Saint Pabu Plage - a 4 star campsite in Erquy
By the superb Saint Pabu beach, in Erquy, within the Côtes d’Armor department, this 4-star campsite is located. With its attractive location, an ultra-modern accommodation offering, the layout in graduated terraces, enabling the majority of pitches to enjoy a view over the English Channel and the numerous other advantages, the Saint Pabu Plage campsite has everything going for it!
A campsite with direct access to the beach in Erquy
Nestling in the basin of a magnificent bay on the Côtes-d'Armor coast, in the delightful town of Erquy, this 4 star outdoor establishment, Saint Pabu Plage, is the perfect location to discover northern Brittany. Within a unique setting by the sea, this high-end establishment, with direct beach access, offers you pitches but also a range of accommodation, from the traditional mobile home to the latest generation cottage.
On these grounds, ideally situated between Saint-Brieuc bay and the Cap Fréhel headland, you’ll be able to choose a pitch on flat and lush ground, facing the sea, or opt for various types of holiday rental accommodation, able to accommodate from 2 to 6 holidaymakers. All are comfortably equipped with 1 to 3 bedrooms, king-size bed in the master bedroom, television and terrace, and the majority enjoy a delightful view over the bay.
Amongst this accommodation, the Privilège range also offers superb facilities. Bright, modern, family-orientated, these cottages are particularly equipped with a dishwasher, spacious shower, roller shutters and are all established in pedestrian areas. They thereby offer you a haven of peace and comfort, perfect for a holiday. Some of them, the Iroise and Caraïbes cottages, even offer up to 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms - plenty for spending a holiday in XXL mode!
Swimming, sports activities and entertainment on the programme
On-site, besides swimming, there are numerous activities, starting with water sports: sea wading, stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, kitesurfing, sailing, snorkelling, sand yachting...Each to their own! Moreover, the campsite makes equipment available to you for free. So indulge yourself! The beach is just a stone’s throw away. You can also take part in various sports activities and tournaments: stretches, fitness, beach volleyball, table tennis, badminton, pétanque, and even go to a games room with table football, pinball machines or billiards. Moreover, at the campsite entrance and by the beach is a sailing and kitesurfing school. For the more independent amongst you, numerous hikes and cycling trips await. The Sentier des Douaniers (Customs Officers’ Path) - the GR34, Vélomaritime coastal cycle route or other greenways (traffic-free routes), will lead you to explore iconic beauty spots, such as the Cap Fréhel headland or Saint Cast le Guildo resort. Furthermore, you’ll be able to hire traditional or electric bikes on the campsite.
In the high season, a children’s club and teens’ club are open to young campers with team games, sports tournaments, Olympiads and music and art workshops, painting and preparation for shows planned...There is also a playground for young children, with free access throughout the entire day. Come the evening, there is a festive atmosphere for everyone, with concerts, shows, karaoke or the dance floor on the menu.
To make your stay more delightful, a launderette for washing and drying your laundry is on hand, as is a grocery with bread and sweet breads and buns outlet, to do your shopping. A free equipment hire service particularly offers bikes, electric bicycles, stand-up paddle boards, kayaks, surfboards, snorkelling equipment, beach deckchairs, baby kits, sheets and towels and outdoor games... Lastly, a snack bar - restaurant, with a panoramic terrace, which prepares cuisine to eat on-site or takeaway, comes to the rescue of all those not wanting to cook. Equally to that of all who quite simply wish to allow themselves a little gourmet interlude, without leaving the campsite...
A perfect spot to use as a base to tour between Saint Brieuc and the Cap Fréhel headland
By staying on the Saint Pabu Plage campsite between Erquy and Pléneuf Val André, you’re in both a seaside and harbour town, which entices you to go for a stroll. Walk on the busy quay in the fishing port of Erquy, the fourth largest in France, and enjoy Coquilles Saint-Jacques (scallops with creamy sauce and Gruyère cheese), an icon of local gastronomy, in one of the numerous restaurants on the quays. From Saint Pabu, you can also go to the Cap Fréhel headland, one of the region’s most impressive beauty spots, about 20 kilometres away. The pink sandstone cliffs offer an amazing panorama over the Ile de Bréhat island, Cotentin peninsula and Channel Islands. An opportunity to go hiking along the bay, amongst the surrounding heathland and observe the reserve’s sea birds.
Take advantage of your holiday as a chance for a trip on the Ile de Bréhat island, dubbed the ‘Island of Flowers’. A direct crossing leaves from Erquy and the island can be visited on foot or by bike. A paradise for hikers and refuge for artists, the archipelago has many enthusiasts. With its short heathland, pink granite rocks, in-bloom gardens, old stone houses and the blue of the sea, colour is everywhere! Unmissable!
Lastly, if you wish to visit one of the most iconic resorts of northern Brittany, go even further heading for St Malo. Behind its ramparts, the city of privateers contains a rich heritage of legends and stories. Walk in the alleyways or along the ramparts and see the view over the English Channel and the Rance river. If you feel so inclined, taking the sea bus go to Dinard opposite, a further Breton gem.