You will enjoy the unchanged landscape and the beach at Saint Nicolas.
- Plage de Saint Nicolas beach with its painted cabins, is just 200m from the campsite. Right opposite, a few metres away is Le Roc’h which delights both young and old at low tide because it’s home to winkles, limpets, velvet swimming crabs and brown crabs. If you’ve forgotten your bucket and spade, you can pop back to the campsite which is just a stone’s throw away…
…Other beaches for seaside holidays in Brittany
- Plage de Rospico nestles at the end of a shady and sunny cove of the same name. The little beach is accessible on foot via the GR 34 footpath from the campsite. The Café de La Plage at Rospico offers bar service all day long with both hot and cold drinks, delicious snacks and light meals – an ideal place to take a break when exploring the beaches of South Finistère.
- Further along the GR is Plage de Raguénes, known as Tahiti by the locals, which has an island that’s accessible at low tide, then Plage de Dourveil, de Kersidan and finally to La Pointe de Trévignon, a picturesque fishing port and marina where there stands an old fort. The place is ideal for watching sunsets.