Alan Rogers Review
Le Greve Blanche is a simple campsite with 85 level pitches available for touring set in small groups, many with superb views across the bay. The site benefits from having direct access to the rocky and sandy beach. There is virtually no shade or protection from off-shore winds; however, there is an abundance of newly planted shrubs which should help once matured. There are few water points and long cables may be required. A small and comfortable bar is open in high season and food is available three times a week, as well as entertainment and boules competitions.
The small town of Plouguerneau is just 2 km. away where you will find shops and eating places. This site would suit walkers as the GR34 runs directly past it.
One newly refurbished toilet block has open style washbasins and preset, coin-operated showers. Facilities for disabled visitors, although site paths are poor for wheelchair users. Motorhome services (charged). Small shop and bread delivered daily. Small bar with some food and entertainment in July/Aug. Play area. Some entertainment July/Aug. Boules competitions. Torches essential.
- Bicycle Hire Nearby
- Bar on Site
- Golf Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Riding Nearby
- Shop on Site
From Plouguerneau follow sign for St Michel. Site is well signed.
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Latitude Longitude 48.63048 -4.52402
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