Michelle and Thierry Suquet offer a warm welcome to this comfortable, quiet, family site with stunning views. In a beautiful location on the Presqu’île Sauvage between Paimpol and Perros-Guirec, attractive trees and shrubs provide a balance of sun and shade for the 200 pitches. Of these, 140 are for touring, all with electricity (long leads may be needed in places) and some also have water and drainage. Pitches are on grassy terraces on the gradual descent towards the bay and the sea (a sandy bay with rocks). Most terraces have a slight slope, so those with motorhomes will need to choose their pitch carefully.
Open, level pitches nearer the sea are perhaps more suitable for tents as the electric connections from here are more distant. There are good opportunities for walking and cycling, with a way-marked footpath running along the coast to the Sillon du Talbert, a sandbank that juts out into the sea opposite the Ile de Bréhat. Many visitors are attracted to this excellent coastal area, particularly kayak enthusiasts.