La Plage de Tréguer - a campsite at the gateway to the Crozon peninsula
On the waterfront by the beach in Tréguer, in the Finistère commune of Plonévez Porzay, La Plage de Tréguer campsite enjoys a perfect location at the gateway of the Crozon peninsula, halfway between Brest and Quimper. Continuing to be rated 3 star, this campsite has moved upmarket, year after year and should very soon land a new star to reward the quality of its accommodation and its new facilities.
A campsite with direct beach access...
The Le Plage de Tréguer campsite stretches over grounds of 6 hectares located 13 kilometres from the famous port of Douarnenez. Located at the gateway to the Crozon peninsula, opposite the Iroise Sea, it is barely 30 minutes by road from Quimper and an hour from Brest. By a superb sandy beach, from which it takes its name, this establishment, rated 3 star, has 279 pitches in total.
A major benefit of this Finistère campsite is its space, which enables the guarantee of peace and tranquillity for holidaymakers. They can settle in on one of the 194 parcels intended to accommodate tents, caravans and campers. The remaining pitches are from now on all occupied by holiday rentals, including some even having a panoramic view over the Atlantic Ocean!
It is, in particular, the case with furnished tents but equally cottages in the Luxe (Luxury) range with two or three bedrooms, which have the advantage of having a high terrace as they are laid out on piles. Ultra-modern, these holiday rentals are amongst the most top-of-the-range of the La Plage de Tréguer campsite.
A heated aquatic park with an indoor swimming pool...
So as to meet the needs of its holidaymakers, La Plage de Tréguer offers even more facilities every year. They can also make the most of fully renovated bathroom installations, a snack bar, a gourmet restaurant with a sea view which adjoins the campsite, a pizza and takeaway service, a laundry with washing machines and a tumble dryer, a grocery for emergencies, Wi-Fi network access, and a children’s club during the high season amongst other amenities…
La Plage de Tréguer also has a lovely aquatic park. Fully heated to 28°C for the greatest comfort of swimmers, this has recently been extended since in 2018, an indoor swimming pool, as well as water slides have enhanced this facility. It had already been equipped with a large outdoor pool with play paddling pool, a mushroom sprinkler and water fountains, as well as a Jacuzzi.
This campsite on the Iroise coast also has other recreational facilities, such as play areas for children, inflatable structures, Tyrolean traverse, an activity course, and other similar facilities. There is also a multi sports ground, a pétanque court, ping pong tables and a games room with billiards, table football and video games.
Finistère - a land of discoveries and adventures...
In the high season, various activities are planned to liven up the days of children and adults alike. The multi sports ground is often the stage for a multitude of sports competitions, always taking place in a spirit of good humour. It happens likewise with illuminated hikes (with stories incorporated) organised on the coastal path, treasure hunts and pétanque tournaments... Come the evening, entertainment and activities are also planned: themed meals, concerts, dance evenings and other such events.
For those curious, the La Plage de Tréguer campsite can be the perfect starting point to go out and explore the wonders of Finistère. This Breton département indeed abounds in a multitude of treasures. Rich in legend and in folklore, Finistère may be explored through its roads and paths linking towns and villages, and historical and tourist sites.
Amongst the must-sees in Finistère, and more particularly Cornouaille, the historic region in which the campsite is established, we should mention the historic town of Quimper, but also Locronan, a Petite Cité de Caractère, (a recognised character village with a heritage to protect). It is a neighbouring settlement, being located only 5 minutes from the La Plage de Tréguer campsite. The village’s walls and cobbled alleyways appear to have been frozen in time since the 15th century. Other must-sees include the fine sand dunes of Saint Anne la Palud, the Forêt de Huelgoat magic forest, the seaside resorts of Morgat and Bénodet and further attractions.