Set amidst rolling heathland and looking out to spectacular sea views, 5 star Campsite Le Châtelet is a small but perfectly formed site that has been carefully developed to make the most of its stunning setting on the Cotes-d-Armor of Brittany.
As well as enjoying direct access to sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, the campsite has a small pool complex that is surrounded by hedges and fragrant flowers. Featuring a covered and heated swimming pool, the complex is a great place to relax or enjoy aquatic recreation with the family. At the site’s centre is a picturesque small lake, a tranquil oasis for relaxing, or watching the local wildlife.
During a stay at Le Châtelet, holidaymakers will have the chance to enjoy a variety of activities from sports such as football, volleyball and table tennis to family-friendly things to do such as mini golf, cycling trips and bocce ball. In high season, children will be captivated by the fun and freedom of the Kid’s Club, where they can enjoy beach trips, mini-Olympics, treasure hunts and much more.
Adults will find plenty to do at the resort as well, whether they like to keep fit at the outdoor gym or go hiking on the famous GR34 trail. In the evening, family-friendly entertainment takes place at the spacious bar and typically features dance evenings, family karaoke, cabaret shows and even quiz evenings.
Open between mid-June until the end of August, the Oulala Snack Bar offers nice lunches and dinners, while the bar is the perfect place for refreshing drinks. The onsite shop features a bakery section, newsstand, produce aisle and bazaar selling beach stuff and souvenirs.
Terraced grassy emplacements look across the bay to the ancient hilltop Fort-la-Latte, and ensure that campers experience a private, peaceful and altogether tranquil stay at Le Châtelet.
The site is set on a stretch of the Emerald Coast, a ten-minute walk from the seaside town of Saint-Cast-le-Guildo. The resort offers many restaurants and bars, with a few shops to roam around in. A steep path and steps from site lead 300 yards down to Plage de la Pissotte which is ideal for swimming and rock pooling.
The Cap Fréhel lighthouse is a magnet for children and the walk from St Cast should only take a few hours. A visit to Saint-Malo, and its Grand Aquarium to watch the sharks’ mealtimes, provides an interesting day out. The Zoo de la Bourbansais at Pleugueneuc outside Dinan (19mls) is home to some wonderful, rare animals.
From 15/04/2023 To 15/09/2023