This 5-star seaside resort is in southern Finistère, Brittany, in the heart of the Breton Riviera, at the mouth[...]
Bénodet’s main attraction is its four beaches. The most popular, Trez, is 200 m from the campsite, south-facing and the only one with a lifeguard. You’ll enjoy walking or cycling along the banks of the River Odet and coastal road. You can also explore the Glénan Islands and the River Odet from the water: departures are from the old Bénodet Port. This is a lively town with fest-noz festivals, a casino and free concerts in front of the fort’s mound with uninterrupted views of the sea and the mouth of the Odet. There are seafood restaurants, brasseries and crêperies along the seafront and in the town centre near the campsite.
If you want an active sports holiday in a coastal setting, you’ll enjoy the water sports Bénodet has to offer like sailing, kitesurfing, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. Explore the town’s cultural heritage via its churches, including Saint Nicolas which was added to the official historic monument register in 1928, its lighthouses (including Le Coq), its chapel (Chapelle de Perguet) and its seaside museum (which traces life and culture in Bénodet over time). Bénodet is a firm favourite with holidaymakers looking for entertainment, new discoveries, relaxation and a friendly ambiance. The promenade and esplanade are lively and lovely places to be.