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Camping Chateau de Galinee, St Cast le Guildo, northern Brittany

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Camping Chateau de Galinee is situated near to the beach and is open from late May until early September. This is a 4* camping site.
Please see our page about St Cast

This is one of those perfect picture postcard Chateaux which we dream about and this one boasts a
wonderful water park with slides and paddling area plus an indoor aquatic area for a spot of luxurious pampering.

If you have time then the coastal paths around St Cast are well worth exploring. St Cast is a popular holiday centre in its own right with a famous sandy beach and of course nearby is St Malo's historic walled city with some fine restaurants and creperies.

Dinan, another historic city some little distance to the south is also well worth visiting as is the Mont St Michel, the most visited place in all France.

Chateau de Galinee pool complexSwimming facilities on Camping Chateau de Galinee

Heated water park with water slides(+8 years) and a magic river, Swimming pool details and facilities,
Heated Indoor Pool, Heated Outdoor Pool, Paddling Pool, Sauna, Water Slide

On site sports facilities

Badminton, Fishing, Football, Multi Sports Pitch, Tennis - local charge applies

Activities and Entertainment on site

Pond, Evening entertainment (weekly mid July-end August), Parc animation team (mid July-end August), Mini Farm, Chateau de Galinee, Supermarket, Internet/wifi access* at the bar,
Asterisks indicate a local charge

Food and drink

Bar, Charcoal Barbeque included with all Al Fresco Mobile Homes, Minimarket, Restaurant, Take-away,
Shops, Mini-Market

Additional facilities and services

Wi-Fi - local charge applies

Kids and Teens  Children's Clubs and Facilities

Parc run children's club (18/7-15/8), Play area, Games room*, Pool table (July-August), Mini-golf*,
Asterisks indicate a local

Chateau de Galinee internet accessPlaces to see during your holiday at Camping Château de Galinée ★★★★★

St-Cast-le-Guildo, 3 miles - a famous Breton seaside resort offering sandy beaches with secret coves and breathtaking views, alongside a selection of pavement cafés and bars.

Dinard, 15 miles - Dinard was discovered in the 1850s after an American millionaire called Coppinger built a mansion here and inspired a rush of villas being built. With its three beautiful beaches it was a popular destination for the Victorian aristocracy and is often given the name of “Queen of the Emerald Coast”.

St Malo
, 20 miles - St Malo is one of the greatest tourist destinations in Brittany. It was once a fortified island that had almost been entirely destroyed during the Second World War but has been carefully restored and is now a major ferry port and resort.

Cancale, 24 miles - If you enjoy oysters then Cancale is the place to eat them. Even as far back as Roman times, Cancale was famous for its oysters, up until the 1850s they were simply collected wild from the Baie du St Michel. Their strong flavour is supposedly due to the strong tides of the area.

Mont St Michel
, 46 miles - At Mont St Michel you will find an island rich in history and beauty. According to ancient legend Mont St Michel was one of the sea tombs where souls of the dead were sent. It’s now known for its unusual tides - at low tide you can see bare sand for miles then just six hours later at high tide it will be surrounded by the sea.

Alligator Bay, 46 miles - The park is very popular with tourists as it is home to 100 different species of reptiles. There are animals outdoors and indoors including a space for the alligators, an inside home for snakes and lizards which is called ‘Labrynth of dragons’ and outside there is the ‘Turtle farm’ home to giant tortoises.

, 50 miles - The capital of Brittany, Rennes is home to many music festivals and art shows and is now classified as a city of arts and history.




Last update: 15.01.2018