Pouldreuzic & Penhors plage
Around the campsite in South Finistère
With a population of just over 2,000, Pouldreuzic is one of Brittany’s most picturesque towns, less than 30 minutes from Quimper. Its Penhors surf spot, more confidential than the legendary La Torche spot a few kilometers away, is ideal for learning to surf and bodyboard thanks to its gentler waves. Penhors is one of only 10 beaches in Finistère to be awarded the Blue Flag. On the cultural side, Pouldreuzic was the birthplace of Per Jakèz Hélias, a man of letters and radio broadcaster, and a museum is dedicated to him. Last but not least, food lovers will know Pouldreuzic for its little blue box, Pâté Hénaff. This is where the famous canned food that travels the world is born and still made!
How to get to Pouldreuzic from the Kérantérec campsite
It takes less than 45 minutes to reach Pouldreuzic from the Kérantérec campsite in La Forêt Fouesnant.