OUR GOOD PLANS IN THE SOUTH FINISTÈRE
Find the best addresses around our camping at Trégunc.
4 RESTAURANTS IN TRÉGUNC
- Crêperie La Marinière : Ideally located at the Pointe de Trévignon in South Finistère, facing the port, the establishment is renowned for its warm welcome and friendliness. You can taste traditional buckwheat pancakes and sweet pancakes. The dishes are generous and the menu is varied. Its large terrace offers you a sea view, very popular at sunset time! In July and August, the uninterrupted opening allows you to enjoy a wheat pancake or an ice cream in the afternoon.
La Marinière – 1690 Route de la Pointe, 29910 Trégunc – 02 98 50 03 62 – Website
- Le Mervent : A traditional French restaurant, Le Mervent offers a varied menu with a focus on Breton specialties and seafood. Oysters, pork with salted butterscotch, mussels, fresh fish, or homemade Breton far are carefully prepared and served with generosity. Located rue du port facing the islands of Glénan, the Mervent has a vast terrace with a breathtaking view of the ocean. The establishment opens its doors from mid-March to the beginning of November. It is open every day during the months of July and August.
Le Mervent – 35 Rue du Port, 29910 Trégunc – 02 98 50 01 68 – Website
- Le Pass Port : Located in an exceptional setting, this brewery open all year round has a beautiful terrace facing the ocean, accessible by the coastal path. In formula or à la carte, you can taste seafood, French-style cooked meat and fish or traditional “fish and chips” or fried mussels. The establishment also has a bar, an ice cream parlour and a creperie: you can therefore simply have a drink on the terrace in the afternoon, or stop there to enjoy an ice cream or a sweet pancake while taking advantage of the 180° view of the sea. The bay windows allow you to enjoy the view of the ocean and the port itself from inside the restaurant.
Le Pass Port – Route de Pointe de Trevignon, 29910 Trégunc – 09 82 21 81 90 – Website
- La Grappa : Restaurant of Italian specialties, La Grappa is located in front of the remarkable church of St. Philibert. Its varied menu includes many antipasti, Italian-style cooked meats, typical pasta dishes, sandwiches, as well as seafood specialties. Of course, it also offers a wide choice of pizzas, to be eaten on the spot or to take away. The desserts are homemade. La Grappa has a large terrace, mostly covered, which allows you to have your meals outside in the shade or to enjoy the sun. The restaurant is open all year round.
La grappa – 6 Hent an Aod, 29910 Trégunc – 02 98 50 06 14 – Website
4 FLAGSHIP ACTIVITIES IN FINISTÈRE NEAR TRÉGUNC
- The enclosed town of Concarneau : Only 8 km from your campsite, the town of Concarneau is an ancient stronghold on the ocean which still has exceptional fortifications. Its rich architectural heritage has remained intact behind the ramparts, the nine watchtowers and the three fortified gates: you just have to cross the drawbridge to discover the shops with carved lintels, medieval granite houses and old chapels. In the old town, numerous stores selling arts, crafts and local products enliven the cobbled streets. Around the walled city, the fishing port and the marina are also pleasant places to stroll. Maritime activities have forged the history and reputation of Concarneau. The visit of the fish auction is a must!
Ville close – Rue Théophile Louarn, 29900 Concarneau – 02 98 97 01 44 – Website
- The fishing museum : At the entrance of the walled city, the fishing museum offers to the visitors of Finistère to discover the historical activity of Concarneau. This unique place in France has an exceptional collection of everyday objects of the sailors, fishing tools, documents, boats and models. Numerous activities are organized for adults and children alike: guided tours, workshops and conferences on the world of fishing, but also meetings and storytelling evenings.
Fishing museum of Concarneau – 3 Rue Vauban, 29900 Concarneau – 02 98 97 10 20 – Website
- The castle of Keriolet : This 13th century manor house saw its architecture and its decoration being completely revisited in the 19th century, under the impulse of Zenaide Narischkine. The castle owes in particular to this Russian princess, known to be the aunt of Tsar Nicholas II, a remarkable building of neo-gothic architecture. The guided tour of Keriolet Castle is an opportunity to learn many historical anecdotes. The place marks by its atypical character and by the beauty of its decorations. Its large wooded park is a pleasant place for a walk after the visit.
Château de Kériolet – Rue de Keriolet, 29900 Concarneau – 02 98 97 36 50 – Website
- The art galleries of Pont-Aven : Today called the “city of painters”, Pont-Aven has been attracting artists since the 19th century. The small Breton town, which notably welcomed and inspired Paul Gauguin, is today rich of about sixty art galleries and receives every year many artists in residence. The city also has a fine arts museum which exhibits works by painters of the Pont-Aven school such as Gauguin or Sérusier. Temporary exhibitions of contemporary art complete the museum’s rich collection.
Tourist Office of Pont-Aven – 3 rue des Meunières – 29930 Pont-Aven – 02 98 06 04 70 – Website
4 FRIENDLY CAMPSITES IN THE FINISTÈRE
- Camping le Saint-Nicolas : Located in Port-Manech in Névez in the south of Finistère, the 3-star Saint-Nicolas campsite has an exceptional setting 200 m from the beach. You can rent a fully equipped mobile home or reserve a bare pitch to camp in a tent or caravan. With its trees and rich flowers, Saint-Nicolas offers your vacations a green setting for rest and relaxation. An aquatic area allows you to relax in all weathers: it is composed of an outdoor swimming pool heated to 28°, a multi-track slide, and a covered pool with balneo area and waterfall shower.
Camping Le Saint Nicolas – 8 Kercouliou Stang, 29920 Névez – 02 98 06 89 75 – Website
- L’escale Saint-Gilles : 5 star campsite, l’Escale Saint-Gilles offers you an exceptional setting for your vacations and top-of-the-range services. Located in the famous seaside resort of Bénodet, the L’Escale Saint-Gilles campsite welcomes holidaymakers on a 9-hectare site just 50 m from the beach. The establishment also has a remarkable water park, with an indoor and an outdoor pool, a running river, paddling pools, water playgrounds for the little ones and slides. You can also enjoy a spa with a hammam, herbal tea room, sauna, whirlpools and massage jets, a relaxing armchair and wellness treatment cabins.
Sunêlia Escale Saint-Gilles – Corniche de la Mer, 29950 Bénodet – 02 98 57 05 37 – Website
- Camping Le Kérou : Located 200 m from the sandy beaches with supervised swimming, Le Kérou is a family campsite offering shady pitches and spacious rental units. Lovers of camping in tent or caravan can opt for classic pitches of 100 m2, or for all comfort pitches with individual WC cabin, fridge and wash-hand basin. The rental offers include unusual accommodation such as the Sahari lodge or the Coco sweet, halfway between a mobile home and a canvas tent. Le Kérou campsite in Clohars-Carnoët also has an aquatic area with an indoor pool, outdoor pool, slides, pentaglides and paddling pool.
Camping Kérou 4 stars – 15 Rue des Ajoncs, 29360 Clohars-Carnoët – 02 98 39 92 57 – Website
- Camping de Mesqueau : Located 5 km from the sea in Plougasnou, the campsite borders the fishing ponds of Mesqueau. Its indoor swimming pool, playgrounds, theme evenings and children’s club make the Mesqueau campsite an ideal destination for families. Well situated to discover Northern Brittany, the 3-star establishment offers about sixty pitches for tents, caravans and motor homes. The 7-hectare site, planted with trees and flowers, also has a wide choice of mobile homes and canvas bungalows. Every week, a program of animations is proposed: marshmallow party, swimming pool at night, or pizza night!
Camping de Mesqueau – 870 route de Mesqueau, 29630 Plougasnou – 02 98 67 37 45 – Website