Welcome to Sylvie & Philippe Doré
Visit this stunningly beautiful corner of the Breton countryside.
The lovely Lannion Bay sits in the heart of the Trégor region between Perros-Guirec and Morlaix. Here you can enjoy the vast sandy beach at Saint Michel en Grève, test the waters at the Plestin les Grèves water sports centre or simply relax by the heated covered pool at the campsite. Further afield, you can walk along the unspoilt cliffs of the Tredrez coastline and admire the views from Le Dourven Headland. In short, everything you need for an essentially Breton holiday.
The vast sandy beach at Saint Michel en Grève just 1.5km from the campsite
Its spacious pitches separated by hedges
Heated covered pool
Beach (1 km)
Heated covered pool
Wifi (€) across the campsite
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Les 7 Iles bird reserve
The island of Callot, accessible at low tide only.
Visit Trédrez, famed for its cliffs, and the old sardine-fishing port of Locquémeau. The Séhar and Le Dourven headlands and Le Yaudet with its Crec'h Olen windmill are also well worth a visit. Walk the Côte de Granit Rose with its magnificent pink rocks between Trebeurden and Perros Guirec.
Following the GR34 long distance path, walk the 8km along the Tredrez cliffs to the port of Locquémeau.
A holiday by the sea is a great opportunity to try your hand at some new water sports and a stay at Les Capucines is no exception with its kayaking, kite- and traditional surfing and stand-up paddle boarding. In partnership with La Kite'scool, Sylvie and Philippe offer lessons, longer courses and equipment hire in a range of water sports with something for all the family. And how about a walk along the beach before returning to the campsite, just 1.5km from the sea, where you’ll find a heated pool ideal for relaxing at the end of a hard day? Further afield, the Côtes d’Armor region offers fine countryside, charming towns such as Saint-Brieuc and a host of historical and architectural sights.
Come and discover the treasures of the Côtes d’Armor with a stay at Les Capucines on Brittany’s Atlantic coast. Hire a bike and cycle straight to the beach – just 1.5km from the campsite – or venture further afield to explore the rest of Brittany. With its covered pool and spacious pitches, the campsite promises a warm welcome and a quiet and restful holiday. Keen to promote all things local as well as the beautiful Breton countryside, Les Capucines was awarded French “Accueil Vélo” status in 2017 for its cycle-friendly facilities.