Fouesnant, the sea and nature reunited !
Admire the view from the clifftops, discover the small hidden coves, try your hand at watersports, sail out to the Glénan islands… This is just a taste of what to expect during your camping holiday in Fouesnant, one of the most popular tourist resorts in southern Finistère !
Nature and hiking in Fouesnant : 300 km of marked paths between ocean and shore !
Don’t forget to pack your walking shoes for your holiday in Fouesnant ! The Fouesnant area boasts no less than 300 km of hiking paths along the coast and inland. Discover the iconic GR34 coastal path, known as the « customs officers’ path ». The Mousterlin, a designated Natura 2000 site, is a great place for a relaxing walk through the dunes, underwood and salt meadows. Carry on walking and you will reach the dunes of Mer Blanche (white sea). This laguna forms a small inland sea which at low tide, reveals a dazzling white sandy foreshore… A complete change of scenery !
The joys of camping by the sea: small sandy beaches and wild coves !
Nestled in the heart of the « Cornouaille » coast, Fouesnant is proud to be the town with the longest stretch of coastline in southern Finistère. Which means that the beach is always within flipflop walking distance from your tent, motorhome or mobile home ! The main beach, Kerler, is 4 km long and is perfect for the children. If you are planning your holiday between Pointe de Beg Meil and Pointe de Cap Coz, you’ll love to picnic in the secluded hidden coves, which look totally untouched, or swim in the clear turquoise water. Some of them can only be reached on foot, by bike or boat… what an adventure !
- Campsite Sunélia l'Attlantique
- boat trip to the « Iles de Glénan », an archipelago of islands and islets in the middle of a tropical-style lagoon, and incredibly rich ecosystem.
- Follow the GR34, a legendary coastal path, from Penfoulic cove, past the cliffs at Cap-Coz to Pointe de Mousterlin.
- Take the children rock pooling at Pointe du Cap Coz and collect clams, winkles, razor clams, crabs and shrimps.