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Holiday in Douarnenez

A fishing port and an important marina in the Finistère , DOUARNENEZ is nestled inside a curved bay and has seduced many artists with its picturesque and colorful facades.
Port-Rhu – where historic boats are conserved – and the Port Museum illustrates the town’s maritime lifestyle. The Port Museum is dedicated to the boats and people of Brittany and elsewhere, and has one of the top collections in the nation that invites you to travel through maritime cultures all around the world.

aerial view Douarnenez near camping south Brittany
Dames beach Douarnenez Campsite
Panoramic view of an island in Douarnenez near Kerleyou Campsite
sardine image Kerleyou Campsite
DZ alley Douarnenez Campsite

Ile Tristan – accessible by foot at low tide or by boat with a guided tour with the visitor center – houses an exotic garden with 358 different species of flowers and protected animal species. A natural classified and protected site, it is owned by the Conservatoire du Littoral.
From Douarnenez, you can follow the GR34 coastal trail to the Pointe du Van and Pointe du Raz, for 50 kilometers. It takes about twelve hours walking at a good pace.
YOU CAN ACCESS THE COASTAL TRAIL FROM THE CAMPSITE. The PLOMARC’H trail is a natural protected site that covers 16 hectares. There you can see the remains of an ancient building from Gallo-Romain times.

The Plomarc'h near South Brittany Campsite
Sables Blancs beach Douarnenez Campsite
Kouign-amann at Douarnenez Campsite

Island Tristan – accessible by foot at low tide or by boat on a guided tour with the tourist office – is home to an exotic garden of 358 different floral species and protected animal species. A classified and protected natural site, it is the property of the Conservatoire du Littoral.

From Douarnenez, you can follow the GR34 coastal path to the tip of the Van and the tip of the Raz, along 50 kilometers. It takes about a dozen hours for good walkers to walk it.

You can reach the coastal path from the campsite. The PLOMARC’H path is a natural and protected site of 16 hectares. You can discover the remains of an old building from the Gallo-Roman period.

campsite near tristan island

The PLOMARC’H trail is a natural and protected site of 16 hectares. You can discover the remains of an old building from the Gallo-Roman period.

A stone’s throw from the city, between the sea and the countryside, the PLOMARC’H natural site is an essential place for a family walk.

The sardine path invites you to a 2-hour walk to discover DOUARNENEZ and its history, which will take you from the port of Rosmeur, its alleys and colourful facades to the RHU port and the waterfront.

campsite near Douarnenez bay
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