Cities and towns


Located on the western tip of Brittany, Brest is an important military and civilian port. The city was rebuilt after the destruction of 1944 and is today the most modern city in Brittany. You can visit the Musée de la Marine museum or combine it with a visit to Oceanopolis (see attractions and parks).


A historically important, artistic and legendary capital. Cathedral Saint-Corentin, Gothic style, from the 12th, 15th and 19th centuries. The construction of the cathedral took three centuries. The result of all these efforts is one of the most successful showpieces of Gothic art.


Locronan belongs to the very private clubs of “towns of character” and “most beautiful villages in France”. You quickly understand why when you walk through the town and see the beautiful houses that stand radiant around the central square with its old wells. To protect the authenticity of the historic center, the cars remain outside the center and the shops are indicated with traditional signs.

Parks and Attractions

Oceanopolis: Aquariums with exotic sea creatures

La Recre des 3 cures: Large amusemantpark

FunparkAugust 1-8, 2021. This festival has Crozon : recreationpark inluding climbing and paintball.

Festival du Bout du Monde : August 4-6, 2023 This festival has become an important date for world music in France, known for its convivial atmosphere and making Brittany the capital of the planet for a weekend.

Walking and cycling

The Crozon peninsula is rightly known for the incredible panoramas offered by its points and coasts, making it an ideal place for beautiful walks or bike rides.


The GR 34 route runs past the campsite; a walking route that follows the entire coastline of crozon over a length of about 120 km.

Mountain biking

There are 11 marked mountain bike circuits in Crozon (15 to 30 km long), representing a total of 200 km of routes of various levels.

Beaches and Water sports


The campsite borders the bay of Brest. The beach adjacent to the campsite consists of sand, gravel, pebbles and rocks. In both directions you can follow the coast by walking on this beach. There are also many sandy beaches in the vicinity, such as Plage Trez Rouz (5 km), Plage de Kerloc’h  (8.5 km) or Plage du Corréjou (9 km). Plage de l’Île Vierge (14 km) is without doubt one of the most beautiful beaches in France. The beach is hidden between the rocks and can only be reached via a path that descends quite steeply – a really tough climb to get back up. l’île Vierge is a small and idyllic beach, but really beautiful to see.

Surfing / Canoeing

Dive into the crystal clear waters that are the charm of the fine sandy beaches, at the foot of steep cliffs and other dunes, a wild landscape, a beautiful and unspoilt nature that attracts surfers from all over the world. Favorite surf beaches are; La Palue, Lostmarch and Goulien. There are also various surf schools and rental companies.

Canoes and SUP boards can be rented at the campsite.

Boat trips

Boat trips are also possible; you can take the ferry to Brest from Le Fret (within walking distance of the campsite). From Camaret sur Mer you can take a 1h15 boat trip to the island of Ouessant.

It is also nice to visit the sea caves at Morgat with a boat trip.

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