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Yelloh! Village Camping Les Mouettes is a sheltered site on the edge of an attractive bay, with access to the sea at the front of...

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This is a large and busy holiday-style campsite with 419 pitches but only around 50 for touring units. Facing the Glénan Islands, it is 5...

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This site is unusual in that it is located in the heart of a village, yet is only 250 metres from a sandy cove. The...

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Close to the delightful beach at Le Pouldu, Camping Kerou offers over 70 touring pitches, most with electricity. The site feels spacious, with shade from...

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Les 2 Fontaines is a large site with about 300 pitches. Of these 66 are for touring, 120 are used by tour operators and the...

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When you enter the site, you may think that this campsite site is rather small and secluded. You will find 160 touring pitches and almost...

Close to the beautiful Brittany coastline, La Roche Percée combines a tranquil setting with a friendly and active family environment, only 400 metres from the...

A well presented site, La Corniche is conveniently placed for both coast (1.5 km), with large sandy beaches, and the delights of inland Brittany. Large...

This is a delightful site with a very French feel. Out of its 130 pitches, 100 are used for touring (6/10A electricity). Access to the...

Le Cabellou Plage is a very pleasant, well-maintained site located close to Concarneau. The large, grassy pitches are divided by young hedges, all have 10A...

Les Saules is a fairly large campsite (190 pitches) that is divided in two by a busy main road, so care has to be taken...

Sites et Paysages le Panoramic is a medium-sized, traditional site, situated on quite a steep, ten-acre hillside with fine views. The 170 pitches are arranged...

Camping Locronan is a well cared for, friendly site on the edge of the village of Locronan (400 m). The site has a heated covered...

Located between the Pointe du Raz and Quimper, this 5-star campsite covers a 17-hectare hilly, rural estate. Bel-Air is a large site with a total...

This is an attractive, family run site just back from the sea near Douarnenez in Finistère. It has 186 pitches on fairly flat ground, marked...

This delightful 12-acre site is in a beautiful location almost at the tip of the Presqu’île Sainte Marguerite on the northwestern shores of Brittany. The...

Le Kergariou is a pleasant family site close to the pretty village of Clohars-Carnoët, and is located around a mile from the beach. There are...

This small and attractive riverside site has a comfortable ambience and is only a short drive from the port of Roscoff. There are 100 pitches...

Mme. Guyader and her family will ensure you receive a warm welcome on arrival at this well kept and pleasant site. Camping International Le Raguénès-Plage...

The first British visitors to Brittany left England from Cornwall while fleeing the Roman invaders. They landed in an area not unlike their own Cornwall, with its rocky coastline, inland forests and Celtic civilisation. Today this region is a beautiful destination for family holidays: fantastic scenery, picturesque villages, great food, lots going on and, perhaps above all, superb beaches, great for shrimping and sandcastles, which linger long in childhood memories. 

Benodet

One of Brittany's most delightful resorts with a small harbour and a sheltered beach which is small and popular but not too commercialised. It stands at the mouth of the Odet in a pretty setting backed by attractive woodland.

Brest

A great naval port and one of Brittany's most significant towns. The main sights include the port itself (boat trips are available), the castle, the maritime museum and Océanopolis, the well known and heavily publicised aquarium. There are great views of the town and its surrounding countryside from the Cours Dajot, near the castle.

Brignogan Plage

On the northern coast of Finistère, west of Goulven bay, this seaside resort is another example of beautiful Breton beaches. It also has a menhir, standing 25 feet high. 

Concarneau

Primarily a commercial fishing port, Concarneau is also famous for its old walled town – the Ville Clos. Cross the modern-day drawbridge, and you can explore charming narrow streets, lined with shops and restaurants. East of Concarneau, running up to the Aven and Belon estuaries, are about 15km of usually almost deserted sands with small inlets which blend into heath and open fields with occasional low sandy cliffs. This particular coastline is renowned for its beauty.  

Douarnenez

A fine resort, noted for its excellent beaches, especially the Plage des Dames, its sailing school and its marina. 

Iles de Glénan

An archipelago of nine islets and hundreds of outcrops teeming with birdlife, crystal lagoons and dazzling beaches, all accessible by boat from Benodet. 

Locronan

A superbly preserved mediaeval village (in fact used as the setting for Polanski's film 'Tess') which is named after an Irish saint, Ronan. Perhaps the most picturesque village in Brittany (and there are many!), it can be crowded in high season. 

Morlaix

A market town which is visually memorable for the vast expanse of 19th Century railway viaduct, the supporting pillars of which march across the town reaching up to 200 feet above the rooftops. The countryside to the north is a little-visited region of small valleys, high cliffs and rocky coves hiding perfect sandy beaches. Two of the best are found near the little port of Caranterec.

Pointe du Raz

There are superb views from this dramatic rocky outcrop which juts defiantly out into the Atlantic – magnificent on a wild, windy day! Look out for the dolphins which swim off the point. The impressive but less spectacular Pointe du Van lies just to the north - you get a great view of the Pointe du Raz, and the parking is free. 

Pont Aven

This small town attracts admirers of Gaugin who came here to paint before going to Tahiti. Here he began the famed 'Pont Aven' school of Impressionists. To the east, the coast is broken by inlets as far as Le Pouldu. One of the rivers, the Belon, is famed for its oyster beds. Wooded valleys and paths run down to the rivers Belon and Aven, and there is a beautiful 9km coastal path through landscape designated as being of exceptional beauty. 

Quimper

This is Brittany's oldest city and is very much the county town, built on the banks of the river Odet. Points of interest include the gothic cathedral, the Bishop's palace and old quarter with its covered market and pottery workshops – the faienceries de Quimper. Boat trips leave from Quimper and head downriver to the pretty seaside town of Benodet. 

Quimperlé

At the junction of two rivers, it enjoys an attractive situation with the lower town built around the former Abbey of Ste Croix, one of the finest examples of romanesque architecture in Brittany. There's a Breton museum and even a crêpe museum!

About 10 miles away are the Rochers du Diable where St Guenol and the Devil fought a bloody battle. The Devil was defeated and slid down into the gorge, leaving deep claw marks in the rock face as he scrabbled desperately to escape. Colourful legends aside, the rocks form an impressive gorge with a picnic area and surrounding woodland, ideal for stretching the legs after a leisurely lunch.

Roscoff 

Finistère’s major northern port but also a popular seaside resort in summer.  An attractive little town with white-washed houses, narrow streets and alleyways.