Baie de Térénez
Tours in Brittany
Brittany is also a land of moors and forests awaits the visitor who will enjoy the charm of her beauty revealed. Unknown, northern Brittany remained authentic and preserved while offering a variety of landscapes and a rich treasured heritage in picturesque cities. Your campsite La Baie de Terenez is in the heart of Brittany Finistere North.
Baie de Térénez
Brittany for family and children
On holiday at sea, the pleasure is the beach and all water activities but sometimes the weather is not optimal, so what to do with children?
We have chosen to present some fun and cultural ideas for your kids to do in Finistère.
All are within less than one hour of camping Baie de Terenez.
Treasures of Morlaix Bay
At the heart of the side of pink granite, the crossroads between Roscoff town character and Perros-Guirec protected natural site, the site of the Terenez Bay is the place dreamed base from which to explore this part of Brittany which will reveal many of its charms. Put awaken all your senses, you will not be disappointed. Trégor, historical region of Brittany offers visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the heart of the Breton roots with his tongue, still taught in schools, and all its cultural, religious, architectural, historical, gastronomical, environmental a unique wealth. La côte de Granit Rose (the pink granite coast), known for its beautiful pink rocks awaits you and will amaze you. We offer an overview of what you can see within 50 kilometers from the campsite *** La Baie de Terenez to discover the treasures of the pink granite coast; This is to give you a taste of the holidays in Brittany that you can spend unforgettable and especially in the beautiful bay of Morlaix, countries labeled “Country of Art and History”. Nothing will stop you once installed at the campsite to explore further the Breton country that offers visitors a multitude of sites to visit.
Best cities in Finistère and Côtes d’Armor
The north coast of Brittany, by its strategic location, has many cities that have been important in the past. The traces of this turbulent history gave the Breton towns a specific character. Facing the sea and at the same time drawing their resources in rural areas, marked by the very strong impression of the church, these cities are full of surprises, unusual tours and architectural treasures.