Camping in Saint Brévin les Pins
Saint-Brévin-les-Pins, a charming green town by the sea
When you arrive at the campsite to invest in your pitch or mobile home rental, you will discover Saint-Brévin-les-Pins. If this is your first visit, you should know that this peaceful town has many attractions other than its large pine trees sheltering the houses from the summer sun. First of all, there are 8 km of fine sandy beaches just a stone's throw from the campsite. The Rochelets beach offers a wide range of water sports (kite-surfing, windsurfing, catamaran...) or moments of idleness in the sun punctuated by swimming for a refreshing holiday with family or friends. Saint-Brévin is also the famous Plage de l'Océan or the Plage de l'Ermitage with their bars, restaurants and children's playgrounds. Between the shops, all kinds of leisure activities and the many events during the summer period, you will not miss anything during your camping holiday in Saint Brévin.
Visiting and walking in Saint Brévin during your camping holiday
Discover the town of Saint-Brévin at your own pace and let yourself be carried away by the charm of this pretty seaside resort. There are plenty of bike rides to explore the town and its surroundings. The beautiful landscapes of the Côte de Jade, between pine forests and the Atlantic Ocean, will give rhythm to your bike rides along the coast. Venture into the Pierre Attelée forest, a dune forest that gives access to the beach and meet the Menhir de la Pierre Attellée in the heart of this soothing natural setting. The Vélocéan cycle routes and the Loire à vélo (cycling route) which links Cuffy to Saint-Brévin-les-Pin are within your reach and will allow you to visit unique and unusual places.
Rosalia hire is also available for a peaceful tour of the town. When the sea is low, fishing is available to all, and you'll find beautiful razor clams and other seafood buried in the wet sand. Look for the little holes in the ground to find them. On the beach of Saint Brévin, another animal (inedible this time) is permanently enjoying the Atlantic coast: it is the Ocean Snake! It is a 130-metre aluminium sculpture representing a sea snake skeleton. This work of art designed by Huang Yong Ping surprises tourists and is appreciated differently depending on the tides that more or less cover this majestic animal. During your walk in the seaside resort, don't miss the charming market of Saint-Brévin, it will bring you its share of scents and delicious dishes to bring back to the campsite for a tasting with friends or family. Classic but equally enjoyable activities such as going to the cinema, ice rink, bowling, go-karting, disco and even the casino are also possible in St-Brévin-les-Pins.
Near your campsite in St-Brévin
There are many other destinations and outings to do not far from our campsite in St-Brévin. The Légendia Parc (formerly the Sentier des Daims) in Frossay is a beautiful zoo with over 400 animals. Brown bears, wolves, foxes, servals and even farm animals are waiting for you about twenty minutes from the campsite. At the Ocearium in Le Croisic you can admire more than 4000 fish and marine species, including superb sharks! As for Planète Sauvage in Port-Saint-Père, its tour by car close to the animals will delight young and old.
Finally, the advantage of staying at our campsite in Saint-Brévin is that you can enjoy all the advantages of this superb seaside resort, and the many activities of the campsite while being close to the essential towns of the Loire-Atlantique region, such as Saint-Nazaire, Nantes, or Pornic, the emblematic town of the Pays de Retz.