Les Embruns - a 5 star campsite in Le Pouldu
Rated 5-star, the Les Embruns campsite is one of the most delightful open-air hotels in southern Finistère. Established in the Clohars-Carnoët commune, within the seaside resort of Le Pouldu, this top-of-the-range campsite has a superb aquatic park and a state-of-the-art well-being space, located only 250 metres from the sea and the beach…
A perfect location 250 metres from the beach...
Family-orientated and convivial, Les Embruns is a Breton campsite enjoyed by a multitude of holidaymakers. The latter are indeed fond of the relaxing surroundings and the well-being emanating from the location, a verdant and delightfully maintained campsite, barely 250 metres from the Les Grands Sables beach.
This sandy beach, hemmed in and protected from the waves is the main beach in Clohars-Carnoët. Perfect for families, there is a lifeguard supervising swimming in summer. This beach accommodates a sailing school, which does not fail to delight youngsters who wish to indulge in this sport during their stay on this 5-star campsite in Finistère.
The campsite is located at the heart of the seaside village of Le Pouldu, which itself depends upon the Clohars-Carnoët commune. A small tourist village on a human scale, this houses the Maison-Musée du Pouldu “sur les Traces de Gauguin” (the Le Pouldu Gauguin museum house), where the famous artist, Paul Gauguin, and a number of his friends stayed. There are also several chapels designed with architecture typical of the Breton countryside, as well as the Parc Animalier du Quinquis (a wildlife park), where the visitor can discover a multitude of animals roaming freely.
A campsite rated 5-star, Les Embruns stretches over grounds with a surface area of 5 hectares, and has 76 pitches intended to accommodate campers and their tent, caravan or camper van. These all have a mains water point, mains sewerage and a 16-amp electrical connection. The most spacious are in the categories "Espace Confort” (“Comfort Space”) and “Grand Confort” (“Luxury”) and some of them are even equipped with a TV connection.
An aquatic park to have fun as a family...
Some 33 other plots are occupied by holiday rental accommodation, mobile homes or chalets. Amongst the most luxurious, there are the select Ty Taos and Ty Heol Taos cottages. These can accommodate 4 to 6 people and are equipped with state-of-the art facilities, as well as one of the most stylish designs.
Once settled in, holidaymakers on this top-of-the-range campsite in Clohars-Carnoët can make the most of a multitude of services, as well as a variety of recreational and sports facilities. This campsite thus has a grocery “Le Filet à Provisions”, a bar - restaurant - pizzeria “L’Escale Gourmande”, a launderette and even a Wi-Fi network covering the entirety of the campsite. The campsite also has a snug bar, “La Villa Océane”, which enables you to enjoy a drink, with or without children. It is worth noting that the bar has a giant screen, so that you can watch the biggest sports events in superb conditions.
So as to enjoy themselves, holidaymakers can make the most of a delightful aquatic park. This comprises an indoor swimming pool heated to 28°C, a paddling pool for children, as well as a water slide and a 2-lane multi-slide. Amongst the other leisure facilities, note the multi-sports ground, mini-golf course, games room and play area. There are also ping-pong tables and other such facilities.
Adults who wish to can enter the well-being and relaxation area of the campsite. Ultra-modern, this calming location is dedicated to relaxation and beauty. It houses a sauna, a steam room, a beauty treatment salon with a massage cubicle, a hairdressing area, as well as a fitness area, equipped with a multitude of items of gym equipment!
A campsite between Finistère and the Morbihan...
Geographically located in Finistère, the Les Embruns campsite is nevertheless adjacent to the Morbihan. Indeed the mouth of the Laïta marks the border between the two départements. A famous Breton river, the Laïta flows into the Atlantic a stone’s throw from the campsite. By staying at Les Embruns, holidaymakers thus have the opportunity to go out and explore the wonders of southern Brittany.
The port of Lorient, famous for its military arsenal, but also for its submarine base dating back to World War II today houses the Cité de la Voile Eric Tabarly (a museum of ocean racing), and is thus barely half an hour by road from the campsite. At the gateway to the port of Lorient, the Citadel of Port Louis is, with its museums - the National Maritime Museum and the Museum of the Port Louis East India Company, a must-see location for lovers of naval history to visit.
Going up the coast road in a north-westerly direction, holidaymakers can discover the village of Pont Aven, famous for the numerous painters who stopped there, and who were behind the creation of the “School of Pont Aven” (famous for Syntheticism). Barely going much further, the port of Concarneau and its walled town are amongst the leading tourist attractions of southern Finistère. Lastly, the Breton Riviera, as well as the islands of the Île de Groix, the Belle Île en Mer, and even the Îles des Glénan (Glénan Islands archipelago) are equally possible excursions on offer to holidaymakers on the loveliest campsite in Le Pouldu!