The archipelago of Les Sept Îles
Trégastel, the ideal holiday destination!
An exceptionally mild climate, a landscape that defies the laws of balance, an unspoilt coastline where sandy beaches and little creeks follow each other to infinity... Trégastel on the Côte de Granit Rose is certainly no ordinary seaside resort! And it’s for the exceptional setting of this little port in northern Brittany that we invite you to enjoy a break on a campsite with every comfort, where entertainment, bathing, relaxation and discovery are all there at your fingertips.
Just the two of you or with the whole tribe, come and stay in one of our fully-equipped mobile homes or on a tree-planted pitch. Heated swimming pools, waterslides, outdoor leisure and sport for holidaymakers of every age... On a Sandaya campsite you’ll have everything you could want to ensure your holiday will be a total success!
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Visit Trégastel with the family
Beaches of fine white sand, beaches with a view, sheltered beaches or those with direct access to the islands of the Armorican archipelago, Trégastel offers every choice when it comes to spending a day with your feet in the water! Which is pretty good news considering that is exactly what the kids love best. And the beach they’ll really adore exploring is La Grève Blanche, lifeguarded in high season and with a pretty view towards the Île aux Lapins!
To combine both natural and historical heritage during your stay in the Côtes-d’Armor, head for the famous Kerguntuil dolmen just south of Trégastel, one of the largest in the region. Dating back over 4,000 years, it makes the perfect spot for a journey through time!
Visit Trégastel as a couple
In addition to its 13 beaches bordering the Côte de Granit Rose, Trégastel also opens the door to inland Brittany, so let loose your inner explorer and head off for the best of green tourism. Set out for a romantic visit to the lush green Les Traouïero valley along the Kerougant, the little stream that marks the boundary with Perros-Guirec. An almost fairytale chaos of pink granite boulders partially hidden amongst the fabulous vegetation: certain species have been growing here for more than 300 million years!
Then, at the end of the afternoon, return to the coast together to watch an amazing spectacle. From the Renote peninsula, the panorama over the English Channel and the blocks of pink granite becomes truly magical as the sun begins to set!
Camping Trégastel: our handy tips for a successful stay
For an unspoilt view of the Château de Costaérès, head for the Tourony beach with the kids!
Weigh anchor and set sail for the archipelago of Les 7 Îles, a nature reserve and home to 25,000 pairs of nesting birds!
Dive into the mysterious sea depths of the Trégastel Aquarium, where the pink granite rocks literally form part of the scenery!
Bewitch your taste buds and enchant your eyes at the same time when you sit down at a table on the terrace of the Coz-Pors beach!