Alan Rogers Review
Bas de la Lande is a municipal site, ideally located for overnight stops. The Oust river, which makes up part of the Nantes-Brest canal, runs opposite the site and provides good fishing (permit needed). Bas de la Lande has 53 pitches, of which 49 are for touring and four are for mobile homes. 38 have electricity (6/10A). The pitches are on a number of flat terraces up a steep incline, and most are large, grassy and lightly shaded. As the site is situated close to the N24, a busy dual-carriageway, road noise can be audible in all parts of the site.
From here you can discover the delights of inland Brittany, not least Josselin with its superb fortified 15th century château. Attractive discounts are offered for longer stays.
The principal toilet block just behind reception has washbasins in cabins and large showers. Unit for disabled visitors (with shower, washbasin and toilet). Washing machine and dryer. A second, much older block is only used at peak periods. Motorhome services. Play area. Fishing. Games and TV room.
- Fishing on Site
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Small Site
- Shop Nearby
- TV on Site
Leave N24 Rennes-Lorient road to west of Josselin following signs to Guégon, then Josselin. Site is clearly signed from the N24.
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Latitude Longitude 47.9523 -2.57338
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