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Les Capucines is a well-maintained and peaceful campsite near Lannion which is part of the family- and nature-focused group, Sites et Paysages de France.
The campsite has large pitches, separated by hedges and spread across four hectares of landscaped grounds. Located only 1.5km from the beach, we will give you a warm welcome and a quiet, friendly atmosphere to make you feel at home.
There are plenty of on-site activities for the whole family to enjoy: a swimming pool with retractable roof, a multisports area, a children's playground, games room with table football and ping pong, mini golf and a bar with TV, offering lunchtime and evening takeaway meals from as little as €6. French and English books are available in our library.
Wifi access is available free of charge: just ask us for an access code. Our shop offers a range of groceries, bread, croissants, ice creams, swimming suits and much more. A laundry with two washing machines and a tumble dryer (tokens €4 each) is also available for guests to use.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Tents for hire
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Fully serviced pitches
Motorhome service point
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Surf school nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
Take the A11 to Le Mans, then the E50 to Guingamp and after going through Guingamp take the D767 to Lannion. From there, take the D786 towards Morlaix and Brest and continue on this road. Approaching St Michel-en-Grève take a right turn, signposted Camping 300m. Continue to the crossroads and turn right, following the signs for Kervourden: the site is a short distance along this road, on the right.
Take the E50 to Morlaix then take the D786 towards St-Michel-en-Grève and Lannion. Go through St Michel village and after a few bends take the road signposted 'Camping 300m' on your left. Follow as per above directions.
Welcome to Trégor and 'les Côtes d’Armor’ - make the most of your stay in our beautiful area! Trégor is one of the nine historic provinces of Brittany and covers the north west of les Cotes d’Armor and the north east of Finistère. Its principal towns are Lannion, Morlaix, Perros-Guirrec, Guingamp and Tréguier.
Its coastline on the Bay of Lannion (between Mont St Michel and la Pointe du Raz), is bordered by the rocky outcrops of the Pink Granite Coast and its cliffs. Our campsite is in Tredrez-Locquémeau which is bordered by the sea to the north and the west.
The village of Locquémeau itself lies just beneath the Pointe du Dourven: on one side there is a large beach (Notigou) and on the other side is a small beach (Kiriou), the harbour and the Pointe de Séhar.
The cliffs at Trédrez to the west are a classified site while to the south lies the pretty seaside resort of Saint Michel en Grève, well known for its long sandy beach, and historic buildings, particularly the mariner’s cemetery.
There are plenty of things to do in the area:
- Walks along the GR34 and Voie Romaine coastal footpaths.
- Sports including sea kayaking, sailing, sand yachting and windsurfing at Plestin les Grèves watersports activity centre.
- Places of interest to visit such as Rosambo, Kergrist, Tonquédec, the mill at Crech Olen and numerous chapels, churches and churchyards.
- A wide range of cultural and leisure activities at very reasonable prices are available at the Cap Armor Centre.
Nearby leisure facilities include the watersports centre at Plestin les Grèves, Saint Samson 18-hole golf course at Pleumeur Bodou and riding stables. The natural, unspoilt coastline has a wealth of different scenery: La Lieue de Grève, Tredrez cliffs, Locquémeau fishing harbour, the spectacular Pointe du Dourven, and le Yaudet.
The offshore islands of Bréhat, Batz and the Sept Iles archipelago with its bird reserve are well worth a visit. Explore the nearby Pink Granite Coast and the resorts of Trébeurden, Trégastel, Ploumanac’h and Perros Guirrec and enjoy walking along the coastal footpath known as the chemin des Douaniers (GR34).