Tel : 02 99 88 34 64

Camping Le Pont Laurin

La Vallée Gatorge

35800 Saint Briac sur Mer - Bretagne

Tel : 02 99 88 34 64

lepontlaurin@ouest-camping.com

Exceptionally: pitches for camping / caravanning closed for the 2020 season

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Camping Map

Opening dates of our camping Le Pont Laurin

Mobil Home Resident : From 1st March to 15 November

 

Camping / Caravaning : Closed for 2020 season

 

 

 

 

 

Around the campsite near Dinard

The campsite surroundings

Experience the invigorating, natural environment and relaxed atmosphere of our campsite situated on the edge of the Frémur estuary in northern Brittany.  Our site is well known by hikers who enjoy the numerous marked walking trails, the GR34 coastal path that stretches for 14km (3½ hrs) and country paths.

The marina, 8 beaches, yacht club, golf course, walking trails, excursions, folk festival, art festival, riding school, tennis, sports centre and Brittany’s rich heritage (Mont Saint Michel, Saint Malo, Cancale, Fort la Latte, Cap Fréhel, Jersey, Guernesey, Channel Islands etc) will ensure that your holiday at the Camping LE PONT LAURIN will leave you with everlasting memories.


 

CAP FREHEL

The Cap Fréhel, a legendary site and ornithological reserve dominating the beautiful blue-emerald green sea, offers breathtaking views that you will never tire of.

 

 


The Cap Fréhel is a wonder of nature and one of the most impressive sites in Brittany with cliffs towering over the sea 70 m high.
It stretches from the Pointe du Grouin at the east to the Ile de Bréhat at the west.  On a clear day you can sometimes see the Channel Islands.

The illustrious Fort la Latte stands to the right of the Cap.
This old lighthouse, or Vauban Tower, was built in granite during Louis 14th’s reign and designed by Simon Garangeau.  It was originally lit using coal and later fuelled by fish oil.
Today’s lighthouse, which emits light for 110 km and stands 103 m tall, was built in 1950.
At the top of the 145 steps, you can see Paimpol’s land-end at the west and Groin’s to the east.  At night, you can even see the lighthouse’s lamp from La Corbière and from the south-west of Jersey, 50 km offshore.