At the Breton campsite De la Grève Blanche, you have a fantastic view over the Atlantic Ocean from your pitch. The campsite is located in the Finistère region. This literally means 'end of the world'. This is where France stops and the Atlantic Ocean starts. It is a region of rugged, rocky coastlines punctuated with sandy beaches. This makes this campsite perfect for beach and water sports enthusiasts.
Camping with a view
Check-in at the charming reception building, where a bar and a small restaurant are also housed. You are welcomed by the campsite owner here. After this, you can set up your own camping equipment on one of the two well-tended fields. Due to the low vegetation, the campsites have fairly little privacy, but that is generously compensated by the magnificent view from each pitch. Apart from pitches, there are also mobile homes, cabins and lodges for hire. The most beautiful and popular campsites are directly by the sea, right against the front of the dunes.
Beach and watersports
The location and nature play the starring role at this campsite. All the basic facilities are present and in working order. There is no swimming pool, but you won't even need one with the beach and the sea right around the corner! There is a watersports centre (Club Nautique) a 10-minute walk away, where you can hire sailboats, kayaks and paddle boards, as well as book lessons and activities.
During peak season, you can participate in activities like themed evenings and folk dance lessons. Or play a round of volleyball, table tennis or petanque together. For the little ones, there is a playground, and the rocky coast makes a huge, natural playground for climbers great and small!