during your stay at Le Saint Nicolas campsite in Brittany and South Finistère…
Crédits photos : Le Gal Yannick, Bourcier Simon
This famous town, country of mills and home of painters, is located 12 km from the beaches, and delights everyone who goes there. Paul GAUGUIN found his way to Pont-Aven and stayed there several times between 1886 and 1894.
Concarneau, the blue town…
Concarneau is a big port and seaside resort and encloses a remarkable walled city, which is one of the jewels of Cornouaille. The city has retained its mediaeval charm.
Quimper, the capital of Cornouaille
Quimper proudly bears the title of ‘town of art and history’. It retains the charm of a town of legend where a superb cathedral stands.
Locronan, nestled against the side of a mountain set in the forests of Locronan, is a beautiful town of stone buildings with blue-grey granite houses.
La Pointe du Raz
La Pointe du Raz, is the true figurehead of the department and is internationally famous. It is undoubtedly one of the most well known capes in Brittany.
The Glénan Archipelago
The Glénan Archipelago is made up of a dozen islands with a Polynesian feel.
Non exhaustive list