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53 campsites in France, Brittany, Côtes d`Armor

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Le Ranolien has been attractively developed around a former Breton farm – everything here is either made from or placed on or around, the pink...

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Situated a few kilometres back from Saint Cast, Château de Galinée is in a parkland setting on level grass with numerous and varied mature trees...

La Hallerais has a lot more to offer than most municipal sites. It is ideally located for exploring this fascinating area and is a short...

Le Vallon aux Merlettes is situated on the edge of the town and has a quiet, simple and rural ambience. The friendly owners are very...

A well managed town centre campsite, just one kilometre from the TGV rail station. Neat and tidy, it has 85 good sized pitches, 35 with...

Port l’Epine is a very pretty site in a unique situation on a promontory with direct access to the sea, and with superb views across...

Camping Cap de Bréhat is in a magnificent setting with exceptional views of the Bay of Paimpol and the Ile de Bréhat. The enthusiastic owners...

Carefully developed over the years from a former quarry, le Châtelet is pleasantly and quietly situated with lovely views over the estuary from many pitches...

This site is spacious, tranquil and well managed. Comprising five hectares, the campsite provides over 200 large grassy pitches, of which a number are used...

Situated a mile from the beaches between Erquy and Pléneuf Val-André, Camping Bellevue offers a quiet country retreat with easy access to the cliffs of...

Les Alizés is located between Lannion and Trébeurden, close to some of the finest sandy beaches of the Trégor region. The site boasts an excellent...

A warm welcome awaits at this beautifully kept, family-run site, quietly situated about a kilometre from the village of Saint-Michel-en-Grève with its good, sandy beach...

This site has good access sat-nav can be relied upon. The location is convenient for touring Brittany or as an overnight for the ferry to...

The campsite DOMAINE DE TRESTRAOU is located in Perros-Guirec in Côtes-d'Armor, in Brittany, which boasts a heritage full of character and spectacular coastal landscapes. Trestraou...

Camping les 7 îles, located on the outskirts of the quiet village of Trélévern, is directly on a pebbly beach with a narrow fine sandy...

Le Val de Landrouët is part of a large outdoor leisure complex, owned by the town of Merdrignac in central Brittany. The 45 touring pitches...

Situated on the Côte de Goëlo at Lanloup, Sites et Paysages le Neptune offers a peaceful, rural retreat for families. The friendly owners, François and...

The site is easy to find and well signposted from the local town accesses is good for even the largest of units and sat-nav can...

Saint Pabu is a pretty site beside a broad, sandy beach close to Erquy. There is a fine panoramic view of the sea from the...

Corniche

The dramatic stretch of coastline from Trégastel westwards is renowned for its rugged and distinctive beauty.  Be sure to take the Corniche, skirting the cliffs which look out to seas to the off-shore islands and jumbles of pink-hued rocks, some of which have been given colourful names such as Tête du Mort (Death du Mort) or Tas des Crêpes (literally, Pile of Pancakes).

St Cast

Set on the beautiful Emerald Coast, a stretch of jagged coastline west of Dinard, the popular resort of St Cast has one of the largest sandy beaches in Brittany.  The rugged Fort la Latte can be seen to the north-west where it has stood guard for over a thousand years.  Not far away Cap Fréhel’s lighthouse is set on 100m high cliffs of dull pink rock which makes for a dramatic contrast on a fine day wit the blue sea below.

Dinan

The hinterland of the Côte d’Eméraude is a patchwork of fields, castles, towns and villages.  One of the loveliest is Dinan, a beautifully preserved mediaeval town on the river Rance, downriver from St Malo. 

Perhaps the most delightful approach is by boat or vedette up the Rance which leads you to the little Gothic bridge under Dinan’s ramparts.  A winding cobbled street then takes you through the Porte Jerzual, once the most important of the town’s four gates, and upwards between the ancient buildings.  At Pleudihen, just to the north-east, you can watch traditional cider-making and sample the results at the cider apple museum

Paimpol

A fishing port, not actually as attractive as so many others in this region, but one which is close to some superb coastline.  In particular, the Pointe de l’Arcouest affords some super views.  From here catch the ferry out to the Ile de Bréhat. 

Perros-Guirec

Another seaside resort formed around what was once a fishing harbour.  The town surrounds the harbour, on both sides of are which good, safe, sandy beaches.  For a unique view of the craggy coastline take a boat trip out to Jersey, Guernsey or the Sept Iles, France’s first bird sanctuary. 

Follow the coastal footpath (actually the old customs officers’ path) to neighbouring Ploumanach, a little fishing village famous for its piles of pink and grey rocks, all eroded by wind and sea into strange, smooth shapes.  Boat trips leave from here to the Sept Iles, an excellent bird sanctuary situated on the small rugged off-shore islands. 

Tregastel

A small resort with a fine beach, rivalling Ploumanach for its curious rock configurations and beautiful situation.  An aquarium there is worth a visit. 

Tréguier

This is the largest town on the pink Granite coast and is well-known for its glorious pink granite cathedral.  It’s a breezy little town with the remains of mediaeval fortifications here and there and plenty to see generally.  Explore north and investigate little fishing villages like Port-Blanc and Bugueles.   Not far away the castle of La Roche-Jagu is magnificently positioned on steep wooded slopes above the river Trieux and offers wonderful views out to sea.