Welcome to Catherine & Christian Hurel
Saint-Brieuc bay, one of the jewels of the Brittany coast.
Stroll through the narrow, history-filled streets of Saint-Brieuc, do a little shopping or explore the cliffs, creeks, dunes and beaches which line its vast bay. Set in the lovely Gouédic valley, the campsite makes a great base for walking the “Sentier des Douaniers” coastal path towards the striking “Pink Granite Coast”, the port of Paimpol, Cap Fréhel and the town of Dinan. And don't forget the region’s many seafood delicacies including its famed scallops.
The Aquabaie water park right on your doorstep
Free tickets to Aquabaie when you book for 7 nights and more
Its ideal location for exploring the remarkable sights of the Côtes d’Armor
Beach (8 km)
River (direct access)
Free WiFi dedicated zone
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Mister Flower Club
Take a walk through the Parc de Rohannec'h de Saint-Brieuc (English style garden with villa constructed in 1900 – the ground floor is open in the summer). Follow the path down to the port of Le Légué (500m) and return via the Gouédic valley.
Langueux brick factory – 10 km.
The Saint Brieuc National Nature Reserve – 8 km. With the fifth largest tidal range in the world, the bay provides a wonderful natural habitat for flora and fauna. A stopping off point for migrating birds from October to March, in spring and summer it is nesting species which fill the coves, salt meadows and mudflats along the shorelines at Langueux and Yffiniac. The Maison de la Baie observatory in Hillion on the GR 34 coastal path makes a great spot for bird watching. The île de Bréhat (50km), Cape Fréhel (70km) and the “Pink Granite Coast” from Bréhat to Trégastel (80km).
A half-day cycle ride to explore the historical centre of Saint-Brieuc at the foot of Cathédrale Saint-Etienne. The oldest houses in the town are those along the Rue Fardel, the Rue Quinquaine and the Place du Martray. Don’t miss the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire.
Leaving the centre of town by car, follow signs to the port of Le Légué (ship owners’ houses, marina, floating museum of wooden toys, pottery gallery, traditional boats). Then take the coast road as far as the Pointe du Roselier which offers wonderful views over Saint-Brieuc bay, the Pointe de Pordic headland and the Plage des Rosaires.
If you fancy a quiet and relaxing holiday on France’s lovely Normandy coast, where better to stay than Catherine and Christian’s Les Vallées campsite and wellness centre. Take some time out, unwind and make the most of your holiday in the lovely Côtes-d’Armor countryside. Book a session in our hammam or sauna and feel your stress slowly ebb away. Our one-hour Wellness Pass even includes access to the campsite’s water park.