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Camping Plus Bretagne campsites in Finistère
Your camping holiday in Finistère
Are you spending your next camping holiday in Finistère and and are wondering which are the must-see sites? Take a look around CAMPING PLUS BRETAGNE and discover some of the most beautiful sites in Finistère!
A tour of Pays Bigouden in the bay of Douarnenez
Famous for its Bigouden tradition, impressive headdress and for the beauty of its wild landscapes, Bigouden country offers a wide range of seaside activities and cultural sites. After a stopover at Pont-l'Abbé, its castle (13th century), shopping streets and Thursday morning market, head towards the sunny beaches between Ile Tudy and Sainte-Marine, Loctudy and Lesconil. In the summer, they attract families looking for a relaxing spot as well as watersports enthusiasts. When you book a camping holiday at Yelloh Village l'Océan Breton, in southern Finistère, you are sure to get plenty of fresh sea air and enjoy hours of fun at the beach. If you’d love to try your hand at surfing, choose a campsite which has direct access to the beach like Yelloh Village La Plage, preferably close to Pointe de la Torche, the most famous surf spot in Brittany! And when you take a break from riding the waves, you can visit the Bigouden Museum in Pont-l'Abbé, the Eckmühl lighthouse in Penmarc'h (65 m high), the port of Guilvinec and Cité de la Pêche Haliotika and taste local specialities (langoustines, kouign, pancakes and galettes...). Moving away from Bigouden country, head for the Bay of Audierne along the Route du Vent Solaire. Crossing the border to Cap Sizun, discover the legendary headland, Point du Raz, whose highest cliffs rise 70 metres above the sea. In the distance, you can see the Ar Men lighthouse , Tévennec and Ile de Sein. If you follow the coast road, it doesn’t take long to reach Douarnenez "the city of 4 ports". On the programme: walks along the colourful, buzzing quays, visit of the Port Museum, beautiful shipowners' houses and picturesque fishermen's houses and an excursion to Ile Tristan where a precious treasure is supposedly buried...
Discover the bay of Concarneau, Pays Fouesnantais and the Glénan archipelago !
If you have chosen to spend your next camping holiday near Concarneau in Tregunc at Airotel La Pommeraie de l'Océan, you won't regret it! The walled town of Concarneau is one of the most visited historical monuments in Brittany. Behind its ramparts, the fortified city (15th and 16th centuries) offers visitors a pretty trip back in time. Just as pretty is the « city of painters », Pont-Aven, which is well worth a visit. Take a stroll around the small port, visit the art galleries and the museum dedicated to the painters of Pont-Aven School. This is where Paul Gauguin worked on his most famous paintings. In the heart of Pays Fouesnantais, from Cap-Coz to Mousterlin and Beg-Meil, your eyes will be drawn to the silhouette of the Glénan islands and you won’t be able to resist a trip to visit them ! As there are no campsites on the Glénans (to preserve the site), a good compromise is to choose a campsite near Fouesnant at Sunélia l'Atlantique, the departure point for cruises and excursions to the islands. Famous for its clear turquoise waters, nautical centre and international diving centre, you’ll feel like you are in the Bahamas!
Visit Quimper and Brittany's Cornwall
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If you have booked your camping holiday in Quimper, you’ll have plenty of time to visit this beautiful town of Art and History, Saint-Corentin cathedral, the Bishops' Palace, Rue Kéréon lined with half-timbered houses, Henriot pottery works... Near Quimper, the small medieval town of Locronan is an absolute must. In a real cape and sword filmsetting, you are literally plunged into the Middle Ages! In the afternoon, you can head for the beaches of Bénodet, a charming seaside resort on the Breton Riviera with its marina, casino, thalassotherapy centre and palm trees...
An escapade from the bay of Morlaix Bay to the Monts d'Arrée hills
Located between Leon and Trégor, the bay of Morlaix boasts authentic landscapes, numerous islands and islets and coves of fine sand... From the Carantec peninsula, you can admire the view of Ile Callot and the Château du Taureau, an old Vauban fortress that is now a museum. Northern Finistère is steeped in cultural heritage. The numerous parish enclosures and unique architectural ensembles are just an example, the most famous being that of Saint-Thégonnec (16th - 18th century) which boasts impressive decorative architecture. If you are planning to spend a camping holiday in the bay of Morlaix at Yelloh Village Les Mouettes, you will have the plenty of time to find all the hidden treasures and "lose" yourself in the Monts d'Arrée hills and the Armorican Massif. With a backdrop of worn and rounded mountains, 330 million years old, campers can explore the wild and preserved nature, mysterious landscape of desolation for some and a haven of peace and serenity for others. Must-dos: climb to the top of Mont Saint-Michel de Brasparts (380 metres high) and admire the stunning view over Lake Brennilis, the bogs of Yeun Ellez (the Gate of Hell!) and on a clear day, Morlaix Bay!
Pays de Quimperlé, the link between land and sea in Brittany
Located at the border of Finistère and Morbihan, the campsites near Quimperlé in Locunolé at Village Loisirs Ty Nadan offer holidaymakers a wide range of cultural, sporting and leisure activities: kayaking on the turbulent rivers or fishing in the peaceful rias, visiting the historic city of Quimperlé, the oyster parks of Riec-sur-Belon, the megaliths of Moëlan-sur-Mer, the Maison-Musée du Pouldu, the abbey church of Saint-Maurice, not forgetting the beautiful beaches of Clohars-Carnoët...
From the Crozon peninsula to the bay of Brest
Nestled between the bay of Douarnenez to the south and Brest harbour to the north, the Crozon peninsula is the central tip of Finistère. This area will delight hiking enthusiasts (GR34) who can discover remarkable natural sites such as Pointe des Espagnols and Cap de la Chèvre. From the top of the impressive cliffs, you can see the islands of Sein, Molène and Ouessant... Opposite the Crozon peninsula stands Brest, a city that is both maritime and urban. Spend a day there, you can visit the castle, the National Navy Museum and the aquarium, Océanopolis. Also discover the Remarkable Garden of Daoulas Abbey, Saint-Mathieu lighthouse and the former fishing village of Meneham. If you want to take to the seas, take a cruise around Iroise Sea and discover the islands of Ouessant, Molène and Sein. Further north is Roscoff, the most British of the Breton ports where ferries leave and arrive from England. Facing the island of Batz, the old corsair town brilliantly combines the pleasures of a seaside resort and the charm of a small town full of Breton character.
So, have we managed to convince you? Are you ready to pack your bags and spend your next holiday on the western tip of Brittany? Discover our selection of the most beautiful campsites in Finistère and book your stay now!
Découvrez nos campings dans le Finistère
The campsite is the ideal base from which to explore all the sites in southern Finistère: Pointe de la Torche, Pointe du Raz, fishing harbours, Quimper, Concarneau… Our facilities and services are open from the day the campsite opens. Our main attractions are the heated pool, which can be covered or uncovered, the outdoor pool, the wellness centre offering massages and treatments and the free sauna in July and August.
With a heated pool complex and direct access to a huge sandy beach located 400 metres from the campsite, L’Atlantique in Fouesnant is the perfect choice for a family holiday.
We offer a range of quirky camping accommodation such as YURTS and LODGES (furnished tents). We also offer a choice of camping pitches: serviced “COMFORT” pitches with electricity, water and drainage and “LUXURY” pitches with a private bathroom, which are very popular.
Discover our mobile homes with partially covered terrace or our luxury TAOS mobile homes.
You can also enjoy hours of fun at our covered pool complex heated to 30°, relax at our wellness centre “L’Archipel” which offers a sauna, hammam, beauty treatments, fitness room, sunbed and massages.
Your children will have great fun at our 600 m² indoor play room.
Head for the Carantec peninsula and discover one of the best open-air hotels in Brittany: Yelloh! Village Les Mouettes*****. Yelloh! Village Les Mouettes has all the ingredients for an unforgettable holiday! Families will love its 34-acres of lush, green surroundings and wooded areas, its impressive water park, comprising the Blue Lagoon, the indoor Balneo pool and the new family-only facility: The Aquagarden.
Our campsite is renowned for its wide range of facilities such as our waterpark with slides and fabulous indoor pool. We also organise evening entertainment and activities at the kids’ clubs which the children adore ! We offer a range of outdoor activities with qualified monitors : canoe-kayak, adventure park, horseriding, electric quad bikes, climbing, paintball, segway, archery…
The Yelloh ! Village L’Océan Breton campsite, set within a 25-acre park in southern Brittany, offers you the warmest, sincerest welcome. The campsite offers a pool complex stretching over 2000 m² and the very best facilities such as tree-top climbing, an indoor pool and a wide range of mobile homes, chalets and cabin on stilts for a fabulous holiday in southern Finistère.