Camping St Yvi

Situated in the Finistère department of Brittany, between the popular tourist destinations of Quimper and Concarneau, Saint-Yvi is a town boasting a rich architectural heritage that’s surrounded by gorgeous rolling countryside. Wander through quaint streets and find enchantment in the green setting of the town, as well as taking the chance to explore the Breton coast. It’s the ideal destination for a relaxing camping holiday in France.

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Le Bois de Pleuven
12 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean
Family campsite in lovely forest
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools and water slide
Plenty of activities, sports and fitness classes
£199From: £163
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
22 accommodation types available
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Camping holidays in Saint-Yvi

Activities aplenty await you on a camping escape in Saint-Yvi, whether you find them in the town itself or the green countryside around it. Verdant woodland, wide open spaces cleansed by fresh air and criss-crossing waterways are the mark of the Vallée du Jet, located to the north of Saint-Yvi. In the opposite direction, explore the hills of Saint-Yvi, which rewards climbers with breath-taking views of the Glénans Archipelago that sprouts from the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

What are our best campsites in Saint-Yvi?

A top destination in Saint-Yvi, Campsite Le Bois de Pleuven is a 4-star camping located within a charming woodland setting, ensuring guests can enjoy a peaceful and serene stay. The enviable location of the campsite between Concarneau and Quimper allows holidaymakers to discover typical Breton towns as well as the captivating coastal stretches of beautiful Brittany.

An outdoor pool indoor pool, paddling area for little ones, water slides and a spacious sun terrace make up the swimming complex onsite, while a multi-function sports arena sets the scene for football matches and basketball games. Active campers will also have the chance to play badminton and ping pong.

As the campsite has a dedicated children’s club, Le Bois de Pleuven is an ideal destination for families with youngsters. The evening entertainment at the site is also geared towards families, and adds to the sociable and relaxed atmosphere. To ensure you have all you need at your fingertips, the campsite has a wealth of amenities and services such as including a takeaway, pizzeria, fresh bread delivery service and bar, while restaurants and shops can be found a short walk away in Saint Yvi.

With serene and well-shaded emplacements, our accommodation options ensure guests can enjoy a private and peaceful stay. Relax in spacious and well-equipped mobile homes or laze around on sun terraces after a day of discovery and adventure in Finistère

What are the best things to do while camping in Saint-Yvi?

Book your next holiday in Saint-Yvi and look forward to a varied vacation with the chance to amble through green countryside, to wander through age-old villages and to explore beautiful coastline so typical of Brittany.

As the town of Saint-Yvi is quite small, the best place to find tourist attractions is in the surrounding towns of the region. In the much-loved coastal town of Concarneau, visitors can spend a day by the sea on the soft sands of the beaches at Plage des Sables Blancs and Plage des 4 Sardines. After some down time at the beach, you can explore the touristic highlights of the town such as the Closed City of Concarneau medieval fortress, Marine Biological Station and Concarneau Marinarium museum, Château de Keriolet and Manoir du Moros.

The largest town in the region is Quimper, which offers yet more cultural and historical sightseeing opportunities, and is a great place to learn about the traditions of Breton life. The best things to see and do in the town include the Quimper Beaux Arts Museum, Saint Corentin Cathedral, the Breton County Museum, Retraite Botanical Gardens and the town's Petit Train.

If you intend on staying in Saint-Yvi and will arrive there by car, you have the option to plan day trips further afield, to discover many of Brittany’s top attractions. Among the best things to see and do, we’d recommend a visit to the standing stones of Carnac, the Glénan Islands, the Gulf of Morbihan and Suscinio Castle.