Camping les Mouettes at Carantec, northern Brittany
Camping les Mouettes is a medium sized campsite near to Carantec in northern Brittany with a 5* rating. That in itself shows that the parc is kept to a high standard. Not only that but travelling from the nearest ferry at Roscoff is a mere 10 or 12 Kms, and as les Mouettes is a dog friendly parc your doggie will be welcome.
Les Mouettes has has the ultimate in waterslides, and we wonder - are you brave enough to tackle the ultimate water slide? If so then head to Les Mouettes - a parc where endless watery escapades are in store.
You’ll find an indoor pool, as well as lots of activities for kids, plus an extended bar and stage area for evening entertainment. But there are lots of ways to unwind too: the lazy river is an indulgent, heated retreat and the peaceful beaches, palm trees and bar offer plenty of relaxation spots. You could even indulge in a facial or manicure on parc too! When it’s time to head out and about, you could try fishing in one of the nearby coves, or visit the golf course at Carantec.
Facilities at Camping les Mouettes on site and nearby
Near a Beach - 1.5km, Near a Town - 1.5 Km, Waterslides, Cycle Hire, Canoeing - 1.5km, Tennis, Covered Pools, Spa, Walking, Windsurfing - 1.5km, Football, Table Tennis, Golf Course - 1.5km, Basketball, Near a River - 10km, Horse Riding, Dog Friendly, Mini Golf, Sailing - 1.5km, Scuba Diving - 1.5km, Surfing - 15.5km, Volleyball,
Extras with Eurocamp
Eurocamp Couriers on site
Gas and Charcoal BBQs provided free of charge
Round and about camping les Mouettes
Morlaix - 15 Kms - Exploring Morlaix, a medieval town, typically includes a few steep climbs to gain panoramic views, glimpses of gardens filled with lilac and wisteria, ancient chapels and even a miraculous fountain or two. The town centre has several ancient timbered houses of a style unique to Morlaix & embellished with carvings .....
Saint-Pol-de-Leon - All the principal highlights in Saint-Pol-de-Léon are close together near the square that includes the cathedral. The two most important monuments in the town are both religious: the Cathedral Saint-Paul-Aurelien and the Chapel of Notre-Dame du Kreisker. The centre of Saint-Pol-de-Léon is quite small and doesn't take long to explore but a visit is recommended when you are in the region.
Plouezoc'h - Your first port of call when you visit should be the tourist office of Plouezoc'h for details of a guided walk around the town, to ensure you see all the highlights, and also for details of other marked walks in the vicinity. Other local walks along the coast here include nice views of the small islands just along the coast here - L'Ile Sterec and L'Ile Noire among them.
Last update: 27.02.2018
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