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Le Croisic

Discover our small town of character with its typical little streets, its port, its remarkable architectural heritage and its wild coast.

A city full of charm, with multiple changing landscapes during the day. Many activities for all wishes. Ideal for a nice holiday.


  • The Long Stone Menhir (Pierre Longue) and the Bear Rock (Rocher de l’Ours), located on the Wild Coast.
  • The Church of Notre Dame de Pitié – 16th century building.
  • The Manoir de Kervaudu – Built at the end of the 15th century.
  • The Kurhun, the 1st sailboat to complete a solo round-the-world trip.


  • Hiking trails are accessible directly from the campsite. Discover beautiful landscapes walking along the Wild Coast and breathe the salty sea air…
  • The wooded and shady park of Penn Avel, extended over 9 hectares.
  • The Mont-Esprit, remarkable view of the Peninsula and the Traict.
  • The Mont-Lénigo, view of Penbron and the entrance to the port. The walk continues along the Tréhic pier.
  • The port located in the heart of the city and the Former Fish Market (ancienne Criée).


  • The Pelamer Equestrian Center – Located 500m from the campsite, Pelamer offers rides for all levels.
  • The Océarium – Large aquarium located 1.3 km from the campsite. It offers many shows: penguin meals, presentation of sharks, diver in the tunnel.
  • Seadside kayak – Initiations, excursions and rental of sea kayaks and stand up paddle at St Goustan beach.
  • The Jardins de la Mer Near the Océarium, visit of a sea farm offering workshops for harvesting and cooking edible seaweed.
  • The Navix Company Departing from the port of Le Croisic in July and August, the Company invites you to navigate and discover the island of your choice: Belle Ile en Mer, Houat or Hoëdic Island.
  • Golfing Located at the tip of Le Croisic, 2km from the campsite, the golf course offers a 9-hole course, driving range and golf lessons.
  • The Hublot Cinema – In the city center (Place Dinan), the cinema offers programming for all audiences all year round.
  • The Sea Rescue Home (La Maison du Sauvetage)On the port, close to former fish market, exhibition of old items collected from Breton rescuers. Free entry, all types of public.


  • Saint Goustan.
  • The Sables Menus.
  • Port-Lin.
  • The Great Valentin Beach located between le Croisic and Batz-sur-Mer.




Medieval city surrounded by its ramparts and famous for its salt marshes.

La Baule

The bay of La Baule stretches over 9km of fine sand. It is classified as “the most beautiful fine sand beach in Europe”. For thrill seekers (Flyboard, towed buoy, jet ski, water skiing and wakeboarding), it is possible to practice many water activities.

The Natural Park of La Brière at St Lyphard

The traditional village of Kerhinet and its unmissable farmers’ market every Thursday during summer. For nature lovers, opt for a barge or carriage ride in the heart of the Parc of la Brière.

Saint Nazaire

The port of St Nazaire invites you to visit the submarine L’Espadon, the Shipyards and the Airbus factory.

Walk along the coastal path of Saint Marc and see the famous Monsieur Hulot beach.

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