Welcome to the peninsula of Crozon in Finistere, Brittany
Degemer Mat! Welcome to Brittany in Finistère, in the Armorique Regional Nature Park and at the heart of the Crozon Peninsula with its 120 km of coastline and breathtaking scenery!
An exceptional location
The Gwel Kaer campsite ("beautiful view" in Breton) is next to the sea with direct access opposite to the small port of Le Fret, once a major centre for scallop fishing, and continued today by a dozen or so shell fishermen in the roadstead of Brest.
Ideally laid out in terraces, the campsite’s natural situation provides a panorama over the roadstead of Brest with 300m of seaboard and an unobstructed view.
We welcome visitors to a relaxing, green, flower-filled setting, with flat, well separated campsite pitches and a friendly atmosphere.
Direct access to the sea with no roads to cross means that everyone can enjoy some fishing (shellfish picking, fishing from a boat or on shore), water sports (kayak, canoeing, standup paddleboarding, diving, etc.), swimming or just taking it easy!
A not-to-be-missed destination for hikers, the GR34, the most famous Brittany hiking trail, is just 500m from the campsite.
We love the camping spirit, and that's why we have dedicated most of our surface area to tents, caravans and camping cars, with a range of French-made mobile home residences overlooking the sea, and accommodating between 1 and 6 people, depending on the model chosen.
We decided not to have organised activities on the campsite so that you can have a restful holiday and make the most of the many sights and activities in the Crozon Peninsula!
Leisure activities and sightseeing in the Crozon Peninsula
A wide range of activities are on offer at the tourist offices in Crozon, Lanvéoc and Camaret, as well as the varied cultural and sports associations in the Crozon Peninsula, so enjoy yourself and go into Brittany mode - and don't forget… Everything starts at the French Land's End (Finistère)!
From local gastronomy (Kouign Amann, pancakes and Breton lobster) via the Festivals or musical events (Bout du Monde, Fêtes Maritimes de Brest, Mardis de Morgat) to our creeks and hidden beaches (Île Vierge or Pointe de Saint Hernot), geological sites (Le Fret, a remarkable part of Brittany) and sailing trips (visit to the Grottes Marines de Morgat or to the roadstead of Brest), we'll go out of our way to make your holiday a unique experience in this unspoiled region.
Our little bit extra: we are 800m from the Brest jetty, where you can set off to visit the city and Océanopolis, a famous ocean theme park - without any problems for parking.