A high-end campsite in Pléneuf Val André
Located in Pléneuf Val André, a delightful seaside resort in the Côtes d’Armor department, the Val André campsite occupies a lush hill and thus enjoys a breathtaking view over the open sea. A member of the Sandaya group, this establishment is located less than 300 metres from a lovely beach, and has comfortable mobile homes and quality facilities for an unforgettable holiday experience in the Baie de Saint Brieuc bay.
A luxury campsite in the Côtes d’Armor
The Val André campsite is an exceptional holiday resort opposite the Baie de Saint Brieuc. Ideally situated in the heart of the Pléneuf Val André, it enables you to discover the beauty of the Côtes d'Armor coastline, and take advantage of its natural setting for a well-deserved rest. Close to the shops and casino, this campsite enjoys easy access to all the town’s facilities, which can be quickly reached on foot.
In barely a few minutes, go to the sublime sandy beach of Le Val André. Located just 300 metres from the campsite, this is accessible on foot. On this beach, you can do a multitude of water-based activities, such as swimming, surfing and windsurfing. You’ll also be able to do beginner’s shore fishing and sample freshly gathered seafood.
Amongst the accommodation on offer in this outdoor Côtes d’Armor establishment, you’ll find timber chalets able to accommodate up to 5 people, with an entirely shaded terrace having a garden furniture set, to enable you to make the most of the gentle sea air, in complete tranquillity. The chalets are fully equipped offering you all the necessary comfort, during your stay as a family or with friends. You can also opt for a mobile home with 2 bedrooms, able to accommodate up to 6 persons thanks to its convertible seating area. This is the ideal solution for large families. The pitches enable you to make the most of the campsite’s natural beauty, whilst having a private area for your tent, caravan or camper.
Quality facilities in the north of Brittany
Holidaymakers staying on Val André can make the most of a convivial welcoming snack bar on-site, offering a variety of dishes to enjoy on the go or take away. You can also find refreshing drinks and ice cream here, at any time of the day. The sun-drenched terrace and breathtaking view over the Baie de Saint-Brieuc adds a genuine charm to your meal.
For your breakfast, make the most of an outlet selling bread and crusty sweetbreads and buns, awaiting you at the campsite reception. If you need to do your laundry, a launderette equipped with washing machines and a tumble drier is also on hand for you. So you stay connected, a Wi-Fi network covers the entire campsite.
In the high season, a children’s club offers a multitude of play and educational activities supervised by qualified activity leaders. Children can take part in games, creative workshops, shows and many other activities, depending on their age. In addition to the children’s club, kids can also have fun on the inflatable play facilities and play area.
Staying with July and August, numerous activities are planned to entertain families during their stay. On the programme, there are sports tournaments and pétanque for competition enthusiasts, but also hikes for nature lovers. To end the day with a flourish, there are dance evenings, shows and aperitif games on offer!
The perfect campsite to go off and explore the treasures of the Baie de Saint Brieuc
Make the most of your stay on the Val André campsite to discover the Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast). This exceptional natural site offers countryside unique of its kind with the pink granite rocks, sculpted by the wind and sea. The Ploumanac'h beach is a popular location to admire this natural beauty, and make the most of a refreshing swim. Take the famous Sentier des Douaniers (Coastguards’ Footpath), to contemplate the renowned Mean Ruz lighthouse. The crystal-clear waters of the Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast) are perfect for sailing, canoeing or stand-up paddle boarding. Discover this must-see destination which will only give you one single desire...to return!
Located about 50 kilometres from the Val André campsite, the City of Privateers in Saint Malo is on offer to you. Your trip starts with the parapet walk on the ramparts, next heading to the Saint-Vincent cathedral and then ending with a visit to the city’s castle. Lovers of maritime history will be delighted to visit the city’s museum (Musée d’Histoire de St-Malo) which describes the history of Saint Malo. Gourmets will not be left out, in sampling the region’s famous speciality, Galettes de Sarrasin (buckwheat pancakes) accompanied by a bowl of cider.
Dinan is another medieval town full of charm, which attracts numerous visitors every year. At the top of the ramparts, there is an amazing panorama over the Rance valley, whilst the cobbled streets lined with half-timbered houses transport visitors back in time. Amongst the must-see attractions in the town, we should mention the Saint-Sauveur basilica, the Château de Dinan castle and Jardin Anglais gardens. Art lovers should not miss out on visiting the Maison d'Artiste de la Grande Vigne, a museum devoted to local artists. Dinan is also known for its Thursday market, where visitors can buy fresh, local produce. Restaurants also offer delicious cuisine, notably the famous Far Breton (flan with prunes and raisins), a sweet speciality in the region. Dinan is a town rich in history and culture, which never fails to delight tourists looking for authenticity.