Camping Kerlaz à Tréguennec

       33 (0)2 98 87 76 79     
        Route de la Mer   
       29720  Tréguennec

Finistère Sud  - Bretagne

NATURE   -  DETENTE - FAMILLE

 

Un petit camping familial  avec une piscine couverte en Baie d'Audierne

Campsite in Bretagne (Baie d'Audierne)

Overview of the campsite Kerlaz

Campsite Kerlaz near La Torche, the Surf Paradise

A quiet-family-run campsite with a covered swimming-pool.

Only 65 pitches.

3 stars Campsite New standards obtained dated 30/07/2012

In the heart of the Bay Audierne with a sandy beach long 8km Tréguennec is a small village outside the transit routes of the "Pays Bigouden".

  • 2 km from the sea,
  • 20 km West from Quimper. T
  • Many beaches around,
  • foot, equestrian and V.T.T. hikes, surfing make of it a vacation resort privileged and appreciated by those in love with nature.

The Camping Kerlaz is a perfect base from which to explore the Bigouden Country (Pays Bigouden)  and  the Brittany Cornwall, visit Quimper and earthenware factories, fishing ports of Guilvinec, Douarnenez or Loctudy, Pont l'Abbé, La Pointe du Raz or La Pointe de la Torche.

Nowhere in the county is much more than half an hour away by car.

Vue aérienne Tréguennec

 

 

It is within this frame of greenery that the campsite Kerlaz accomodates you.

65 pitches are available.
A great part is dedicated to the traditional camping and caravans. Another part is equipped with rental lodging including 5 country cottages, 10 mobile-home and some caravans in hiring.
A heated covered swimming-pool, play area for children, table-tennis, the modern sanitary installations will ensure the success of the family holidays
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You have the choice of very varied activities. For example :

Sporting activities:

surfing, body-board, sail, kite, kite-surfing, windsurfing, mountain biking, running, horse, ...

Cultural activities:

Fêtes des Brodeuses in Pont l'Abbé, Cornwall Festival in Quimper, discovery Heritage (crosses, menhirs and dolmen, prehistory ),...

Island Discoveries:

Glénan Islands, the Ile de Sein,  Molène

Boats from Benodet, or Audierne