Port Manech

Around the campsite in South Finistère

The small Névez peninsula lies between Pont-Aven and Concarneau.

This pretty corner of south Finistère boasts astonishing “standing stone” houses, heavenly beaches, mouth-watering coves and harbours nestling at the end of rias. A complete change of scenery. Thatched granite or slate, blue shutters, hydrangeas – these are irresistible Breton hamlets. The Kerascoët and Kercanic areas have a special feature: some houses have lean-tos or standing stone fences, the famous mein zao.

To build walls and fences in the early 20th century, farmers and fishermen extracted large slabs from the fields, thus extending the agricultural area.

How to get to Port Manech from the campsite

To discover Port Manech, holidaymakers staying at the Kérantérec campsite in La Forêt Fouesnant can get there in less than 30 km.


Kérantérec Campsite

02 98 56 98 11

Covered terrace
Sea view
Semi-covered terrace