Trieux estuary. From the customs path, you can see the island of Bréhat. To get there, go to the Arcouest headland in Ploubazlanec. After a short boat trip, you dock on what is known as the “island of flowers”, a protected area where cars are forbidden. If you're looking for peace and authenticity, there's no better place in Côtes-d'Armor! Back on the continent, continue your journey towards Beauport Abbey, a magnificent 13th century monastic complex set in the heart of an outstanding natural environment. As you venture further inland, stop off at the Château de la Roche-Jagu and its medieval-inspired contemporary park. A favourite with CAMPING PLUS BRETAGNE : Vapeur du Trieux, a tourist train pulled by a steam locomotive that winds its way through the valley between Paimpol and Pontrieux. A fabulous trip back in time!

Binic, Pléneuf Val André, Fréhel and the bay of Saint-Brieuc in Brittany

A listed nature reserve since 1998, the bay of Saint-Brieuc has the fifth highest tides in the world. It's also a great playground and discovery area during your camping holiday by the sea ! After a stroll in the historical centre of Saint-Brieuc where you will find Saint-Étienne cathedral, one of the rare fortified churches of Brittany, set off to explore the Bay of Saint-Brieuc ! If you travel between the archipelago of Bréhat and Cap Fréhel, you can discover the beautiful beaches of Plérin and Erquy, Binic where you can soak up its "seaside holiday village" atmosphere, the highest cliffs in Brittany in Plouha, the history of the fishing in Newfoundland and Iceland in Pléneuf-Val-André, the charming seaside villas in Saint-Quay-Portrieux, the fabulous landscapes of Pointe du Roselier in Plérin, Pointe de Pordic and Pointe des Guettes in Hillion.... Between the bay of Saint-Brieuc and the bay of Saint-Malo, the Grand Site Cap d'Erquy-Cap Fréhel is one of the most beautiful natural sites in Brittany. It is located along the GR34 coastal path which links Cap Fréhel to Fort la Latte. From here, you can admire the pink sandstone cliffs which rise 70 metres above the sea. You will then arrive at the foot of Fort La Latte, one of Brittany's most famous castles. Built in the 14th century, the fortress is open to visitors in the peak season.

Dinan and the Rance Valley in Upper Britain

An elegant medieval city and a town of Art and History, Dinan is famous for its ramparts and its 14th century castle which dominates the Rance, the "Jerzual" (street lined with craftsmen’s workshops), the Clock Tower... It is an ideal starting point to visit the Rance Valley and enjoy a wide range of cultural discoveries and nature activities: visit Léhon, a small town of character (12th century feudal castle), enjoy a trip down the Rance, hiking or cycling in the hinterland, discover the ruins of chapels and castles... This is your chance to get off the beaten track during your holiday in Brittany !

The lake of Guerlédan and the canal from Nantes to Brest in Brittany

The numerous species of fish and other seafood will delight foodies...

Guerlédan country is appreciated for its wide open spaces that resemble Scandinavia, its peacefulness and remarkable landscapes - Argoat marks the border between Côtes-d'Armor and Morbihan. Located in the heart of Brittany, Guerlédan lake and the Blavet Valley are pretty spots to camp in central Brittany. There are a multitude of activities to recharge your batteries in the middle of nature: walks on the canal from Nantes to Brest, hiking, cycling on the Vélodyssée, fishing, canoeing, horse riding, water skiing, climbing... On the way, you will discover the Forges des Salles, an ancient 17th century steel village and the Quénécan forest known as "Little Breton Switzerland". A change of scenery guaranteed!

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