Where to head within sensible distance of Roscoff ?

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  1. Charlie

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    We land at Roscoff at 3 on Sunday afternoon and would like suggestions of a campsite within an hour and a half from Roscoff heading down along the coast.

    We a sea/ beach lovers so somewhere like that would be ace but a nice site by a river or just a nice interesting place would be fine. It doesent have to be by the sea but it would be nice.

    Either a camp site or an Aire would be great.

    Thanks.
     
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    i would go to st pol de leon. its not far . head right out to the sea and go across the highway to whats like an island . you can have a night there usually . st pol as supermarkets etc and is a nice relaxed first night .
    from there i wouldf take the d10 road to plouscat. but turn right in cleder and head out along the coast. kerfissien has a little harbour and beach also a carpark right out by the harbour . lovely spot.
    bars and restaurants in the village if you need them .
    have fun its so easy .
     
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    I can recommend Trebeurden ( turn left (east) from Roscoff. Aire is across the road from a sandy beach, tide goes out a long way and you can walk for miles, lots of rocks, rock pools etc. Town is 15 minutes away with a market on Tuesday. There is also a nice walk signposted through woods, a lot of it by boardwalk over water. €5 a night, collected in the mornings. We have been there a few times. It's aire 67 in the latest 2 book All the Aires ( hate the two books, why they had to change it, God knows) or aire 92 in the 4th edition
    Then there is Plougasnou. ( aire 97 4th edition. Aire 75 in the crappy new book). Parking opposite a natural harbour
    Don't know about campsites, sorry, we don't use them
    If you have an All the Aires book. You are spoilt for choice.
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    St Pol De Leon or Lermot.
    See my aires you tube channel link both on there.
     
  5. Charlie

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    St pol de Leon sounds great. Was hoping for something just a little more south so I can rid my apprehension of driving on the right for a while but it may take a while to disembark from the canoe and Charlie here is not great when travelling on boats.. So it's duly noted and much appreciated. I would think it's an ideal place on the return journey as well .

    Thanks very much !
     
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