Grassy, flat, laid out on terraces, separated by trees and shrubs, some with lovely views over the sea. They vary in size but are generally adequate for large outfits. The best views are at the top of the site, but the pitches are less protected from the wind.
10 amps - all pitches. Water & drainage - none.
Motorhome service point and walking distance of restaurant.
No pools, but direct access to safe swimming on beach, best at high tide.
Cycle hire. Children’s play area. Table tennis, table football under cover. Beach volley ball. Fishing. Sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and sand-surfing from beach with own equipment. Numerous rock pools for children to explore at low tide. Three coastal footpaths directly from site. Guided walks. New outdoor fitness area. Riding centre nearby. An orientation table at the top of the site gives the names of the islands and places you can view.
In June and the high season a variety of family activities are organised, including art classes for children and adults, Breton dance and Breton cooking classes, sports competitions, and Fest-noz - Breton traditional night with live music and dancing. Open concerts, where singers and musicians amongst the campers are welcome to play with the site owners.
Three unisex toilet blocks, well maintained and attractively tiled. No toilet seats, but toilet paper. Showers with hot and cold taps (small charge for token). Disabled facilities baby room. Washing machine and tumble dryer. Chemical waste point.
Small shop, take-away July/August only. Restaurant within walking distance. Barbecues allowed. Dogs accepted. Washing machine and tumble dryer. Visiting masseuse and hairdresser. Internet. Wi-Fi all over site - free.
Two bedroom cottage style mobile homes for 4/5 persons.
One and two bedroom appartments.
The site occupies a fabulous position on the Saint-Marguerite peninsula in Western Brittany overlooking a magnificent stretch of fine sandy beach, ideal for young children. The little offshore islands are accessible at low tide.
The area abounds in coastal walks and is a haven for amateur ornithologists. Generally a quiet site with excellent amenities. The pitches are laid out on attractively landscaped terraces and pots of lovely plants give a welcome splash of colour. Although there is no pool on site, it is still a personal favourite because of its unique situation and the warm friendly atmosphere created by the Le Cuff family.
From Lannilis. Go through the town of Lannilis and follow signs to Landéda and L’Aber Wrac’h. Drive through the centre of Landéda and turn left when you reach the coast after approximately 3km. Here follow the green camping signs which will bring you to the campsite.