The Raguenez beach, an essential port of call during your holiday!
If Brittany doesn’t immediately bring to mind an exotic décor with turquoise lagoons and fine white sand, you can be certain that the Raguenez beach will make you change your mind! With its crystal waters, long strip of soft fine sand, low cliffs with their decorative greenery and rocks that barely break the surface of the water, the Raguenez beach in Névez gives a picture postcard impression of paradise in Polynesia!
Just a few kilometres away, your Sandaya campsite also has a host of surprises in store. Here, sand and sea are replaced by the heated, open air or covered swimming pools of the vast water park! After all the fun of shooting down the waterslides, it’s time to dry off and enjoy a game of pétanque, a tennis match or a ride on horseback, in the Finistère sunshine. And the kids? They’ll be attacking the bouncy castle or trying all the new activities in the free mini clubs. After a delicious break at the campsite restaurant, the stage lights switch on and it’s time to party; that’s also what Sandaya holidays are all about!
Visit Raguenez beach with the family
We all know that a stay in Brittany means a holiday with your toes in the water! And we also know that your youngsters haven’t a minute to waste: so, with mask and snorkel in your bag, towel and swimsuit over your shoulder, you’re all ready to conquer the coasts of Brittany! First stop: southern Névez where the gently shelving Raguenez beach reveals all its sublime beauty. As soon as they see its white sand and turquoise waves the children will immediately imagine themselves far away, living a fabulous adventure in an exotic country!
Visit the Raguenez beach as a couple
With its desert island scenery, the Tahiti beach has you yearning to set sail for far horizons? Weigh anchor from Névez and treat yourselves to a romantic trip on a famous three-master!
There are so many islands to discover, from the little Île de Raguenez, that you can walk out to at low tide, to the innumerable pearls of the Breton archipelago. Call into the harbour on Île Saint-Nicolas, queen of the Glénan Islands, where new shades of blue add their sparkling beauty to the seascape! Perfect for a programme of bathing, lazing and watersports. You prefer a good walk? Enjoy a tour of the island on foot and fall under the charm of its emblematic flower: the famous Glénan daffodil!
Camping Raguenez beach: our handy tips for a successful stay
Vary the viewpoints: seen from the coastal path, Tahiti beach is even more sublime, particularly as the sun sets!
Keep your eyes wide open: in clear weather you can just see the outline of the Île de Groix, another priceless jewel to visit!
Explore the gorgeous bay of Douarnenez and sample the delicious local shellfish in one of its 4 ports!
ove paddling your own canoe? Head for the Devil’s Rocks in the heart of the Breton countryside!