CAMPING-CAR PARK AREA OF CLÉDER
Le Poulennou 29233 CLÉDER
1/01 - 30/04 : 9,00 €/24h
1/05 - 30/09 : 11,00 €/24h
1/10 - 31/12 : 9,00 €/24h
Parking 5h + services : 5 €
+ tourist tax : 1/01 - 31/12 : 0,50 €/nuit
Booking's informations ×
2 booking modes are possible:
For travellers who appreciate planning their trips beforehand: this booking mode is available from 6 months to 48h before the arrival date. Your booking is valid from 12 pm on the first day to 12 pm on the last day.
Last-minute booking, known as "Securiplace"
This mode allows you to book a pitch the same day you arrive (exclusively available on our website). Your reservation starts from the moment you have paid your booking online until 12 pm the next day or the day you've chosen. You can arrive on the area as soon as you have received the confirmation.
In all the cases, the maximum stay on an area is of 21 consecutive days.
The CAMPING-CAR PARK area of Cléder is accessible through the POULENNOU campsite’s East entrance. It is located a hundred meters from several beaches – including the splendid Amiets beach.
Open: All year round – 24/7
GPS coordinates: 48.691896 -4.119523
Attention: Wi-Fi is momentarily unavailable on the Cléder area
The CAMPING-CAR PARK area of Cléder is accessible through the POULENNOU campsite's East entrance. It is located a hundred meters from several beaches - including the splendid Amiets beach.
An exceptional landscape of nature and sea where you can find peace and rest.
20 pitches, all supplied with electricity.
At the centre of the Côte des Sables and its 11 km coastline, Cléder draws its charm from the diversity of its landscape. Come relax for a while, practice water activities or hike along its pleasant coastal paths (GR34) that reveals a varied panorama mixing splendid fine sand beaches, to small whimsical rock cloves, protected dunes and wonderful sea lakes…
Known for its granite land, Cléder has many extraction sites of this natural resource and it is home for many stone masons. History and Architecture enthusiasts will be fulfilled by the many buildings ranging from cavalry monuments to castles, not forgetting the Maisons des Douaniers (Customs officers Warehouse), that dates back to Vauban's period.
This wide area, ground for vegetable crops and a heather plant production, Cléder is renowned for its footpaths and bicycle circuits brimming with a "sea" of artichoke, cauliflowers, hydrangeas, rhododendrons and camellias…
At the table, the local savors are not less impressive. You'll be able to taste the region's natural food thanks to its products from the sea (Brittany's blue lobster, spider crab, crabs, shellfish, lottes, sea bass, mackerels, algae…) and from the land (artichokes, Roscoff onions, "AOC" & "AOP", cauliflowers…). Typical North Finistere's "pot-au-feu", the "Kig ha Farz" is a sheer delight. On the other hand, the sweets shouldn't be forgotten. The crepes, "kouign amann", "far breton" and the famous "pastès" or "pastechou" (local brioche) are specially tasty!