Loctudy & Le Guilvinec
Around the campsite in South Finistère
Looking for some great walks in South Finistère during your stay at the La Forêt Fouesnant campsite near Concarneau? Discover Loctudy and Le Guilvinec.
Walking in Loctudy
Loctudy is the “Family” asset of the Pays Bigouden. A coastline between sea and river, a rich heritage and a wide range of water sports make Loctudy a commune to come back to time and again. Visiting Loctudy means strolling, surveying, hiking, sailing, cruising, sailing, staying, observing, admiring, tasting and savoring all the facets of this commune. The fishing and yachting harbors offer a view ofÎle-Tudy, the Perdrix turret and the entrance to the Pont-l’Abbé River.
Visit Le Guilvinec
Le Guilvinec is a small port town in southern Finistère. It’s impossible not to witness the return of the fishermen and the unloading of fish, langoustines and other crabs caught offshore.
Around this marine universe, Le Guilvinec has developed tourist activities, such as sea outings, discovering the fishing and Haliotika, an 800-square-metre fishing village where you can embark on the fascinating world of sea fishing!
In summer, the family beaches welcome you, as do the customs path or GR 34, the Moulin Mer valley and the Men Meur headland, for quiet strolls.
From June to September, the L’Homme et la Mer photo festival takes over the whole city.
Le Guilvinec also boastsone of the region’s largest markets, a must for discovering fresh local produce.
Getting to Loctudy & Le Guilvinec
Whether you want to spend a day in Loctudy or Le Guilvinec, both towns in South Finistère are less than a day’s drive from our campsite in La Forêt Fouesnant. It will take you less than 50 km to get to Loctudy and less than km to get to Le Guilvinec.