In the north of Brittany near the coast, the estate of Château de Galinée with old oak and lime trees has been transformed into a wonderfully peaceful campsite. Camping Château Galinée has handled it handy by placing all facilities and activities behind the castle, so the peace around the accommodation is guaranteed.
Because the beach is 3.5 kilometers away and places like Saint Malo and Dinan is nearby, it is still difficult to choose: are you staying at the campsite or are you going to explore the Côte d'Amor?
Active and serene [/ h] In which pool do you jump today? Do you swim laps in the large swimming pool, do you bubble in the lagoon pool, do you play on the water slides or do you poodle in the children's pool? Another option is to relax completely in the balneo room with the hot tubs and massage jets in the indoor pool, with a padling pool especially for the children. But there is still more water at the campsite: there are 2 fishing ponds. So bring your fishing rod! And do you also participate in crafts or a sports competition?As far as food is concerned, it is also well arranged at Château de Galinée; fresh baguette and croissants from the minimarket and in the evening the choice between a tasty dinner in the restaurant or take away service. And after dinner? The whole family can go to the bar for the music and karaoke nights.
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Breton north coast [/ h] There is a lot to see in the area surrounding Camping Château de Galinée. We give a few ideas. Dinan with old half-timbered houses, streets with cobblestones, small squares and churches and Léhon an authentic village with houses with slate roofs and a beautiful abbey. Or Fort la Latte on a cliff hanging above the sea, fantasies about knights and ladies are inevitable here. A little further away is Cap Fréhel with cliffs, pink sandstone, granite and black slate and breathtaking sea views. Photo moment! Or once to Dinard, a chic seaside resort with villas from the Belle Epoque. And explore Saint Malo, formerly a notorious pirate city. From here, take the ferry to Jersey or Guernsey.