Activities and entertainment around the campsite in Névez, Concarneau, Pont-Aven…
Take a break at Les Genêts** campsite in Névez, near Concarneau, Pont-Aven, Quimper and Quimperlé. We are ready to welcome you all year round to make sure you enjoy a peaceful and relaxing holiday in this region of thatched cottages and standing stones.
Senior citizens, adults, children, hikers, cyclists: the area surrounding Névez offers a range of activities to keep everyone happy. Everyone will find what they are looking for in this slice of countryside beside the sea.
Whether you’re a fan of walking, cycling or sailing, you will be amazed at what we have to offer you in our little corner of paradise.
Shops and services close to Les Genêts** campsite in Névez
At Les Genêts campsite, take advantage of the peace and quiet of nature whilst being just 300 m away from the shops and other services. There is a supermarket close by, if you need to stock up on food.
In the area around Les Genêts campsite, you can dip into a whole host of sporting activities, such as horse riding, tennis, sailing and other watersports (sea and river trips).
Combine camping and beach fun at Les Genêts campsite in Névez
Les Genêts** campsite, situated between Port Manec’h and Pointe Trévignon, offers you 6 or 7 km of fine sandy beaches that stretch out before you as far as the eye can see, complete with rias and rocky coves. Why not head out to Anse de Rospico, Dourveil, Kersidan, the port of Trévignon or even Raguenez, where the colour of the water looks like something you might see in Tahiti. You choose.
The commune of Névez has also been awarded the Pavillon Bleu label, the guarantee of environmental quality, for the impeccable quality of its waters.
Local festivals in the towns surrounding Névez: Pont-Aven, Quimper, and more
Throughout the year, come and enjoy festival time in Finistère: The Vieilles Charrues festival in Carhaix, the Cornouaille festival in Quimper, the Festival Interceltique de Lorient, the Fleurs d’Ajonc festival in Pont-Aven, the Filets Bleus (Blue Fishing Nets) festival in Concarneau.
Thatched villages to visit in Névez, Concarneau, Pont-Aven
Switch off from daily life. Take a deep breath of fresh air by spending time in Brittany. Enjoy a peaceful walk or bike ride and discover places of cultural interest that are rich in heritage as you pass through the various delightful villages surrounding Les Genêts campsite.
The botanical garden, islands, ports, traditional villages, cavalries and coastal paths will delight walkers and history lovers alike.
Névez: its thatched cottages and standing stones
In this region of thatched buildings and standing stones, you will be charmed by the little cottages, typical of Brittany, with their quaint architectural style.
Concarneau and its old town, with its Vauban fortifications, known as the walled town
Take a moment to stand at the fishing port or the Port de Plaisance and step inside the walled town with its Vauban fortifications and Kériolet Castle.
Pont-Aven: town of painters
Stroll along the banks of the River Aven and discover this town’s museum, windmills, the little harbour, the “Bois d’Amour” and the Promenade Xavier Grall.
Quimper: town of art and history
Lose yourself in the streets of Quimper, capital of Brittany, and visit the cathedral, the Odet River, the Henriot Faïencier pottery and the various museums.
Quimperlé and its rivers
Visit Quimperlé and allow yourself to be swept away by the High Town, Lower Town, rivers and monuments.
Douarnenez: town and port
Stop off at Douarnenez and take a look at Port de Plaisance, the port museum and the stunning bay.
Locronan: a village steeped in character
Lose yourself in the village of Locronan, a place so charming that its roofs are considered to be works of art.
The Pointe du Raz and its rocky cape
Take a stroll to the Pointe du Raz and rocky cape, shaped like the prow of a ship.