Le Kérou, a seaside campsite in Clohars-Carnoët
Located in southern Brittany, in the Finistère department, Le Kérou is one of the new trendy camping and caravanning addresses. A member of the high-end campsite group, Sandaya, this establish has indeed been transformed to offer its holidaymakers holiday resort conditions amongst the most delightful in the region…
4 star by the sea, with direct access to the beach
Le Kérou is a 4-star campsite in the Southern Finistère region. Located in the seaside resort of Clohars-Carnoët, it occupies grounds of around 15 hectares situated 25 kilometres to the east of Lorient. Near Quimperlé and the town of painters, Pont Aven, it runs alongside the Atlantic Ocean and enjoys direct access to the Bellangenet beach, most certainly one of the loveliest in the town, with the Pavillon Bleu label, for the quality of its bathing.
Halfway between Lorient and Concarneau, this establishment has lovely facilities, as well as a wide selection of accommodation solutions. There are spacious pitches, able to accommodate camping and caravanning equipment. Four types of plots are available for hire; pitches without electricity, the 2 and 3-star (shells) pitches, as well as Premium pitches. These 3 latter categories all have a 10-amp electrical connection. The Premium pitches are the most top-of-the-range. They are indeed each equipped with an individual sanitary block with a WC and kitchenette, washbasin, fridge and garden furniture set. This Clohars-Carnoët campsite also has a multitude of holiday rentals, cottages by majority, but also, for lovers of glamping, there are furnished tents, such as the Sahari or Coco Sweet. The holiday rentals can accommodate from 2 to 6 persons, and all have a terrace to enjoy the outdoor life, during your seaside stay.
An indoor swimming pool and a wellness area on the menu for the holiday
Once settled into the Le Kérou campsite, you are able to make the most of a multitude of on-site services and facilities. To want for nothing, go to the grocery - you will find all of the everyday essentials. During the summer, a farmers’ market is also set up, offering you numerous local specialities.
Amongst the other services of this outdoor Breton establishment, we can mention the snack bar-bar-takeaway, enabling you to have something to eat and cool down. There is also the outlet selling bread and sweetbreads and buns such as brioches, croissants and pains au chocolat and the laundry with washing machines and tumble dryers. In addition, you have the bicycle hire service, and even Wi-Fi coverage across the entire campsite. As regards sports and leisure facilities, at the Le Kérou campsite, you will be able to count on having a water park with an indoor heated swimming pool, and water slides with a landing pool, a children’s playground, a basketball court, a bouncy castle, a gym and bodybuilding area, a football pitch and an archery range. In addition, this establishment offers parents the chance to register their child(ren) in one of the campsite mini-clubs, and organizes entertainment and activities as much during the daytime as in the evening, such as a dance class or an aquaerobics session.
Welcome to Southern Finistère!
With its direct access to the beach, Le Kérou enjoys an attraction that is delightful to say the least. The Bellangenet beach is located 150 metres from the site entrance, whilst the Le Kérou beach is barely much further, being 250 metres away. You can do surfing and sailing there. Moreover to rest after swimming, nothing hits the spot better than a detour to the campsite wellness area. Having whirlpools, the sauna, the steam room and the massage rooms, it is a relaxation area, popular with holidaymakers!
Staying at the Le Kérou campsite, in Clohars-Carnoët, enables you to go off to explore the wonders of Southern Finistère and Morbihan, from the magnificent wild coast to the mystical lands of the Cornouaille region. A leading tourist destination in Brittany, Finistère offers holidaymakers a wide choice of activities, visits and trips.
Thus, leaving from Le Kérou, you can discover the numerous tourist attractions in the surrounding area, from Larmor Plage to Lorient, Pont Aven, Hennebont and the Groix island to Concarneau. Beaches, inlets and rocky coastlines are crossed here by the GR 34, the famous Breton Customs Officers’ Path, packed with history, now transformed into one of the loveliest hiking paths in France…