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La Foret

  • Direct access to delightful safe, sandy beach†
  • Heated lagoon style pool complex with 5 waterslides†
  • Spacious Shaded Emplacements
  • Hot Southern Brittany
  • Carisma Children’s Club
† Across a small road

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Our La Foret campsite - situated in the Brittany region of France

La Foret - Hot Southern Brittany

A small, intimate campsite with direct access to a delightful, safe, sandy beach†. Ideal for families with young children.

Direct access to a delightful, safe sandy beach†

It's a balmy hot, Brittany day, the sun's on my back as I look out into the tranquil waters of Concarneau Bay with the fine sand between my toes and the calm water lapping over my feet. I decide it's time to head back for lunch. I turn and face the glorious Kerlevan Plage with its famous white sand, one of the finest beaches in Brittany. I walk along and step straight onto our campsite with its magnificent swimming pool complex, the best in the area with its 5 water chutes and Jacuzzi. Maybe that's where I’ll spend the afternoon. I cross a small road and walk up a slight gradient and there is my spacious deluxe mobile home with its inviting decking. The Carisma homes are in a quiet cul-de-sac surrounded on 3 sides by open fields, great for the children and very safe. I can actually see the bay from my mobile home.

Ideal for family holidays

There is so much to do here, it’s the centre of historic Brittany. Yesterday we visited the magnificent wall fort of Concarneau with its restaurants and boutiques and found a great little bistro, it even had its own draw bridge complete with bagpiper. It was only 5 minutes by car. Tomorrow evening we are going to visit the ancient capital of Brittany, Quimper- just a few minutes further. The children are so happy here, there is everything for them; waterslides, windsurfing, sailing, canoeing and of course there is the famous Carisma Children’s club where they meet all their new friends.
I can now relax on my patio decking and enjoy fresh langoustines and a glass of wine. Carisma tell us that they have been here for over 30 years, working together with 3 generations of the Boustoler family who run the campsite. All those years ago they promised Carisma exclusivity and that still is the case now, just Carisma and the campsite's own French families. It makes this small, friendly campsite an absolute gem.

Strict planning regulations have prevented new campsites from being built in this historic area. There are, however, a few very good ones a little way back from the beach. But careful research will tell you that that’s where the British tour operators all masse, that may be what you are looking for, but if you are looking for something a little more unique and exclusive, and on the beach, you may look no further.

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† Across a small road

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Campsite Facilities

  • Direct access to delightful safe, sandy beach†
  • Carisma Children's club
  • Superb heated lagoon style adult pool complex with 5 waterslides†
  • Children’s pool with waterslide†
  • Jacuzzi†
  • Charcoal BBQs#
  • Spacious Shaded Emplacements
  • Small uncommercialised site
  • Children’s Play Area †
  • Table Tennis
  • Wifi
  • Games Room
  • Restaurant and bar area*†
  • Take Away Meals*†
  • Campsite Shop*
  • Washing & Drying Machines
* High season # Available free of charge- small refundable deposit required † Across a small road

Nearby Activities

  • Golf Course (800 yards)
  • Indoor Aquafun Park (4 miles)
  • Magnificent Marina Complex (800 yards)

Getting to the La Foret campsite

We recommend a Portsmouth to Caen 08:15 crossing with Brittany Ferries returning on the 16:30 Caen to Portsmouth. This will leave a 4 hour drive to and from the site.

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Distances to La Foret from airports and train stations

If you are traveling to La Foret by plane or train, here are the nearest airports and train stations:

By plane Brest
Dinard 140 Lorient 36
By train Quimper 11 Rospordon 10
  • Nearby Towns & Cities
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La Foret, Fouesnant

Distance from Campsite – 6km

This town is made up of different areas:

The marina: A 1,000 berth marina (800 yards away) at the end of a beautiful wooded inlet, hosts many smart yachts. The marina is a mecca for keen sailors and a nice way to while away the afternoon or evening. There are a few restaurants and bars, some takeaways and a couple of shops.

The town: The town of La Foret has a beautiful 16th Century church and plenty of excellent restaurants. You’ll find a few shops, including banks, a post office and chemist. On Sunday there is a lovely local craft and food market until 1.00pm.

The Old Port: A very quiet area stretching up the side of the estuary, there are some lovely restaurants here. For a special night out try the Hotel du Port.

Kerleven: A small village alongside a lovely beach made up of a few Creperies, a take away and a couple of pubs. On the beach there is a great restaurant/bar; let the kids play on the beach while you sit back and enjoy a meal with a glass of wine or two. Only minutes away from the campsite.


Distance from Campsite – 6km

A pleasant enough town though with little of great interest. In the heart of a fruit growing region it is reputed to produce the best cider in Brittany.

Just out of Fouesnant is Les Balneides, on the road to Begmeil. It is a well-designed water park with the longest water-slide in Brittany. Saunas, Whirlpools, cascades and Water chutes provide a range of both gentle and exhilarating fun.



Distance from Campsite – 7km

The third largest fishing port in France. The town itself has grown around the ‘walled town’. Inside the fort there are many shops and restaurants, (do not miss the fabulous chocolate shop!).

Things to do:

  • Visit the Walled town which is free and for a small charge you can visit the ramparts.
  • The Fishing Museum, (inside the Walled town). Open all year, you can visit an authentic trawler and there is a mini aquarium.
  • Spend the morning wandering around the Markets: Every Monday and Friday morning opposite the Fort and during high season there is a craft market on a Wednesday evening. If you are up early, The Fishing Port is the place to go. Auctioning of the fish takes place at around 6.30am (Mon to Fri).
  • Le Chateau Keriolet. A very elegant building. Wander around yourself or take a guided tour.
  • The Museum of Models and Miniatures.
  • Just south of Concarneau is the point called Le Cabellou, from here you get unique panoramic views of the ‘walled town’. Take a walk along the coast and discover one of the many hidden beaches and at the end of the point there is a Fort.
  • There are many excellent restaurants in Concarneau, of an evening there is often music and street entertainment. For lunch there are some excellent value restaurants in the Walled town, some of which often offer the catch of the day.
Beg Meil

Beg Meil

Distance from Campsite – 11km

A small seaside town, with a weekly market and nice sandy beaches. Its setting is undeniably pretty with sandy coves, dunes and rock pools. You can sail or dive here, or take boat excursions to the Iles de Glénan. Or go for a walk along the footpaths which follow the wooded shoreline towards Cap-coz.


Distance from Campsite – 14km

Not really a very exciting town, but has some good shops and the surrounding countryside is good for walking. There is also a few lakes suitable for fishing.



Distance from Campsite – 14km

Apart from its natural settings and an odd scrap of fortress, Benodet has no sights or historic buildings. However for seaside activities it is hard to beat. There is something here for everybody. Benodet has clean Blue flag beaches, a superb sailing school at le Letty and enjoys spectacular sunsets. One excursion not to miss is a trip up the Odet River, said to be the prettiest estuary in France. The best part being the wooded gorge-like scenery where sailboats must weave skilfully back and forth to avoid the banks.

Things to do:

  • Water sports: Sailing, Canoeing, Wind surfing and Kite surfing
  • Land based activities: Golf, Tennis, Hiking, Cycling and Horse riding
  • Market: A lively market every Monday from 9.00am to 1.30pm
  • Culture: Sea Museum, Chapels, Churches and Lighthouses
  • Boat Trips: From the harbour there are four daily excursions to the Glenan Islands, or go up the peaceful river Odet
  • Children: Throughout July and August there is a kids club on the beach
  • Health and Wealth: Try your luck at the Casino or relax at the Thalassotherapy
Combrit - Sainte-Marine

Combrit - Sainte-Marine

Distance from Campsite – 17km

A sheltered harbour on the estuary of the River Odet. It has several miles of safe sandy beaches. Explore the area on foot or horseback or hire a boat and take a trip up the river.

Things to do:

  • Visit the harbour of Sainte-Marine
  • Enjoy the spectacular views across the bay from The Point
  • Wander around the Parc Botanique de Cornuoaille,a feast of colours all year round. West of Combrit, just off the D44


Distance from Campsite – 18km

One of Brittany’s most charming cities. Excellent for shopping, strolling, eating and sightseeing. Well known for its pottery, with its distinctive yellow and blue design (The real stuff is all hand painted and signed).

Parking is quite difficult as it does get busy, however there are a number of car parks nearby.

Things to see:

  • The Cathedrale St Corentin: A stunning building dating from the 13th to the 15th Centuries. During high season there are some great concerts during the evening in the Cathedral grounds
  • Musee Departmental Breton: next door to the Cathedral in the Bishops Palace, has some great examples of Breton costumes and pottery
  • Musee des Beaux Arts: Fine art museum in the town hall with samples of the Pont-Aven school and some other local artists
  • Wander through the pedestrianized Old Town, past quaint stone and timber buildings
  • There are some great markets, including a permanent one indoors

Also if you are around in July, The Folk Festival (Festival de Cornuoaille) is very popular.



Distance to Campsite – 18km

A pretty area to visit. Probably the best idea is to go for a drive around. There are about thirty little villages bordered by the sea and the river Aven. Nevez is an area of contrasts: small harbours nestling at the top of creeks, fisherman's cottages with blue shutters, cottages constructed with upright granite blocks. Inside the Ste Barbe chapel in Nevez itself there are some quaint painted wooden statues and the town itself also has a number of shops selling local delicacies. Don’t miss a drive down the west bank to the village of Kerduc, there are some stunning views of the harbour.

Other villages to visit: The thatched villages of Kerascoet and Kercanic, Henan with its tidal mill, 3 fountains and arboretum, The botanical gardens of Rospico and its exhibitions.


Distance from Campsite – 19km

A tiny resort standing at the mouth of two estuaries, the Aven and the Belon. It is a very pretty setting with some lovely cliff walks from the light house. There are some lovely little unspoiled beaches to be discovered.

Pont Aven

Pont Aven

Distance from Campsite – 21km

Although Pont Aven is very touristy it is a very attractive town and well worth a visit. The tumbling river rushes past the mills over granite boulders. The mills can still be seen today, though only one of them is still working. Many of them are now art galleries in memory of the famous colony of painters, among them Gauguin, who settled here in the 1880s.

Pont Aven is a good place to shop for souvenirs, with great art, imaginative ceramics, local biscuits, cider and cake. And of course the Gauguin T-shirts, Posters, postcards and fridge magnets!

Don't miss:

  • The walk through the Bois d’amour, a well-liked artists spot in the beech and chestnut woods above the village
  • The Charming chapelle de Trémalo, which contains the inspiration for Gauguin's Christ Jaune, a vividly carved sallow crucifix in the Nave, and the lopsided eaves of this woodland chapel nearly touch the ground

To see more works of the Pont Aven School visit Pont Aven’s Museum.

Downstream from Pont Aven, the river Aven is one of the most beautiful in Brittany. The best way to see it is by boat, try The Bell Angele, a replica 19th Century coastal vessel known as a Caboteur.

Iles de Glénan

Iles de Glénan

Distance from Campsite – 25km

The Glenan Islands are famous for their bird life. The island group consists of some nine Islets ranged around a lagoon of calm water called La Chambre.

Several resorts run a regular boat service to the Islands, allowing a day or half a day to explore. From Concarneau there is a hydro jet service that takes you there in 25 minutes. Otherwise longer trips go from Benodet, Begmeil and La Foret. There are many packages on offer including a glass bottomed boat trip, snorkeling and kayaking.

Visitors land in St Nicholas which takes about 1/2 an hour to explore on foot. There are limited facilities on the islands so you need to take a picnic. This is an expensive trip but anyone who has been says it is worth the money.

Pont l’Abbé

Pont l’Abbé

Distance from Campsite – 25km

A busy market town with limited attractions. (Market day is Thursday). There is a castle, which houses a museum of local history. You should also visit the Maison du Pays Bigouden, a traditionally furnished farmhouse of lime washed stone. Whilst here you should visit the domed 14th Century church of Notre-Dame-des-Carmes.



Distance from Campsite – 28km

Probably the only reason to search out this tiny hamlet is to eat oysters. To find the oyster beds, head for the North bank via Riec-sur-Belon. Gourmets should seek out the deceptively simple bar-restaurants whose delicacies include local mollusc such as Chez Jacky.


Distance from Campsite – 30km

A pretty village with many chapels and churches, the pretty countryside makes it a relaxing place to spend the afternoon.



Distance from Campsite – 32km

A fishing town with over 12kms of beaches. Famous for its langoustine. It has 5 safe sandy beaches, 0ne with a children's club during the summer. At 5.00am every week day there is a fish auction at the Harbour. At 6.00am during the summer the tourist office runs guided tours of the fish market.

Things to do:

  • See the Perdix lighthouse, the Le Gall fish canning factory, the fountains and wells
  • The Romanesque church, dating from the 11th and 12th centuries
  • Kerazan Manor, a typically Breton Manor house of the 16th and 18th centuries, with English style landscaped gardens. An important collection of Breton paintings and Quimper pottery must be visited


Distance from Campsite – 34km

Some claim that it is the prettiest town in Brittany. Roman Polenski used it as the film set for his version of Tess of the d’Ubervilles. The whole of the small town is pedestrianized and you have to park your car in a field just outside it the ‘old town’ is confined to a magnificent cobbled square surrounded by a perfectly preserved assembly of Renaissance merchant’s mini-mansions.

Locronans prosperity derived from sailcloth manufacture, which equipped all of the fleets of Europe, until Louis XIV abolished their monopoly and the town’s economy collapsed.

The church in the square is a striking building dedicated to St Ronan, inside there are some beautiful stained glass windows and a lively carved pulpit depicting many scenes of his life.

Every year the locals celebrate their patron, St Ronan by re-enacting his daily penitential climb up the hill in full local dress. This is known as La Petite Tromenie. Even if you are not there during the season it is worth walking the 240m to the top of the hill just for the views.

There are now many craft shops from wooden toys to local line, from health foods to art galleries.



Distance from Campsite – 35km

The fast flowing rivers Elle and Isole converge and rush noisily through this old town. A steep hill divides the split level old town.In the lower town The church of Ste. Croix is quite unusual in design and surrounded by rivers and bridges. The streets near the church have some striking houses. In the upper town, the church of Notre Dame de l’Assomption. A solid gothic church in the main square.



Distance from Campsite – 35km

A pretty coastal commune with 14km of varied coastline. There are many places to visit and lots of activities:

  • Fishing, pleasure boating, sea and river trips. Walk or cycle the surrounding countryside on the sign posted footpaths or cycle paths.
  • There are pretty chapels, standing stones, cavalries, fountains and bread ovens!
  • During the summer there are guided tours of the chapel of St Philibert.


Distance from Campsite – 36km

Has a rugged, foaming coastline with beaches of fine sand and picturesque little harbours. Here you will find the notorious beach of Plage de la Torche, which is best seen in a gale! Popular with surfers and windsurfers but not recommended for swimming.

The Breton culture is still in evidence here today and you can still see old-fashioned methods of farming and spot the older women still wearing their curiously tall coiffes (hats!).



Distance from Campsite – 41km

‘One town, three harbours!’ Not surprisingly many of this towns attractions have a nautical theme. Take a walk along the Boulevard and enjoy the magnificent views over the bay, Tristan Island and the Estuary.

Things to Do

  • The Ship Museum; located in an old canning factory and has an exceptional collection of French and foreign fishing boats
  • The Floating Museum; a presentation of a series of small boats
  • Rosmeur Port; The 6th most important fishing port in France. The unloading starts at 11.00pm and the auction at 6.30am
  • Elliant
  • A large rural community, nestling in the valley of the river Jet offering peace and tranquillity amongst the rolling hills
  • But the main reason for coming here is the Parc Odet Loisirs: You can spend the whole day in this wonderful park. There is something here to keep both adults and children happy for hours: 7 hectares of walks, rope bridges, trampolines, huge slides, a giant baby foot table, pedalos, rowing boats, a bouncy castle, a hedge maze, a cable slide and much much more
  • There are many picnic areas around so take your own food, you can get drinks and ice cream but not much food


Distance from Campsite – 57km

A pretty fishing village built around the harbour. Have a wander around the little streets and enjoy a seafood lunch in one of the restaurants on the harbour front.

Things to Do

  • Planete Aquarium: The children enjoy the “touchy feely” section of the aquarium and the bird show is excellent.


Distance from Campsite – 94km

A pretty inland port of medieval gold-stone houses and narrow streets. The most interesting building is the church of Notre-Dame-de-Roscudon, it has 3 beautiful lacy gables. Inside there is a remarkable woodcarving of the Last Supper in the chapel and some fine stained glass windows.



Distance from Campsite – 52km

The town is in the centre of a magnificent harbour and is a credit to its maritime life.

Things to Do

  • Museum of Fine Art, Symbolist paintings & works from Pont Aven
  • Take a walk along the Cours Dajot, a promenade built by convicts with great views over the harbour
  • Have a look around the Castle, the only pre-war part of Brest left
  • Inside the castle there is a Musee de la Marine, with scale models of boats and ships
  • Spend the day at the Conservatoire Botanique du Vallon du Stang, one of Europe’s most prestigious botanical gardens
  • Oceanopilis, several giant aquariums recreate the underwater life along the Brittany coast (About 1hr from La Foret)
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Odet Loisirs Amusement Park

Odet Loisirs Amusement Park: 29370, Elliant

Distance from Campsite – 29km.

Lying around a lake, the Odet Loisirs amusement park is a manageable size and ideal for an outing with children. It has fifty different activities in total. With the ball pool, bouncy castle, trampolines, monkey-bridge, and a zip line 175m above the water, kids will really be able to play to their heart's content. Your little rascals should also love the tree houses, maze and the latest additions - a water slide and a lighthouse to climb. This park is on a manageable scale, ideal for a family outing with children. You can stop for lunch at one of the picnic areas scattered throughout the site.

Karaez Aadrenaline

Karaez Aadrenaline: 29270, Carhaix

Distance from Campsite – 60km.

Come to this wonderful green setting on the banks of the Hyères River in Carhaix and test your balance among the treetops. Six different level trails are offered (one of which is open to children aged five).

La Récré des Trois Curés Amusement Park

La Récré des Trois Curés Amusement Park: 29290, Milizac

Distance from Campsite – 96km.

In Milizac, near Brest, La Récré des Trois Curés guarantees a really fantastic family day-out. There are plenty of attractions to choose from with the slides, giant trampolines, 1900s merry-go-round, Niagara ride, boat rides, mini farm, Pirate ship and teacups. The 25 metre high Big Wheel opened in 2008 provides a breathtaking view over the entire park. What’s more, it’s popular with young and old alike. Once you’re in the gondola, you’ll be softly cradled upwards on a peaceful ride. If you take the ride at dusk you'll see the wheel light up - it's a wonderful spectacle. Spend a whole day at the park to really make the most of the place. You’ll find many picnic areas as well as wooded areas offering a stroll in the shade.


Haliotika – La Cite de la Peche: 29730, Guilvinec

Distance from Campsite – 29km (at the entrance to Biscarrosse Plage)

A day in the life of a fisherman, behind the scenes at one of France’s biggest fish auctions, how to prepare and cook with fish... It’s all here at Haliotika where you can find out all about a fish’s journey from the ocean to our plate.

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