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Open from  01 May to 29 September 2018

  • Plage Camping Pres Verts
  • Concarneau Aerien

The campsite

Welcome to camping at Les Près Verts aux 4 Sardines in Concarneau in Brittany !

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Local services

You will find everything you need for your stay near our campsite, ideally located in the Bay of Concarneau!

Spend an enjoyable holiday at the Les Prés Verts aux 4 sardines campsite!

1km away: Bakery, takeaway pizza store,

1.5k away: Concarneau Thalasso Marine Spa will allow you to relax and pamper yourself.

2km away: Everything you need to refuel and have a comfortable stay is within palm’s reach: Leclerc hypermarket, petrol station-Service station, Fast food stores, Leclerc cultural store, florist.

3km away: Welcome to the center of Concarneau, the walled town built by Vauban!

Stroll through the streets full of history, visit-the Fisheries Museum, visit the ramparts, the Marinarium, enjoy the performances organised by the town of Concarneau in Ladrone Square (July-August)

Enjoy the traditional produce market on Monday and Friday mornings, and an organic produce market on Wednesdays from 17:00 to 19:00 near Les Halles. Enjoy our tasty local cuisine in many restaurants.

Les marchés

Les marchés

Lorient

Lorient

Les ports

Les ports

Les plages

Les plages

4km away: Keriolet Castle: 5 mins from town-Within the walls of Concarneau, overlooking the township, come and visit this architectural jewel which dates back to the fifteenth century; and discover the fate of the Russian imperial princess Zénaïde Narischkine-Youssoupov, aunt of Czar Nicolas II and her husband, the Count Charles of Chauveau.

5km away: Important marina with leisure and competition boats in-La-Forêt port.

Quimper, 20km away: The traditional capital of Cornouaille will appeal to lovers of art and history, with its cathedral, Departmental Breton, Pottery and Fine Arts museums, the earthenware or old quarters. Awaken your taste buds with culinary specialties including the famous lace pancakes, biscuits and other regional products.

Lorient, 55km away: In this famous port city you will discover the museum of the Indian Port Company-Louis, or the-“Flora” submarine. In August, head for the Inter-Celtic Festival, a meeting place for artists from the Celtic world!

Brest, 95km away: Lovers of ships and oceans will be delighted by the Naval Museum of Brest which includes an impressive collection of ship models and Océanopolis, an ocean discovery park. Finally, don’t miss the National Botanical Conservatory, an internationally renowned and unique space of ​​40 hectares, which protects and cultivates rare and endangered species from islands around the world.