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A breath of fresh air and the chance to explore beautiful Finistère
Set between Quimper and the Pointe du Raz headland, La Corniche makes an ideal base for exploring the many facets of southern Finistère. The site itself offers a heated pool, family and children’s activities, walks along the nearby coastal paths, sailing, diving, surfing, kayaking and fishing. Just a few minutes away, the small fishing port of Audierne promises trips to the Ile de Sein while the long, sandy beaches entice you into the clear waters of the Atlantic. And don’t forget to set aside a day for visiting the famous Pointe du Raz headland and La Vieille lighthouse.
The ideal location for exploring southern Finistère
Just 1.5km from the beach
The generous, landscaped pitches
Beach (1,5 km)
Heated outdoor pool
Free WiFi across the campsite
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Mister Flower Club
A visit to the Musée de l’Amiral in Pouldreuzic (6km) with its collection of over 10,000 shells from around the world. After an hour or two here, no walk on the beach will ever be the same again! Plus more than 200 local sea bird species displayed in a series of rooms recreating their natural environment.
Take a boat trip out from Audierne to the Ile de Sein (11km). Exposed to the wind and the waves and bathed in light, the Ile de Sein is a unique and extraordinary place, seemingly from another time and another world. The boat crossing from Audierne offers stunning views of the Pointe du Raz headland and Raz de Sein straights while a walk around the island is a pleasure in itself.
A trip to the Pointe du Raz headland, one of France’s major natural visitor attractions drawing almost a million visitors every year. Or a visit to the famed Raz de Sein straights, familiar to sailors down the ages, with its La Vieille and Tévennec lighthouses, and the fascinating Ile de Sein where sea and sky appear to be in perpetual motion.
A walk to Audierne. The path follows the River Goyen along the line of the old railway track from Pont Croix to Audierne. Stop at the Anse de Lespoul for a spot of bird watching before crossing the river and returning on the other side. Here the route is more challenging passing through heathland, woods and meadows.
There’s so much to see around Pont-l'Abbé including La Torche headland, Eckmühl lighthouse and the ports of Saint-Guénolé, Le Guilvinec and Loctudy. Explore the world of the Atlantic fishermen and sample some of the local fish and seafood specialities!