Majority of pitches are about 100m², flat and divided by low hedges. They vary in size and shape with several long thin ones, more suitable for motorhomes. The pitches overlooking the beach tend to be smaller.
6 amps. No pitches with water & drainage
There is a motorhome service point. The site is walking distance from the village of Landrellec and its bar/crêperie and supermarket.
None. There is a large public pool in Lannion.
Cycle hire, kayak hire. Scuba Diving, water skiing, sea kayaking, fishing. Children's play area, trampoline, bouncy castle, mini football pitch, table tennis, boules pitch. Launching jetty for boats. Hiking routes directly from site.
15th July - 15th August Daytime: Children's club, boules competitions. Evenings: Breton dancing, karaoke, barbecue meals etc.
From beginning of April to 15th Sep organised meals such as moules-frites, seafood platters, pancakes.
An old but well maintained mixed toilet block with melamine doors and walls and rather narrow cubicles. Toilets with toilet paper from general dispenser. Push button showers with hook, shelf and rail. Showers are closed from 10:30 pm to 6 am. Individual wash cubicles with hot and cold water. Sink for washing wet suits. Outside showers for washing off sand and washing the dog. Waste disposal point. Baby room. Washing machine, tumble dryer.
Small shop with bread. Pretty bar/restaurant and take-away open all day every day from beginning April to end of Sept. Barbecues allowed (not electric). Dogs accepted. Free Wi-Fi in reception.
Accommodation is quite cramped but well away from touring pitches. 27 Mobilehomes with two bedrooms for up to 4 or 5 persons and three bedrooms for up to 6 persons. 6 two bedroom chalets for 4 or 5 persons. 5 standard tents and 2 "grand confort" tents for up to 5 persons. One mobilehome is equipped for wheelchair access.
Situated on the Pink Granite coast between Trebeurden and Perros Guirec opposite "Les Sept Iles" nature reserve, this small quiet site offers magnificent views over the rocky beach out to sea.
The natural, cultural and architectural treasures of this wild Breton region are a great attraction. Watersports such as sailing, windsurfing, ocean canoeing and scuba diving are available to all visitors along with horseriding and hiking. The GR34 coastal walk passes in front of the site.
From Lannion take the D65 towards Trébeurden. After 1km fork right onto the D21 to Pleumeur Bodou. Continue along the D21 foer 7.5km until youreach the coast at Penvern. Turn right here towards Trégastel and turn left to Landrellec after 2.5km. The site is well-signposted from here.