Camping - Fouesnant – 15 Km – Brittany
Fouesnant-Les-Glénan is a widespread town boasting breathtaking coastal and countryside scenery. Stretching from Cap-Coz to Mousterlin, Fouesnant has a choice of beaches, from long sandy beaches to small coves. Fouesnant is also renowned for its apples and cider.
Cap Coz is a long finger of sand pointing in the sea protecting Port-La Forêt harbour and an inlet called Anse de Penfoulic. The stretch of sand at the end of the bay of Concarneau is a great family beach, ideal for swimming and shellfish gathering at low tide. There are also a number of unusual bird species to be seen in the area and a rich fauna and flora in Anse de Penfoulic.
Beg-Meil : « Pointe du Moulin » in breton. Beg Meil is located at the entrance to the bay of Concarneau, opposite Pointe de Trévignon. It lost its mill to a semaphore which is very active and has served in numerous rescue and defense missions. Beg-Meil boasts a number of pretty, discreet coves which you will discover along the coastal path or from your kayak. You will also come across some beautiful villas along the GR34 coastal path.
Located a few kilometres from the beaches, Fouesnant town centre is a nice place to wander around and has a good mix of boutiques and restaurants.
Wednesday morning in July and August : Beg-Meil, Kervastard car park
Friday morning: town centre, Place du Général de Gaulle
Saturday morning: organic market, Place de l’Eglise