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Glorious sandy beaches, watersports and a fascinating heritage to explore... There is so much to see and do in Brittany. Fan of the great outdoors? Head off on the most famous of Brittany's footpaths, the GR 34. Walking through the heart of the region's unspoilt nature will enchant the whole family: fine sand beaches, rocky creeks, pink granite coastline...
Take a trip to the Glénan Islands, a paradise for sailing and diving set within an outstanding nature and bird reserve.

Discover the Pointe du Raz, officially listed as a "Grand Site de France"! This unspoilt spot with its rugged cliffs overlooking the wild Atlantic has inspired some of France's greatest writers, including Victor Hugo and Gustave Flaubert. And don't forget the Eckmühl lighthouse and its 307 steps...So many amazing landscapes so close at hand.

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Côte de Granit Rose
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Iles Glenan
Glénan Islands
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Eckmühl Lighthouse
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Pointe du Raz
Pointe du raz
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Camping Lesconil
Lesconil
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Camping Concarneau
Concarneau
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Camping Le Guilvinec
Le Guilvinec
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Locronan
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Camping Loctudy
Loctudy
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Penmarch
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Pont-Aven
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Camping Quimper
Quimper

Our Lesconil campsite is the ideal setting for a truly intense holiday

In the heart of the Pays Bigouden, make the most of your holiday in Lesconil. Enjoy the simple pleasures of walking the local footpaths and immerse yourself in Breton culture as you discover its exceptional heritage. Dolmens, menhirs, the Croix des Amoureux and the Manoir de Kerlut, this enchanting town has so much to offer.
A few kilometres away, discover Loctudy, a town with authentic character at the tip of the Finistère, facing the Glénan Islands. This archetypal seaside town offers all the pleasures of the water: fine sand beaches on the Atlantic coast, watersports, a marina and some amazing local seafood. Like Loctudy, Le Guilvinec is another small town marked by the sea. And you certainly shouldn’t leave without visiting Quimper, capital of the Finistère and a must-visit. What are you waiting for to find out more?

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