Located in the seaside town of Lancieux on the enchanting Emerald Coast, Campsite Le Villeu attracts families looking to savour a relaxing holiday by the beach in Côtes-d'Armor . This delightful destination of Brittany is situated a stone’s throw from the sea and is easily accessed from the port town of Saint Malo, making it a great place to enjoy a camping holiday in northern France .
There is a peaceful ambiance that flows through the friendly site, which can be strongly felt at the swimming area of Le Villeu. Covered to allow all-weather use, the heated pool comprises of three interconnect bowls of various depths ensuring all members of the family can enjoy a swim. When the sun shines, campers can lay down on the loungers that occupy the terrace just outside the pool area.
Even though there is a strong focus on relaxation at the resort. Those of us that don’t like to break into too much of a sweat can enjoy a game of ping pong or traditional French boules. Young holidaymakers will savour time spent at the pony club and the outdoor playground, while entertainment to enjoy as a family in the evening usually consists of live music and theme parties.
Other useful services offered for your convenience include Wi-Fi and baby kit rental.
In the emplacements of the campsite, which are green and well-shaded, you will find a selection of accommodation options that include modern mobile homes. The spacious living areas and useful amenities within will ensure you have a comfortable and convenient stay.
A highlight of a sunny stay at Le Villeu will be your chance to spend a day or two at the nearby beaches, as well as exploring the beauty of the Emerald Coast. The campsite is ideally located just 700m from Briantais beach, where you will find soft yellow sand and pristine water. As well as offering windsurfing & kitesurfing, the beach at Plage Saint-Sieuc has soft sand and beautiful views.
For holidaymakers who arrive at the resort with a car, or intend to hire one, we’d recommend planning a day trip to Saint Malo, a charming port town with numerous attractions. Along with a scenic beach, the best things to see and do in the town include the National Fort, Champs-Vauvert Cavalier castle, the House Quebec history museum, the Micro Zoo and Les Remparts de Saint-Malo.
For an interesting day trip into the heart of the region, consider a visit to Dinan, a traditional Breton town noted for its enchanting streets and half-timbered houses. The sightseeing highlights of the town include the Castillo de Dinan medieval keep, Saint-Sauveur Basilica, the Rue du Jerzual medieval street and Château de la Conninais.
From 08/07/2023 To 01/10/2023
Dogs and cats allowed