The 4-star Camping du Poulquer is in central Bénodet: a famous 5-star seaside resort. It’s 200 metres from the most popular big beach (Trez) and near Le Coq, Saint Gilles and Le Letty beaches. All the beaches are within walking distance. Anyone who loves the sea, beaches, fishing, water sports or going on trips out will be in heaven here. A cinema, spa and casino are all within 800 metres of the campsite. The campsite has its own snack bar, bar and small grocer’s. Shops, businesses, brasseries, restaurants and a supermarket (5 minutes’ drive) are all nearby. The 4-star Camping du Poulquer will delight guests with its 186 sunny or shaded pitches covering over 7 acres of green space from 05/05/2020 to 20/09/2020.
Offering a relaxed and peaceful family feel, the 4-star Camping du Poulquer has a water park with a covered pool, balneotherapy, Jacuzzi, counter-current system, hydromassage chairs, a free sauna and hammam (open 05/05/2020 to 20/09/2020) and an outdoor pool with a children’s pool and slides (open 01/06/2020 to 05/09/2020).
At this campsite, you can stay on a tent pitch, motorhome pitch (free dump point and electricity hook-up, minimum 1 night) or caravan pitch (bring a European plug adaptor for electricity) in the heart of nature. We also offer a wide range of mobile homes so you can choose the right accommodation for you. Our fully equipped mobile homes are comfortable and intimate spaces for your holiday. These different models can sleep various numbers of people depending on whether you’re on holiday with your family, partner or friends.
Bénodet makes a great base from which to visit places in Brittany: the Breton coastline with its fine-sand beaches, idyllic islands, coves, ports and other delights; Bigouden (Sainte-Marine, Pont l’Abbé, Pointe de la Torche, Penmarch, Loctudy and more), Quimper (capital of Cornouaille), Pointe du Raz, Concarneau, Locronan, Pont Aven and the list goes on… Trips go from Bénodet Port to the Glénan Islands (heavenly white-sand beaches with turquoise waters), while cruises sail along the River Odet past its banks with their châteaus, manor houses and forests – with the option of stopping off in Quimper. The little “Petit Bac” ferry also takes people across the Odet in a few minutes to reach Sainte-Marine and Bigouden.