Located in the heart of Brittany, Fouesnant is a commune in France which belongs to the department of Finistère.

This destination is very popular with vacationers and rightly so: it is home to many little treasures that will delight parents and children alike!

During your stay around Fouesnant, in our campsite, discover the highlights of tourism in Brittany and the natural splendors of the region!

What to visit in Fouesnant?

The beautiful sandy beaches

The beaches of Fouesnant are perfect for family swimming in the Atlantic Ocean. Lay your towel on Porz Beg Meil beach, Kerambigorn beach, Maner Coat Clevarec beach or Cap Coz beach.

Furthermore, the coastline of this part of Finistère, which extends over a width of around twenty kilometers, is an ideal place for water sports enthusiasts. From Cap Coz to the tip of Mousterlin, several beaches are accessible to holidaymakers for sailing, paddle boarding or kite surfing.

Hiking and cycling

The best way to visit the beauties of Fouesnant is to put on your walking shoes or hop on your bike!

In Fouesnant, hikers and cyclists have the chance to cross more than 100 kilometers of developed trails. During these itineraries, you can visit several mythical sites around Fouesnant such as Roche Percée, Cap Coz, Pointe de Mousterlin, Mer Blanche and Bénodet.

What to do in Fouesnant when it rains?

Because, in Fouesnant and in Brittany in general, drops of rain are not rare, we have put together a small program of visits and activities to do in rainy weather. And the least we can say is that you won’t be able to get bored!

Things to do in Fouesnant: bowling with your friends

How about sharing a little game of bowling with your friends during your vacation? The Métropolis Bowling Laser in Concarneau opens its doors to you. It includes a total of eight tracks. Everything is located in a pretty futuristic setting, just 20 minutes from the Kervastard campsite.

Visit a biscuit factory or cider house in Brittany

Get ready for a little gourmet trip to one of the biscuit factories in Fouesnant. 100% Breton local products are waiting for you to taste: Kouign-Amann (artisanal cake), palets, galettes, crepes, madeleines, salted butter caramel.

And to learn all about the secrets of Breton cider, visit the Cidrerie de Menez-Brug. On the program: tasting and guided tour. Between June and September, the visit is free. The Cidrerie de Menez-Brug is just 3 minutes from the campsite. Do you want our opinion? This cider house is a must in Fouesnant and the guide is passionate!

Visit the museums of Fouesnant

There is no shortage of cultural outings in the town of Fouesnant.

Take advantage of the rain to get a good dose of culture during your vacation! Go to the Concarneau Fishing Museum, located 26 minutes from the Kervastard campsite, where you will dive into the heart of the secrets of the marine world and the Atlantic.

Also discover the Quimper Earthenware Museum, 28 minutes from the campsite or the Pont-Aven art museum, 34 minutes from the campsite.

The unmissable aquariums of Brittany

The Océanopolis is one of the largest aquariums in the Old Continent and, in the opinion of visitors, it is also an unmissable place! It is located in Brest, about 1 hour from the Kervastard campsite. You can also visit the Aquashow aquarium in Audierne, located an hour from the campsite. It is home to more than 150 species of fish in more than 50 aquariums!

The Djoomba Land play park

The rain will not prevent you from sharing good times with your family in Fouesnant. Don’t miss Djoomba Land. This indoor play park features a maze, trampolines, zip lines and even a large spiral slide! An outing that is worth the detour when you have children!

What to visit around Fouesnant?

The Fouesnant Forest

The Fouesnant Forest borders the town of Fouesnant. This very charming town is known for its marina, Port-la-Forêt, one of the most important ports in Brittany. Stroll along the quays and observe the boats coming and going in the port. Also visit the Notre-Dame church in Izel-Vor and explore the coves, heavenly landscapes rich in rare fauna and flora!

Pointe du Raz

The Pointe du Raz is a rocky promontory which offers its visitors a breathtaking view of the sea. Between high cliffs covered with moors, splendid panoramas and welcome sea air, this masterpiece of nature is a must for any holidaymaker staying in Brittany. Opinions are indeed unanimous in emphasizing the enchanting setting of this place in Finistère.

The Glénan archipelago

Facing Cap Coz, the Glénan archipelago is one of the natural sites that fascinate vacationers. It is difficult to resist the beauty of the turquoise waters and white sand of its coasts. To get to the island, book a boat trip. An idyllic visit not to be missed!

Le Beg Meil

The Beg Meil peninsula is a seaside resort in Fouesnant which today attracts a significant number of holidaymakers who stay around southern Finistère. In addition, several getaways are provided from the port of Beg Meil to the Glénan, Bénodet and Concarneau islands.

The walled town of Concarneau

This city, which dates from medieval times (15th and 16th centuries), was built on an island. A visit to this historic monument offers a real journey through time and the Maison du Patrimoine allows you to better understand the history and heritage of Concarneau. Our Kervastard campsite is located just 20 km from this fortified city.

With the visits and magnificent sites to see on site, Fouesnant is an excellent destination for your next vacation, even in the middle of winter. For your stay in Finistère, in Brittany, you can book at the Kervastard campsite. It is only 7 minutes from downtown Fouesnant.

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