Situé entre Carantec, Huelgoat et Lannion notre camping est l'endroit idéal pour visiter le Finistère Nord. Entre Terre et Mer de nombreuses découvertes vous attendent.

Situated at a crossroads between Roscoff, a town of character, the pink granite coast including Perros Guirec and Huelgoat, the 3 star Camping de la Baie de Terenez is the ideal base for exploring the charming region of Brittany. Heighten your senses – you won’t be disappointed.Brittany is renowned for its traditions, including the Breton language, its religious, cultural and architectural heritage, gastronomy and breathtaking scenery.
SMILE, YOU’RE IN BRITTANY

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GIVE IN TO TEMPTATION
Let’s leave the campsite now and head for Morlaix, the Léon and finally the island of Batz.
This is just a glimpse of what you can see and do in the area. We will show you what you can discover during your holiday, within a 30km radius of the Camping de la Baie de Terenez***, in Brittany and around Morlaix a listed “Town of Art and History”.

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Situated on the Kernéléhen peninsula in northern Finistère, the Barnenez cairn (large burial ground) represents one of the first traces of durable construction material in Europe. It is a huge, intruiging monument approximately 72 metres long, 20 to 25 metres wide in places and 9 metres tall. It is a bit like Brittany’s version of the Egyptian pyramid (but not quite so tall!)
See the official website : barnenez.monuments-nationaux.fr

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Situated between land and sea, PLOUEZOC’H is a lovely place to live. Steeped in history, you can visit the Chateau du Taureau, Barnenez Cairn and “Black island”, made famous by TINTIN!
Group Underwater Morlaix Plouézoc’h the GSMP has offices in the town of Plouézoc’h near the campsite. See the website : www.plongee-gsmp.fr
See the official website : plouezoch.fr

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From Barnenez and Carantec, you can see the Château du Taureau, a strange sentinel in the middle of the water. Following a pillaging in Morlaix in 1522, the building work on the château started from 1540 to prevent the enemy from using river. Under Vauban’s orders, a military architect under Louis XIV’s reign, the current fort was completed in 1745. It was also once used as a prison. Now renovated, the castle is open for visits.
See the official website : chateaudutaureau.com

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Morlaix is a quiet town under a viaduct known, for its old tabacco factories. Its paved streets, alleyways and half-timbered houses (Maisons à Pondalez) are what make this town so charming. There is also a lot of entertainment here during the summer.
See the official website : tourisme.morlaix.fr

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Saint Pol first disembarked on the ” island of Batz” in 525 and slew a dragon before regaining the coast : Roscoff then Saint Pol. The island became a viking base in the 9th century, then a village of Breton fishermen, before turning to market gardening in the 19th century. Today, the island has a population of 600 people and boats a mild climate which gives it lush plant life, protected from the coastal spray. For a total change of scenery you can take tour of the island which is easily done in one day.
See the official website : iledebatz.com

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NEW HORIZONS
Now you can head for TREGOR along the coast. It is in fact the river in Morlaix that seperates the two provinces, Léon and Trégor.

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Here you will find a harbour and a beach along Morlaix Bay. This cove is a natural reserve, a protected area of flora and fauna. The sailing school of Plougasnou is located here as well as oyster farms and restaurants. The GR34 marked hiking path is accessible directly from the campsite.
See sailing school website : srtz.com

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From a large rock standing 50 metres tall, with its comet tail peninsula, you can admire the stunning view over Morlaix bay. The walks around the land end and towards the Barnenez cairn are fabulous. Plougasnou’s diving centre is located not far from Diben harbour. They offer diving lessons, of course, but also swimming with seals, and discover the seabed.
See the official website : plougasnouplongee.com

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This name comes from a relic of Saint Jean-Baptiste’s finger which is conserved inthe church. Every year a Saint Jean Pardon is organised on the last Sunday of June, with a procession of people dressed in traditional Breton costumes. Mass is celebrated before the procession towards the fire of Saint Jean. The flamboyant 16th century church comprises a 15th century nave. It also boasts a beautiful bell tower surrounded by two 15th and 17th century ossuaries. A cemetry surrounds the church.

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Towards 1670, at a time when Brittany was economically propsering like it had never done before, the lords of Kerjean started a huge construction. On the site of the old manor, they built the biggest and most beautiful castle inthe area.

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The parish enclosures are one of the original features of the Finistère.
See the official website : finisteretourisme.com/enclos-paroissiaux

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Sailing school : Situated 1km from the campsite in Terenez. Sailing courses and hire of dinghy boats and kayaks : www.srtz.com
Diving and snorkelling trips : Plougasnou diving school in Diben : www.plougasnouplongee.com
Fishing : The perfect place for fishing and shellfish gathering enthusiasts.
Hiking : The GR34 marked coastal path can be reached directly from the campsite : www.randobreizh.com/a-pied_GR34.php
Riding school : 3km from the campsite, horse riding at the “Ferme équestre de Kermebel”.
Tourist circuit : Discover Morlaix Bay in a different way,” A fer et à flots”.
See the website : aferaflots.org

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