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Campsite on the Emerald Coast

If you wish to visit the C么tes d’Armor during your holiday, The camping in Paimpol is ideally located between the Emerald Coast and the C么te de Granit Rose.

Whether your stay with us is for a week or a fortnight, you’ll appreciate our ‘home base’, which allows you to organise your days of sightseeing, without having to make long car journeys.

Le Neptune is only 1 hour and 15 minutes from the Emerald Coast, where you can spend a pleasant day and have all the pleasure (and time!), to visit this magnificent part of the C么tes d’Armor.

Campsite rental on the Emerald Coast

Enjoy your holiday at camping Le Neptune, ideally located for visiting the C么tes d’Armor. Halfway between the C么te d’脡meraude and the C么te de Granit Rose.

Go for a long walk.

With its generous nature and exceptional heritage, discover the Emerald Coast from the campsite. You will follow this magnificent coastline, passing through Pl茅neuf Val Andr茅 as far as Cap Fr茅hel, continuing towards the town of Dinard, which has been awarded the label “town of art and history”, and then you will go down to Dinan and why not take the road towards Saint Malo. On the way, take a break in Saint Suliac, an old fishing village, one of the most beautiful villages in France.

Rent your Mobile Home, Chalet or Cottage at the Emerald Coast campsite, a quiet and green campsite. We are located between land and sea, far from noise and crowds, a restful holiday, a relaxing holiday.

A small family campground where your children will flourish in complete freedom. A camping near Ploumanac’h or a simple hello, is a promise of a smiling day.

Enjoy the entertainment (July/August), the animals on our mini-farm, the heated sanitary facilities and all the services offered by our camping at the Emerald Coast.

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Visit the Emerald Coast from the campsite

The Emerald Coast. It starts in Cancale and ends at Cap Fr茅hel, and is located only 1h15 from the campsite.

Another part of the C么tes d’Armor to discover not far from our camping near Br茅hat. The C么te d’脡meraude (why Emerald? simply related to the colour of the sea, so imagine…!), a paradise for hikers, whether you’re on foot, by bike or on horseback…a walk full of colours…

It stretches over some forty kilometres. There are 350 kms of marked paths including the GR34.

A magnificent landscape, a generous nature (what luck!), not to mention a very rich heritage, city of sailors and navigators a few minutes from the campsite.

Top 3 things to see on the Emerald Coast

Don’t miss out near the Emerald Coast campsite:

  • Cape Fr茅hel. The cliffs overhang the sea at more than 70 metres. Cape Fr茅hel is a site classified as an “ornithological reserve”, its cliffs of schist and pink sandstone offer one of the most beautiful views of Brittany. On a clear day, you may be able to make out the Channel Islands of Jersey.
  • Fort La Latte. near Cap Fr茅hel. Come and visit this magnificent 14th century feudal castle also known as “Ch芒teau de la Roche Goyon”.

Fort La Latte is one of the most visited castles in Brittany, its building has retained: its dungeons, its drawbridge, its dungeons…. It is thanks to its authenticity, Fort La Latte is a very popular site where many films have been shot.

  • Saint Castel le Guildo. A charming little resort, with its small fishing port and numerous fine sandy beaches (as well as its little secret coves…), as well as a green hinterland, with wooded valleys.

Fishing on the beaches of Lancieux and St-Jacut-de-la-mer…. Unfathomable green, pink sandstone cliffs, white shores, golden dunes, setting sun….

Its colours and landscapes have inspired painters of all eras.

For more info on the Emerald Coast & walking ideas.

Cities around the Emerald Coast