Here, on the coast of Leon or coast of the sands, come and discover a calm and relaxing place lulled by the sea air of the Breton seaside.
Camping Ar Roc’h is one of the closest campsites to the French Sea. Indeed, our locations and mobile homes are glued to the coastline with a breathtaking view of the seaside. You will be able to enjoy the views of the water directly from your accommodation in the campsite.
Our beautiful wild coast of the North Finistère offers you multiple landscapes more magnificent than the others.
On the lazy side, you have a choice… Our Breton coast is full of small coves perfect for calm, but also large white sandy beaches like the beach of Amiets in Cléder or the beach of Porsmeur in Plouescat.
If you’re sporty, you’re in water sports heaven. Many spots are ideal for surfing, kite-surfing, windsurfing, stand-up paddle or kayaking. Don’t hesitate to put on your wetsuit at the Dossen beach in Santec or at the small creek near Beg Tanguy in Moguériec.
For those who are more down to earth but like the pleasures of the seaside and the beach, you can practice sand yachting or, during periods of low tides, discover the joys of fishing on foot and the fauna and flora of our beautiful coast.
On the GR34, you can see some wonderful coastal hikes. You can discover a seaside overflowing with protected natural spaces. At the start of our Arroc’h camping,go to the splendid Dunes of Theven Pen an Dour in Plougoulm, walk to the Palujous in Cléder to observe the birds, or walk to the Pointe de Pen an Théven in Plouescat and admire the splendid view of the dunes of Keremma and the Coast of Legends.
Finally, for foodies, the good thing about the seaside in the Finistère is that you can buy fish, shellfish and shellfish directly from fishermen. At the foot of the campsite, for example, on the port of Moguériec, on the return of the boats or on the old port of Roscoff, near the pier for the island of Batz.