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Camping La Plage Le Guilvinec, Finistère

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Camping La Plage : nearby

The amazing location of the Yelloh! Village La Plage means it lies at the centre of a bay which stretches out towards two fishing harbours. On the coast, footpaths take you across sand dunes to Le Guilvinec, a village and fishing harbour, or, if you decide to head westwards, to Kérity and Saint Pierre, with their characteristic little fishing harbours that are full of activity. Or, inland, you could discover the surrounding region in total safety along the cycle paths.

Camping La Plage
241 Hent Maner Ar Steir
29760 Penmarc'h
+33 (0)2 98 58 61 90
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GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 47° 48' 10''
Longitude: W 4° 18' 45''
Work out your route

Bénodet, 20 km
Quimper airport, 25 km
Quimper railway station, 31 km
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Pointe de la Torche

Just a few minutes from the campsite, come and discover Pointe de la Torche, which is a listed site that is known all over the world for its waves. As well as being a well-known surfing location, it is also a wonderful place for hiking; in April the paths pass through huge fields of tulips in the area surrounding the site, providing a fantastic show of colour. La Torche peninsula is the stepping-off point for the Baie d’Audierne, which is home to several kilometres of beaches and protected natural spaces.


Come and discover the loveliest beaches in southern Finistère: the beaches of Le Steir (directly accessible 50 metres from the campsite), Pors Carn, between the tip of Saint Guénolé and the tip of la Torche, Lesconil and more, together with the wild, dune-covered areas of the protected bay of Audierne. Get away from it all and enjoy some watersports here with the whole family!

Culture and fine food to enjoy together

Here, the Fest Noz and other festivals, the Vieilles Charrues music festival, the Festival du Bout du Monde, as well as various shows and events, all take place one after the other throughout the year. And if it’s fine food you’re after, Brittany is a wonderful place for enjoying produce from both land and sea in all its simplicity!

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