The Glénan Islands, the ideal holiday destination!
With its waters renowned as the clearest in Brittany, its narcissus unique in the world and its sailing school famous throughout Europe, the Glénan archipelago is never short of arguments to enchant its visitors. From Concarneau, Bénodet or Loctudy, the crossing takes only an hour, yet still gives you the impression of having travelled to the ends of the Earth!
And when you’re not playing explorers, you’ll be free to enjoy all the advantages of staying on a Sandaya campsite: bathing in the covered and heated swimming pool, outdoor sports and leisure, a relaxing break on the terrace of your fully-equipped mobile home or snorkelling off the beaches that border your campsite in south Finistère. Relax and enjoy, Brittany and its islands have so many surprises in store for you!
Visit the Glénan Islands with the family
On land or sea, an armada of activities await you and the family in the Glénan archipelago! If the crystal clear waters invite you to take a dip as soon as you arrive, they are also unbeatable for observing the sublime sea bed. Grab the kids and set off for a trip aboard a glass-bottomed catamaran to admire the spectacle without getting wet!
Watersports fan? Opt for a canoe trip around the islands of Saint-Nicolas, Bananec, Drénec and Cigogne. Let each reveal its own little corner of paradise, between stretches of white sand and turquoise lagoons!
Visit the Glénan Islands as a couple
Fancy treating yourselves to an awesome getaway off the Brittany coast? Take your significant other on a cruise to the Glénan Islands and fall under the charm of this magical spot!
Set in the heart of a Natura 2000 listed site, the Glénan archipelago is a veritable refuge where nature reigns supreme. To fully take the measure of its beauty, walk to the highest point on the island of Saint-Nicolas to appreciate the breathtaking view over its enclosed sea, an enchanting spectacle, picture perfect for a special photo before you leave!
Camping Glénan Islands: our handy tips for a successful stay
The ideal moment to visit the archipelago? Between April and June, the height of the flowering season for the Glénan narcissus!
Sailboard, catamaran, sailing dinghy, kitesurf... It’s time to hit the water with Les Glénans, Europe’s largest sailing school.
To discover all the secret corners of the archipelago, treat yourself to a nature trip accompanied by a guide who knows all the answers!
Travelling with baby? Thanks to the boardwalk, you’ll have no trouble getting about with a buggy on the island of Saint-Nicolas!