Authentic Brittany, with its coiffes Bigoudènes headdresses, fishermen, sailors, pancakes and dolmens are all to be found in Loctudy. Very close to Pont L'Abbé in southern Finistère, Loctudy is a small town with lots of character, where people know how to live well, at the tip of Finistère and looking out towards the islands of Glenan. Its lovely fine sand beaches, its yachting harbour and its paths mean Locturdy is a must-see for all those who love Brittany. History and heritage will feature strongly during your camping holiday here, with several 16th century manors and castles taking you back on a journey through time.
Loctudy is still first and foremost a maritime town, closely associated with the sea. Why not come for a stroll along the quaysides of the harbour before enjoying some fish dishes in a restaurant here? Langoustines, which are known here as Demoiselles de Loctudy, are the local speciality! And after you've eaten, you could go for a walk along the coast using one of the many footpaths that have been installed here. During your walk, you will also be able to enjoy seeing Loctudy's famous Phare à Echiquier lighthouse, together with its precursor, the Saint Oual signal station.
Your camping holiday in Loctudy will be an opportunity to discover all sorts of fun seaside activities, watersports and the surrounding countryside, on foot, by bike, by car or even by boat, with the Breton coastline opening up before your very eyes.
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