Useful information


Our reception team is at your service during your stay. Open non-stop every day in the high season: 9.00am to 7.00pm. Low season: open 9.00am to midday and 1.30pm to 6.30pm.


The Piz’zen is open from 1st July to 10th September from 11.30am to 2.30pm and from 6.30pm to 10.00pm.


Free and paid activities (only for adults with some exceptions) throughout the summer.

There are children’s activities from 1st July to 31st August, for children aged 5 to 12 years, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10.00am to 12.30pm and from 4.30pm to 7.00pm. FREE ACTIVITIES

Activities for teenagers and adults are available from 1st July to 31st August from and 10.00am to midday and from 2.30pm/3.00pm to 6.00pm followed by evening entertainment for the whole family!

The campsite grocery and bar are open from 8.00am to 1.00pm and 4.00pm to 8.00pm for the grocery, and 1.00am for the bar. Open from 29th May to 4th September


Our swimming pool complex is open from 9.00am to 8.00pm from 2nd April to 17th September. Our swimming pools are not supervised by qualified staff. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

To avoid hygiene risks, swimming shorts and other clothing, and pushchairs are forbidden. Only swimming trunks are permitted (see regulations)! Guests must use the foot bath before entering the swimming pool area, and have a shower before swimming.


How far is the beach?

The closest beach is Kerleven, Forêt-Fouesnant’s main beach. It is 800 metres from the campsite,

on foot along the coastline path, or take the pavement along the road that leaves from the campsite.

A 1km long beach with fine sand. Well protected from wind, it is ideal for swimming and relaxing, and is patrolled in summer.

Easily accessible beaches for the whole family: as well as Kerleven beach, there is the Trez beach at Bénodet, a beautiful long beach in the centre of the seaside resort. Ideal for the whole family, the beach is patrolled in summer and has a magnificent view of the Combrit Saint-Marine point and the open sea. There is also Cap Coz beach, a beautiful south-facing beach with fine sand at the end of the bay. Patrolled in summer. And finally the Maner Coat Clevarec beach (also known as Renouveau) in Fouesnant, is also ideal for a family day by the sea.

Beaches with a more intimate atmosphere: for those who prefer more privacy, try Kerler beach, a long beach with fine sand on a gentle slope, in Mousterlin. Car park nearby. Toilets. Part of this beach is used by nudists. Patrolled beach and first-aid post: from 1st July to 31st August (1.00pm to 7.00pm).

Sporty beaches: situated off the coast of Fouesnant, on the Glénan archipelago, is the heavenly Saint-Nicolas beach with fine white sand, clear turquoise water, and full sun… The sailing club proposes a range of water sports. The beach is patrolled in July and August by the Finistère fire and emergency service (SDIS) (10.00am to 6.00pm).

The Finistère is the département with the most coastline in France, with 1,200 km of magnificent coast. There are many beaches to visit, with white or golden fine sand, small inlets, or long stretches of pebbles softened by the waves!

How far is the closest town? Within 5km? Within 15km?

The village of Forêt- Fouesnant is 2.5 km away. Visit the Notre-Dame-d’Izel-Vor church, built at the beginning of the 16th century, and leave with your mind of history.

The south-facing Kerleven beach is just 800 metres away, with shellfish gathering, many walking trails along the coastline, and Port-La-Forêt, boat hire, a sailing school, and dive centre, etc.

Stop and visit Concarneau, only 5 kms away, with a fortified city, the Festival of Blue Nets…

And don’t miss Quimper, 15 kms away, with the cathedral, a pedestrian zone. And don’t forget to taste the local gastronomy…

Where are the markets?

The Forêt-Fouesnant market: Sunday morning. Port-la-Forêt market: Tuesday from 6.00pm (evening market in July and August). Fouesnant market: Friday morning. Concarneau market: Monday morning, or Friday morning when there are more stalls. In July and August, the small town of Beg Meil, next to Fouesnant, also has a market on Wednesday mornings.

The reception team can provide more details and information about other places.

Please describe the equipment in the holiday rentals.

In the mobile home: kitchen with fridge, microwave oven, coffee machine, gas stove.

Dishes including: dessert and soup bowls, glasses and wine glasses, cutting board, salad bowls, cooking pot, etc.…

All our holiday rentals have duvets, pillows, disposable pillow cases and mattress covers. Blankets are also provided.

There is a broom, scrubbing brush, mop, and bucket for cleaning during your stay. Cleaning products are provided by guests.

Baby kits and televisions are also available on reservation.

What are the maximum dimensions possible for caravans and camper vans?

Maximum 10 metres. If you caravan is more than 7 metres long, please contact the booking service to reserve a specific access route. Double axle caravans are accepted.

Are water and electricity included?

Yes. Don’t forget you need a European plug to connect to the electricity supply.

It is possible to drain waste water on the pitch?

Yes. Chemical toilets can be emptied in the sanitary facilities.

Are long stays possible?

Long stays are possible on camping and caravan pitches. We propose special prices for long stays.

How can I book? And what are the payment conditions?

On-line: click on “Booking”. By telephone: By post: just print the booking request on our website in the section “Download documents”, complete it and send it by post or by email to

Complete booking requests are handled in order of arrival.

For mobile homes, a deposit of 25% is payable. It is often sent with the booking request. A €30 booking fee is due. To guarantee the condition of our equipment, a €300 security deposit is payable on arrival. The security deposit will be returned at the end of your stay. In the event that you leave when the reception is closed, we will return the security deposit to your postal address after inspection of the rental accommodation and inventory of the equipment. Rental periods: Saturday 3.00pm to Saturday 10.00am during the high season. Arrival and departures are flexible during the low season. We propose a €50 cleaning service at the end of your stay. In the event that you choose to clean yourself, the same amount will be deducted if the cleaning does not meet our standards.

A €30 booking fee and €100 deposit are payable for pitches. 50% of the balance is due on arrival, the balance is payable during your stay or on departure. Pitches have a maximum surface area for one car, a caravan, and a small tent.

What means of payment are accepted?

Credit cards, cheques, holiday vouches, cash and bank transfer.

Can I change my booking?

Under certain circumstances, yes. Contact us by email or by telephone: Our booking service will take care of your personal situation.

Cancellations made over 60 days before the date of arrival: the total deposit will be refunded. Cancellations made between 60 and 30 days of your arrival: 50% of the total deposit will be refunded.

Is it possible to arrive when the reception is closed?

Yes. If you have not arrived when reception closes, there will be an envelope bearing your name, explaining all the conditions and the location of your holiday rental or pitch.

Just contact us before 7.00pm to warn us you will be late, and we will leave the keys for you.

Is it possible to leave when the reception is closed?

Yes, in this case, when you have finished cleaning, just put the keys in our letter box when you leave. Please warn reception of this situation the day before you leave.

Note that departures for personal reasons prior to the end of the period booked will not be subject to a refund.

In the event of changes to arrival and departure dates in July and August, only written documents received at least one week prior to the arrival date will be taken into account. Otherwise, payment is due for the dates originally booked. We keep a booked pitch or rental accommodation for 24 hours from the planned arrival date. If we receive no information within this period, we recover the pitch or rental accommodation for another booking. The management reserves the right to evict any guest who does not respect campsite regulations.

Can I receive visitors?

Guests can have visitors time to time, but they cannot sleep in the campsite. In the event that visitors sleep in the campsite, they must introduce themselves at reception and pay. Visitors are the responsibility of campsite guests who invited them. Visitors must not park their cars on the camping ground or on private roads. Visitors must comply with campsite regulations.