- Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
The Owner Says
Our pre-erected safari tent means you can enjoy a traditional camping holiday without the need to bring your own tent or cooking and sleeping equipment. You sleep under canvas on a slatted frame bed and on a comfortable mattress.The Canvas lodge tent measures 5m by 5m on a wooden floor of 5m by 7m. It has a sturdy metal and wood frame, and is made from coated cotton fabric which is breathable. This means it is warm when the nights are cooler and cool during hot sunny days. It is also completely waterproof.The tent comprises 2 bedrooms ( one with double bed, and one with two singles) a living/dining/kitchen area and an exterior, covered, wooden terrace. with garden furniture and barbecue. The kitchen is equipped with a 2 ring gas hob, microwave, electric kettle and fridge. There are washing, toilet and laundry facilities in the nearby shower block. All pillows, duvets, bed-linen, cutlery , crockery etc are provided. The price includes gas and electricity, wifi and car parking
About Camping de la Pointe
We welcome tents, campervans, caravans, and well-behaved dogs (kept on leads). Large groups are accepted by arrangement.
NearbyChâteaulin, a stroll along the river from the site, is a lovely, floral riverside town, good for a weekly market and supermarkets, restaurants, tennis, and heated indoor swimming pool. There is a centre there that hires out kayaks, canoes and pedalos for use on the calm waters of the River Aulne, which forms part of the 200 miles (315 km) of the Brest–Nantes canal. Beaches, water sports, and sand-yachting are 10 miles (16 km) away. Quimper, the medieval capital of Finistère, is a 20-minute drive away. Brest is about 40 minutes away, and that’s where you’ll find the Océanopolis aquarium (0033 2 98 34 40 40), a great for a family day out. There’s also an excellent open-air boat museum, Le Port-Musée, in Douarnanez (0033 2 98 92 65 20).
Food & Drink
Boulangerie deliveries mean you can guarantee your pain au chocolat for breakfast, and fresh eggs and fresh vegetables are available, too. On Thursdays in high season it’s crêpe night on site, but otherwise there are special ways to enjoy Breton crêpes close by. The Crêperie St Côme (00 33 2 98 26 55 86), on an old farm at St-Côme, near Pentrez beach, has 580 different crêpes to choose from. In Châteaulin Le Miniscule (00 33 2 98 86 28 66) is an easy-going, friendly pizza and seafood bar/restaurant, where moules frites are alway good. L'Entourage is the newest restaurant in town with a small but excellent menu - gourmet burger being a speciality.
Camping de la Pointe is located at La Pointe, 29150 Saint Coulitz, Finistere, France
It’s about an hour’s drive from Roscoff, but if you’re coming from Rennes take N12 and then change to N164, signposted Quimper. Once you get to Châteaulin drive down to the river in the centre, cross the bridge, and follow signs to Quimper on D770. After 1⁄2 mile (1 km) turn left, signposted St-Coulitz, and the campsite is 110 yards (100 m) further, on your right.