Tourist holidays in Brittany
At 200 m from the beach and the picturesque village of Port Manech in Névez, camping Saint-Nicolas is an ideal destination to spend an unforgettable holiday by the sea and make the most of the culture, the atmosphere and the Breton gastronomy. On the program of your holidays, walks in the medieval port and the walled town of Concarneau, a family visit of the underwater base of Lorient and the citadel of Port-Louis, flat oyster tastings of Bélon, and Sea trips to the Ponant Islands or the Gulf of Morbihan. In southern Finistère, discover an authentic Brittany, between houses with thatched roofs, small charming ports and megalithic sites. Prepare yourself for a stay facing the ocean, alternating swimming, water sports, lazing on the beaches, fishing at low tide, fishing at sea, and hiking on the cliffs! In terms of flavors, in each village and port of the coast awaits you an authentic creperie, an oyster farmer, fish ponds, direct sales of fish, famous biscuits, or producers of apples and cideries. Enjoy the many local markets to discover all the flavors of Brittany!
Between the Cité de la voile of Lorient, the architectural heritage of Quimper, the walled town of Concarneau, or the natural site of the Rocks of the Devil, remarkable sites abound around Nevez. During your holidays at Camping Saint-Nicolas, a few must-sees await you! Among them, the visit of the city of painters Pont-Aven is not to be missed. Less than 10 km from the campsite, you will discover about sixty art galleries and charming terraces where you can relax on the estuary’s quays. Flat oyster lovers will of course visit Riec-sur-Bélon and its small port between Bélon and Aven. Between fresh water and salt water, oysters develop their characteristic taste of hazelnut. Visit an oyster farmer or tasting the plate on the terrace, you will have the choice! Only a few kilometers from Port Manech, the picturesque villages of Kercanic and Kerascoët are also worth a trip. Character and charm, they have kept intact their granite houses with thatched roofs lined with hydrangeas. For a complete immersion in the Breton spirit! And to discover the marine culture of Cornwall and the underwater biodiversity of our coasts, go with family to Marinarium of Concarneau: aquariums, films, interactive exhibitions, workshops, animations for children and tactile basins wait for you there.