Camping holidays in the Finistère
Brittany, and more specifically the Finistère department, is highly-prized when it comes to seaside holidays. With a wide variety of activities to choose from, breathtaking scenery and great local food, your holidays are set to be totally unforgettable! If you're looking for a seaside destination for your next camping holiday, and if you enjoy wild surroundings and the beauty of a protected area of nature, then look no further! The Finistère is the place for you!
Are you off on holiday with your friends or family? And is a bit of proper leisure time on your mind? Or maybe you're looking forward instead to really getting moving while you're here? It really doesn't matter which, as the Finistère has all kinds of activities on offer. With hundreds of options, the Finistère offers thrill seekers and boardsport enthusiasts the chance to surf or kitesurf over the waves, further north in the Celtic Sea, in the English Channel towards the middle, and even in the Atlantic Ocean itself, further south. Fancy the idea of something a bit more quirky? Then try your hand at some sand yachting, an activity that's popular on the beaches of the Brittany coast.
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Mobile home rental in the Finistère
Make the most of all our campsites with the very best features to ensure the whole family has a fantastic holiday! Treat yourself to a mobile home with its terrace and wonderful sea view. Or if you feel like getting right up close to nature, then go for a camping pitch instead.
Once you've found your preferred option, with the criteria and features that suit you, then you've really got the lot for seeing everything in the region around you, in the best possible way!
If you'd like to be able to see the coastline from the sea, we recommend booking a boat trip or sailing outing, as a way of enjoying a really nice little jaunt out to sea. But if you'd be happier staying on terra firma, there are a wide range of walks and hikes available as a means of taking in the scenery. Whether it's on foot, on horseback or by bike, come and see the amazing and extraordinary panoramas here!
And when it comes to food you're in for a real treat! With local specialities, typical regional dishes, local produce and more, there are myriad reasons to come and stay in the Finistère. On today's menu: a plate of seafood, just to get the taste buds going. Then how about one of the famous buckwheat pancakes to follow. And to round things off, you could ask for a slice of Brittany's unmissable dessert, called Kouign Amann. This is a delicious pastry containing an amazing amount of butter! And of course this delicious meal is accompanied by the region's famous fruity beverage that we call cider! (very dry, dry or medium dry, whichever you prefer). And to be consumed in moderation, of course!
After this tasty meal, how about finishing off your walk? Head for the Pointe du Raz, which is a masterpiece of nature. Wander off and discover the splendid panorama of the famous Raz de Sein, such a familiar place to sailors, along with Sein Island.
What can you do in the Finistère?
Touring around Brittany would not be nearly such an interesting proposition without including a stop off in the Finistère department, which gives the appearance of being on the edge of the world! With its fishing harbours, seaside resorts and wonderful villages, you're just bound to fall under its spell!
What are the sightseeing attractions in the Finistère?
- The Crozon Peninsula
- The Pointe du Raz
- The Pointe de la Torche
- The Glénan Islands
- Douarnenez Bay
- Kermorvan lighthouse
- Kergroadez Castle
What places can you visit in the Finistère when it's raining?
This department has a wide range of activities to enjoy with the family, even when the weather's not up to much:
- The Marinarium at Concarneau
- Saint-Corentin cathedral
- Keriolet Castle, in Concarneau
- Pont-Aven museum
- Henriot Pottery
- The national marine museum
Which villages are the most interesting ones to visit in the Finistère?
Brittany is home to some of the loveliest villages in France. In the Finistère, these exceptional villages are especially numerous:
- Le Faou
- Port Launay
Which are the loveliest towns to visit in the Finistère?
These are the towns you absolutely mustn't miss during your stay on the coasts of the Channel and the Atlantic Ocean:
Which are the loveliest beaches of the Finistère?
Take advantage of your camping stay in the Finistère beside the sea and enjoy a stroll along the various beaches here:
- Île Vierge beach
- Île Saint Nicolas beach
- Tahiti beach
- Les Sables Blancs beach
- Le Phare beach
- La Baie des Trépassés beach
- Les Blancs Sablons beach
- Sainte-Marguerite beach
- Kervel beach
What local events take place in the Finistère?
Party lovers among you won't be at a loss when you come and discover all the festivals here:
- The Cornouaille festival
- Les Filets Bleus festivall
- Douarnenez festival of cinemal
- The Fête des Bruyèresl
- The Festival du Bout du Mondel
- Les Vieilles Charrues festival