A campsite in the Baie de Morlaix
A camping holiday by the sea in Finistère
With 23 kilometres of coast and no less than seven beaches, Plougasnou is a leading seaside resort in northern Finistère. From the Domaine de Mesqueau, you will be able to quickly access swimming, walking and water sports areas...
Although Plougasnou has always taken advantage of the sea, to ensure its development, notably with two fishing ports in the area, only since the 20th century has the town been transformed into a seaside resort. With an attractive location in the north-east of the Baie de Morlaix bay, the town benefited from a railway line, which linked Morlaix to Primel Plougasnou, to attract the first lovers of sea swimming. In the Belle-Epoque, the town witnessed seaside villas as well as the large hotels along the seafront flourish. Numerous artists and celebrities, such as Nina Ricci and Alexandre Dumas came to stay here.
By staying on our seaside campsite at Plougasnou in Finistère, you will be able to discover this exceptional coastline, our ports of Le Diben and Terenez, as well as the seven lovely beaches and inlets in our town. From the Baie de Morlaix to the Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite coast), many other beaches, all absolutely charming, also await you...
The 7 beaches of Plougasnou
The Grande Plage beach in Primel Trégastel
This is without doubt the most family-oriented beach in Plougasnou. It is 5 minutes from the campsite. In summer, swimming here is supervised by lifeguards. The beach has the Pavillon Bleu label, acknowledging the quality of its swimming waters. Note that it is one of the town’s only sandy beaches, the others for the most part being pebble beaches, only enabling sand to appear at low tide.
The Le Guerzit creek
The Plage du Guerzit beach creek is a sandy and pebble beach. This offers a family atmosphere, during the summer season and is perfect for those wishing to indulge in windsurfing.
The sheltered Anse de Térénez cove
The Anse de Térénez, where numerous sailors come and tie up their boats, is also home to a small sandy and pebble beach. This beach is a spot enjoyed by holidaymakers and locals who can come and admire the magnificent sunsets over the Baie de Morlaix bay here. There is notably a sailing school and children’s play facilities here.
The Ti Louzou beach
The Plage de Ti Louzou is a superb beach but nevertheless small, which means in summer it can sometimes be crowded, when finding a place on the sand or pebbles to put down your towel here!
The Port Blanc beach
The Plage de Port Blanc beach is also strewn with pebbles. It is at the far end of a cove, and during the summer season there are families here, enjoying its peace and surroundings.
The Saint Samson beach
The Plage de Saint Samson beach is opposite the Baie de Morlaix bay. It is a fine sandy beach running alongside a dune. You can swim here but also take advantage of the lovely sunsets that it offers all year round!