L’Atlantique

L’Atlantique campsite lies in the southwest of the Finistere region of Brittany. The campsite is located on the edge of a beautiful nature reserve and is great place for those looking for a relaxed location with a lively campsite.

L'Atlantique Campsite

L’Atlantique is just perfect for families of all ages. The two best features are firstly the excellent pool complex and secondly it’s direct access to the nearby sandy beach through the nature reserve.

Why we recommend booking L’Atlantique:

  • Direct access to a wonderful beach.
  • Excellent indoor play area.
  • Full range of children’s clubs.
  • Good pool complex with slides.
  • Lots of fun activities for all the family.

The pool complex at L’Atlantique is especially popular with guests. Not only does it boast 4 impressive swimming pools but also a range of water slides and chutes. Furthermore it also has a sauna, spa jacuzzi and even a solarium.

To compliment the campsites excellent range of activities, L’Atlantique also provides a great variety of facilities. These include a selection of places to eat on the nights you are too tired to cook, a bar where you can relax and a selection of evening entertainment in high season consisting of magic shows, discos and much much more!

Distance to the campsite:

  • Zeebrugge: 859km
  • Caen Ouistreham: 388km
  • Calais: 726km
  • Dieppe: 549km
  • Le Havre: 481km
  • Oostende: 798km
  • St Malo: 243km
  • Roscoff: 145km
  • Santander: 978km
  • Bilbao: 881km

Things to see near L’Atlantique

Whilst staying at L’Atlantique campsite why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.

Parc Animalier du Quinquis

Parc Animalier du Quinquis is a pleasant animal park which was founded in 1989. It lies 52km to the east of L’Atlantique campsite. Set in 10 hectares of grounds many of the animals are free to walk the park and mingle with visitors. There are over 130 different species at the park. These include deer, wallabies, lemurs, birds, rabbits, donkeys and a variety of other farm animals. The petting area is perfect for younger visitors to get up close to the smaller animals. Finally there’s even a picnic area and cafe to enjoy a spot of lunch.

Qumiper

Quimper lies a mere 20km to the north of L’Atlantique campsite and is the largest city in the area. Originally founded in Roman times Quimper lies at the junction of three beautiful rivers. The city is full of Breton history which is reflected in some of the traditional Breton buildings and houses, some of which date back hundreds of years. For those interested in a French culture, look no further than the vast number of shops, cafes and restaurants that are located here. Shop til your hearts content of sit back and watch the world go by whilst sampling some of the regions delightful food and drink!

Benodet

Benodet is a place that must be visited at some point whilst camping at L’Atlantique. A short 8km trip along the coast to the west will lead you to this wonderful seaside resort. There are plenty of sandy beaches which are perfect for families of all ages and there are also a great variety of water sports on offer for the more adventurous. The pyramid lighthouse is well worth a visit and on a sunny day a cruise along the river Odet is a must.

Manoir de Kerazan

Find out a little more about Breton art with a trip to the Manoir de Kerazan. Built in the late 16th century, the Manoir de Kerazan lies 23km to the west of L’Atlantique near to Loctudy. The Manoir was once home to Joseph George Astor and remains vastly unchanged from this time with the interior and buildings standing still in time. Astor was an avid collector of paintings especially those created by Breton masters and as such those interested in local art should make Manoir de Kerazan one to visit!

Concarneau

A must visit for anyone camping at L’Atlantique is the port of Concarneau. This popular tourist destination can be found 16km to the east of the campsite and is one of the most photographed ports in France. Made up of two distinct parts, Carcarneau has a modern area featuring a variety of shops and building and then the “Ville Close” which is the walled medieval area which dates back to the 14th century. The port is most famous for the wonderful medieval buildings and walls along with the fact it is one of France’s most important fishing ports. Thousands of fish are landed at Concarneau each year and you can find out more about the ports fishing history by visiting it’s museum which can be found in the “Ville Close”.

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