Campsite Reception Hours
Reception is available to assist you throughout your stay.
Reception is open every day:
In low season: 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. and 2:00-6:00 P.M. (April, May, June, September).
In high season: 9:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. and 1:30-7:00 P.M. (July and August).
The campsite convenience store and bar are open from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M., then 4:00-8:00 P.M. for the convenience store and until 1:00 A.M. for the bar. These services are available from July 1 to August 27, 2023.
We have both free and paid activities (only for adults unless otherwise indicated) all summer long.
Kids activities are available from July 3 to August 25 for ages 5-12 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. and 3:00 – 6:00 P.M. Free Activities
Activities for teens and adults are available from July 3 to August 25 from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. and 2:30 or 3:00-6:00 P.M., followed by an evening activity for the whole family!
The Pool Area
Our pool area is open from 9:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. from April 8 to September 24. We remind you that our pools are not monitored by a lifeguard, so young children must be accompanied by an adult. For hygiene reasons, swim shorts and other clothing is strictly prohibited, as well as strollers. Only swimsuits are allowed (see campsite rules)! Anyone entering the pool area must walk through the foot bath and take a shower before each swim.
You can eat at the Piz’zen from July 1 to August 26, 6:00-10:00 P.M. Lunch service on Saturdays and Sundays,
Pets are allowed!
Are you traveling with your pet? Pets that are leashed and vaccinated are welcome at Kérantérec Campsite! They can also enjoy the preserved nature and cove!
We have a pet shower and clean-up bags available for free at the campsite!
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
The closest beach to the campsite is 800 meters away. You can walk there along the coastal path or the road, following the sidewalk from the campsite. It’s Kerleven beach, the main beach in La Forêt-Fouesnant! This sand beach, over 1 kilometer long, is mostly protected from the wind. It’s a great place to swim and relax and is monitored by a lifeguard in the summer. Family-friendly and handicap-accessible beaches: Kerleven beach, as well as Trez beach in Bénodet, a beautiful, long beach in the center of the resort town. This beach is perfect for families, monitored in the summer, and has a gorgeous view of the Combrit Sainte-Marine point and the open sea. Cap Coz beach is also a beautiful sand beach located at the end of the bay, facing due south, and monitored in the summer. The Maner Coat Clevarec beach (known as Renouveau) in Fouesnant is also a great place to spend beach days with the family! More intimate beaches: If you prefer more intimate beaches, try Kerler beach, a long, gently sloping sand beach in Mousterlin. Parking nearby, toilets. A part of this beach is known for naturism. Monitored beach with first aid stand: from 7/1 to 8/31 (1:00-7:00 P.M.). Beaches for sports: Located off the coast of Fouesnant in the Glénan islands, Saint-Nicolas beach is a little slice of paradise: the blond sand, warm, turquoise water, direct sunlight… The sailing school offers many water sports. Beach monitored in July and August by the SDIS of Finistère (10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.). Our gorgeous department’s 1200 kilometers of coastline (the most in France) include many beaches to visit. Wide white or golden sand beaches alternate with small coves or vast stretches of pebbles polished by the waves!
The village of La Forêt-Fouesnant is 2.5 km away. Come explore the Notre-Dame-d’Izel-Vor church, built at the beginning of the 16th century, and learn all about the village’s history. Kerleven beach is only 800 meters away (faces south), where you can gather shellfish or follow the many walking paths along the coast. There is also Port-La-Forêt, where you can rent boats or go on excursions with the sailing and diving schools. Concarneau is only 5 km away, where you can enjoy the walled town, folklore or Festival des Filets bleus. Also don’t miss Quimper, 15 km away, with its cathedral, pedestrian streets and cuisine…
The La Forêt-Fouesnant market takes place on Sunday mornings in the village and Port-la-Forêt is Tuesdays at 6:00 P.M. (Night market in July and August). You can also go to Fouesnant on Friday mornings or Concarneau on either Monday mornings for a smaller market or Friday mornings for more stands. In July and August, there is a market on Wednesday mornings in Beg-Meil, a small town next to Fouesnant. For more locations, ask reception.
In our mobile homes you will find a fully-equipped kitchen with fridge, microwave, coffee maker and gas stove. Dishes are also provided: plates, soup bowls, dessert plates, water and wine glasses, cutting board, bowls, pot, etc. All of our rentals have duvets, pillows and disposable pillowcases and mattress pads. Blankets are also provided. You have a broom, push broom, mop and bucket for cleaning, but bring your own cleaning products. You can reserve a baby kit or TV in advance for your accommodation.
10 meters maximum. If your camper is more than 7 meters long, contact our reservation service for a specific map. Double-axel campers are allowed.
Yes, remember to bring a European plug to connect to the outlets.
Yes, you can dump chemical toilets at the sanitary facilities.
You can book a long-term stay at a camper-trailer pitch. We offer discounts for longer stays.
Either online by clicking on Booking, by phone at +33(0)22.214.171.124.11, by mail, simply print and fill out the reservation request from the website, available under Downloads, and send it back by mail or email to email@example.com. Reservation requests are processed in the order received, as long the request is complete. For mobile homes, a 25% down payment is required. You can send it with the reservation request. A €30.00 reservation fee will also be charged. To ensure that our facilities are kept in good condition, we also ask for a €300.00 security deposit before you enter the rental, which we will return to you at the end of your stay. If you leave when reception is closed, we can mail you the security deposit after inspecting the rental. Rentals go from Saturday at 3:00 P.M. to Saturday at 10:00 A.M. in high season. In low season, you can arrive and depart any day. We also offer a cleaning service for €50.00. If you prefer to clean the rental yourself, we reserve the right to keep the same amount from your security deposit if the rental is not properly cleaned. For pitches, a €30.00 reservation fee will be charged, as well as a €100.00 down payment. 50% of the remaining balance is due upon arrival, and the rest at the end of your stay at the campsite. A maximum of one car + one trailer + one small tent are allowed on each pitch.
Credit cards, checks, holiday vouches, cash and bank transfer.
Under certain conditions, yes. Contact us by email or phone at +33(0)126.96.36.199.11 and our reservation service will work with you to find a solution. If you cancel your trip, Kérantérec Campsite will reimburse you in full up to 60 days before your arrival date. Between 60 and 30 days before arrival, we reimburse 50%, and after 30 days we will retain the full amount.
Yes. When reception closes, if you have not yet arrived, you will find a letter with your name on it explaining everything you need to do to check in to your rental. It is easier for us if you contact us before 7:00 P.M. to let us know that you will be arriving late, so we can set your keys out.
Yes, in which case you must clean your rental, then leave your keys in our mailbox on your way out. Please let reception know the day before you leave. Please be aware that we will not refund any amount paid if you leave before the end of your planned stay for personal reasons. If you want to change your arrival or departure dates in July or August, you must send a written request at least one week before your planned arrival date. Otherwise, we will bill you for the dates originally reserved. We keep your pitch or rental available for 24h after the planned arrival date. After which time, we will release it. The campsite reserves the right to expel anyone who violates the campsite rules.
A visitor is a person who visits you for a short amount of time, but does not sleep at the campsite. Otherwise, visitors must go to reception and pay. Visitors are the responsibility of the campers who host them. Under no circumstances may visitors’ vehicles be parked on the camp ground and private access roads. Furthermore, visitors or guests must comply with campsite rules.