Welcome to Vincent Tremblay
Explore the wild beauty of our coastline.
Between Quimper and Pont l’Abbé, close to La Torche and Le Guilvinec, La Grande Plage promises plenty of opportunities for swimming and sunbathing in its heated pool and water park and direct access to the beach. Further afield, you can admire the breathtaking coastal views, stroll around the picturesque fishing ports and sample some of the region’s culinary specialities. All in all, a great base for exploring the many facets of Breton culture in Finistère.
The direct access to the beach.
The careful landscaping blending perfectly with the unspoilt natural environment.
Beach (0,2 km)
Heated outdoor pool
Wifi (€) across the campsite
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
A visit to Haliotika, a modern, interactive visitor centre for all the family showcasing the local fishing industry. Watch the impressive spectacle of the trawlers returning to port escorted by an army of seagulls from the terrace (from 4pm). Your chance to buy fresh fish and seafood directly from local fishermen.
Grey seal observation trip. Take your place in a single- or double-seater kayak and set out to see the ever popular spectacle of the local population of grey seals. On this 3-hour trip you will be accompanied by a qualified instructor who will answer all you questions on the seals and their environment.
A walk to the Pointe du Raz headland. Located at the southernmost tip of Finistère, this rocky spur, its highest point 70m above sea level, juts out into one of Europe’s strongest sea currents, the Raz de Sein. Battered by wind and waves, every year the Pointe du Raz attracts a million visitors come to experience the elements at first hand.
Where the land meets the sea – a 2¼ hour walk through the dunes towards the port with fines views of the Goudoul rocks out at sea.