If you’re looking for a campsite in Brittany where you can take your own tent, motorhome or caravan then Camping le Chatelet could be the one for you.
Set amongst heathland this small yet beautiful campsite has breathtaking sea views giving you the best that Brittany has to offer.
Pitches are varied with some looking out across the bay whilst others look towards an ancient hilltop fort. Although fairly small, Camping le Chatelet still manages to fit in some great facilities with two pools, a lake suitable for fishing, a bar, takeaway, shop and even evening entertainment in high season.
One of the best things about Camping le Chatelet is it’s close proximity to two wonderful beaches Fresnaye and Pissotte, although care must be taken with the steep path to Fresnaye.
Camping le Chatelet can be booked as pitch only or alternatively through Canvas holidays with full accommodation provided.
Book Camping le Chatelet now from only £171* for 7 nights!
Activities at Camping le Chatelet
Family swimming pool, children’s swimming pool, table tennis, boules, fishing, volleyball, pool tables, go karts and a playground.
Please note that some activities may be chargeable.
Facilities at Camping le Chatelet
WiFi, shop, take away, bar, evening entertainment, games room, television room, washing machines and baby baths.
Travelling to Camping le Chatelet
- Caen: 191km
- Calais Ferry: 539km
- Dieppe: 375km
- Le Havre: 288km
- St Malo: 37km
- Roscoff: 161km
Book Camping le Chatelet*
- Open dates: 24/05/14 – 12/09/14
- Campsite size: Small
- Children’s clubs: On-site run children’s activities
- Nearest beach: 300m
- Nearest river: N/A
- Nearest lake: Direct Access
*Price shown is based on 7 nights duration including accommodation. Please note that prices will vary and additional supplements may be applicable, depending upon the date of your chosen holiday.
Things to do nearby
There are plenty of great places to see and things to do nearby to Camping Le Chatelet and so below you’ll find a few of our favourites.
Saint Brieuc is home to some wonderful Breton architecture with some timber buildings that date back to the 15th and 16th centuries. The towns cathedral also dates to the 14th and 15th centuries and offer visitors to see some relics of the towns founder who was a Welsh Monk and who the town is named after.
St Malo boasts a great range of things to see and do and is a great place to visit. The town was nearly completely destroyed during WW2 but was painstakingly rebuilt to it’s former glory. A climb up to the ramparts of the walled port will provide some wonderful views and the local aquarium is also a great day out for all the family.
Dinard is an elegant seaside resort which gained popularity in the later part of the 19th century right up until the 1930’s. The town was once a small fishing village however first wealthy merchants from St Malo and then the rich and famous made Dinard a popular resort like Nice and St Tropez.
There are plenty of stunning houses in Dinard and the resort also has several lovely beaches which are great for families.