Very attractive rural coastal location, with a wide choice of excellent beaches in the area
The owner has received particular praise from members, with La Corniche remaining a welcoming and absolutely immaculately kept site, with a great variety of coast locally and within easy driving distance. The site is also very well situated for exploring some of lovely Finistère’s best historic sites. An all-round favourite for those who like quiet relaxation on site, or getting out and about to lots of places of interest, all within under an hour’s drive
- Village centre half a mile, beach one mile, Pointe du Raz (France’s most westerly point) eight miles, Audierne eight miles, Locronan 17 miles, Quimper 18 miles, Pointe de la Torche 18 miles, Roscoff 92 miles
- High season – a relaxing, cheerful, family atmosphere, with sea shanty nights and other entertainment on site and a wide choice of beaches within easy reach; Mondial’Folk World Folk Festival in Plozévet in mid-August
- Low season – pretty, tranquil and friendly base for discovering the coast, villages, history and traditions of south Finistère
- Owned and run by Monsieur Joly
- Maximum unit length 10m
- BBQs permitted
- Dogs welcome
Dedicated accessible facilities - please ask for further details
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Large and very well-kept pitches; level, open and part-shaded; all with electricity (10A); some all-service
Activities and entertainment,
Wi-Fi on pitches (charge)
We travelled here from Roscoff on quiet roads, the journey took approx, 2 hours. The site was very easy to find and is well signed from the town. The entrance is straightforward usually you would need to pull in to the car park on the left as you enter the site, reception is immediately ahead.We were given choice of sites advising us which ones would be sunny and which ones provide shade. Jean Pierre was very friendly and seemed to prefer my French rather than his English, I think his English was at least as good as my French so language was no problem. (His son Clement speaks very good English.) In high season a key is needed for the barrier, and in fact towards the end of our stay the barrier was used, we were given a key without deposit though in high season a deposit of 20 Euro will be needed.
The pitches are an average size, certainly adequate for my 5 berth and awning. There are small hedges splitting the areas into 4 pitch sites, served by UK style electric points. The water point was also incorporated to the electric bollard. The water pressure was very low also you couldn't rest your Aquaroll on the unit bollard under the tap but the length of the filler hose was sufficient to prevent problems. The site roads were compacted sand and gravel. The pitches I saw all appeared level and our pitch had no reverse polarity.
There was a mixture of Nationalities on site and a variety of units motorhomes, caravans and tents.
The toilet block and showers were unisex with toilet boards and toilet paper supplied for the WCs. There was one exception with one tradition French style squat toilet. Small shop with bread ordering. Very small friendly bar.
Local attractions are La pointe de Raz, Audierne, Benodet, Concarneau and many other places of interest. In high season there is an entertainment programme.
The local supermarket is a fifteen minute walk (Intermarche) however there is a choice of many within 15 minutes drive.
We had a great time!
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country,Coastal
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break
Sites often charge for an additional vehicle, including a car towed by a motorhome. You should also expect to pay extra for pets and awnings.
We only charge you for extra equipment if the site charges us.
Solo campers may be entitled to reduced pitch fees on some sites.
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