Les 7 Îles Campsite Swimming pool and a covered poolGo glamping by the Atlantic! The unique location of Les 7 Îles Campsite in Trélévern in the north of Brittany is a big hit with our guests.
Listen to the sound of the waves, swim in the sea and watch the sun go down on a fantastic holiday on the Atlantic Coast in Brittany. Trélévern is located on the Côte de Granit Rose which is marked by pink-coloured granite cliffs. Our resort is named after the “Sept Îles”, a nature park consisting of seven islands that lie off of the Atlantic coast.
Discover a characteristic region of France by exploring the surrounding area, for example the village of Perros-Guirec with its lively centre, beautiful beaches and steep cliffs. A busy market takes place here every Friday and Sunday morning.
Get active in and by the water
On warm days, the Atlantic Sea is the perfect place to go for a swim. If the weather is too cold then you can enjoy a dip in the heated pool instead.Why not go on a fishing trip and try to catch one of the crabs. Be careful not to let them pinch you with their sharp pincers! In Trégastel there is a aquarium. Or do you fancy a boat trip? Then you’re in the right place! Boat tours leave from the harbour at Perros-Guirec several times a day ─ a great opportunity to take some selfies with the pink-coloured cliffs in the background!
Glamping in an Eco-Lodge
At Les 7 Îles Campsite you will stay in a rustically-designed wooden Eco Lodge. The accommodation includes a small kitchen and bathroom. The entrance is at the top of a few wooden steps straight through the covered terrace.
Seafood and Crêpes
Les 7 Îles Campsite has its own restaurant where you can try out new specialities that use freshly-caught seafood. Did you know that French crêpes originated in Brittany? The sweet, thin pancakes known all over the world are an essential element of Breton cuisine, so don’t be confused if you find Crêperies everywhere!
Tips for day trips
Visit the seven islands from where the campsite gets its name. The group of islands that lies 10 kilometres off the coast was turned into a nature reserve in 1912 and has become the oldest reserve in Brittany. The northernmost island, Île Rouzic, is a unique paradise for birds.It is, however, only possible to observe the birds from the sea. It is recommended to go in the morning or the early evening. Only one of the uninhabited islands is open to the public ─ the Île aux Moines that used to be home to a monastery. During the one hour of open access you can visit the light house and the ruins of a fortress. Boats out to the islands leave daily from Trégastel, Perros-Guirec and Ploumanac’h. Go Glamping by the Atlantic and book your stay at Les 7 Îles Campsite right here with Campingselection!
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