Campsites near Roscoff, Brittany, France
Campsite distance from Roscoff - 5.6 miles (9km)
A friendly site, part of the Yelloh! Village chain, with a fabulous pool complex and a spectacular setting next to a lovely bay. 1.5km from the old port of Carantec and Plage du Kelenn, Les Mouettes is situated near one of the most beautiful bays on the Breton coast. The site is very well-kept with many pleasant, grassy pitches, some surrounded by trees and flowers. The main attraction is the impressive swimming pool complex overlooked by the bar terrace, where the children will enjoy floating along the lazy river surrounding the huge waterchutes (rings available from shop). They can also try their hand at the unusual 18-hole crazy-golf course, not forgetting the beach is just 1.5km away. Morlaix is worth visiting with its pretty setting along a river estuary and its old, cobbled shopping streets. St Pol de Léon is a busy market town with medieval cathedral, eight miles away. Roscoff remains a picturesque old port, and offers excellent shopping and beaches. From here you can take a boat trip to the island of Batz.
La Baie du Kernic
Campsite distance from Roscoff - 11.2 miles (18km)
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Campsite distance from Roscoff - 24.2 miles (39km)
A beautifully landscaped site with a lovely waterpark and wonderful setting on the Pink Granite coast. This family-run Yelloh! Village site is only 2.5km from the beach and Perros Guirec. With a lively atmosphere in high season, it is set within a nature conservation area, with breathtaking views over the Sept-Îles islands. The tropical waterpark makes good use of the local pink granite and the old Breton stone farm buildings house an attractive bar, restaurant and cellar disco. The new play area will be popular with young children. Local traffic noise can occasionally be heard from some parts of the site. Newly added in 2008, the site now features a spa with sauna, steam room and beauty treatments. There is an excellent choice of beaches in the area ranging from rocky inlets to broad sandy coves. Take a walk along the coast on the old smugglers paths running for miles along the Pink Granite coastline. The small town of Ploumanac’h is also within walking distance and holds a busy weekly market.