To discover during your stay with us


Located 5km from the campsite, the village of Plomodiern and its surroundings offers all services for pleasant holidays: shops, supermarket, restaurants, services … You can visit its many chapels and churches. By exemple : Ste Marie du Menez -Hom’s Chapel or St.Corentin’s Chapel in Plomodiern. From the summit of Menez-Hom, culminating at 333m, you will discover a breathtaking view of the Douarnenez’s Bay . Enjoy the charms of the bay, during pleasant hikes from the Camping de Pors Ar Vag. Many events take place in the summer in Plomodiern. By exemple : the Ménez-Hom Festival during the week of August 15th. Fest-noz, regional entertainment, concerts and folklore parade


Small character’s town. Locronan is a small village that has kept all its authenticity and its charm. Located 10 minutes from the campsite, do not miss this old pagan place worship! You will visit its church, discover the legend of Saint-Ronan, the craft of many local artisans, its market stars … Every six years is held at the Locronan, one of the largest processions in Britain 12 km long: the « Grande Troménie » which will take place on 2019. Locronan was elected one of the most beautiful villages of France.This town is famous to be the filming place of many films like : A very long Engagement, of Jean-Pierre Jeunet in 2003.


Small town located about fifteen kilometers from Plomodiern. Châteaulin is known mainly for the Aulne river or named “channel of Nantes to Brest” long of 385km. You can visit the Notre Dame’s Chapel, dating from the 18th century. It has got the view of the Aulne’s valley where it is possible to see the salmon migration.

Crozon Peninsula

Crozon-Morgat is a small seaside resort in the Menez-Hom Land at 20km from Plomodiern. On the peninsula and its small towns, you will discover beautiful natural areas such as the Goat cape or Tas de Pois ( strange rocks) . Camaret, close to Crozon, discover the second megalithic site of Brittany.


Douarnenez is a small fishing port located à 20 km from the campcite. It is famous for its port-museum : the Port-Rhu and its boat museum. Nearby, you will also reach the Pointe du Raz, one of the most famous places in Brittany.


City of arts. Your stop at Quimper will take you to the famous faience Henriot, known for its Breton bowl marked with a name. After a short cruise on the Odet, do not miss the heart of Quimper St. Corentin cathedral and the Museum of Fine Arts or the Breton museum.

Far enough or not !

For day trips. Do not miss Oceanopolis, the aquarium of the sea and the oceans in Brest. The islands which line our coasts like Ouessant, Sein or the Glénans or the seaside resorts of southern Finistere.

Brittany, land of events

Finistere is famous for its musical and feasting events: Les Vieilles Charrues, the Bout du Monde Festival, the Festival interceltique de Lorient or the maritime festivals of Brest and Douarnenez.