Campsites in Finistère: which establishment to choose?
You will visit the Bretons, in Finistère, the furthest point of the earth, or rather of France. Brittany, even though it's very popular, it still has a lot to teach you, as its history and culture are so rich. For example, you probably have not yet visited Quimper and its riviera, the Crozon Peninsula, Concarneau, Pont-Aven, Roscoff, Morlaix Bay, Monts d'Arrée, Brest Bay, Abers and Iroise. A look back at some of Finistère's top destinations: the Bay of Douarnenez, the Pointe du Raz, and the islands at the end of the world, such as Ouessant, Sein and many others.
Camping La Pommeraie de l'Océan Trégunc - Finistère
Its location 900m from the sandy beaches of Pointe de Trévignon in Trégunc, a seaside resort known for its 23 km of coastline and traditional cuisine, on the grounds ...
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Camping Keranterec La Forêt-Fouesnant - Finistère
We welcome you to our Breton campsite between Fouesnant and Concarneau in southern Finistère. We offer you the authenticity of a warm family place. You will be able to ...
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Baie de Douarnenez and Pointe Du Raz: your family stay
The Bay of Douarnenez has its most advanced point at Pointe du Raz. You will have a breathtaking view, as the panorama is impressive: islands at the end of the world, ocean as far as the eye can see, old lighthouses .... The Pointe du Raz will seduce you with its natural heritage and its many possibilities. A great site of France, the tip will bring you a breath of fresh air, for an invigorating stay. Here, the natural elements are unleashed. You can admire the landscape of cliffs torn by water and wind, including the famous Raz du Sein. Witness of a past maritime glory, the lighthouse Ar Men, will remind you of the isolation of life at sea, alone in front of the ocean. On the road, you can visit the beautiful bays of Audierne, the Trépassés, the Pointe du Van, the Cap de la Chèvre .... To learn more about the unique natural heritage, visit the Maison du Site. To eat, enjoy the many restaurants that will of course serve the local specialties, including fresh seafood.
The islands at the end of the world: Ouessant, Sein
Finistère etymologically means end of the earth, the islands surrounding the Finistère will inspire you as their name indicates, a feeling of end of the world: behind you, the bay, in front of you the infinite Ocean. There are five islands: the island of Batz, the island of Ouessant, the island of Molène, the island of Sein and the archipelago of Glénan. If you decide to venture into the island of Ouessant, you will be impressed by its shoreline landscape, which you can explore on foot or by bike. Do not hesitate to visit the Iroise Marine Nature Park, taste the local specialties, discover the Lighthouse Museum and the Ecomuseum. At Molène, discover the arts, culture and local history: between painting, literature, photography, concerts and music, you will not have time to get bored. On the island of Batz, you will be charmed by the radiant nature and the hospitality of its inhabitants. You will think you're on a raft, on the island of Sein, as the sea surrounds you for new sensations. And don't forget the archipelago of Glénan: beaches of white sand, clear waters, islets ... The only downside is that you cannot live there at night. By day, however, you can dive, sail, and admire the Narcissus of Glénan, a unique flower of its kind in the world.