The beach at Yelloh! Village L'Atlantique
BeachesDirect access to the beach, 400 m from the campsite.
The campsite's beachLeaving the campsite through « Flamants » row, you can reach the beach directly along a 400m long shady path which takes you to "Cleut Rouz". The 4km stretch of beach stretches from “Pointe de Mousterlin” to “Pointe de Beg-Meil”. It is bordered by dunes separating the Mousterlin marshlands from the ocean.
The Mousterlin marshlands are a protected “Natura 2000” site, and are currently undergoing hydraulic works to restore the original qualities of the lagoon. Transformed into a polder between the two world wars, the marshlands lie fallow today and are partially silted. The installation of new valves on the dam of “Cleut Rouz”, among others, will lead to a process of resalinization and allow the marshlands to regain their biodiversity.
Cleut Rouz beach faces south-east. It is the ideal spot for windsurfing when the wind comes from the west, south-west, south-east and east. At low tide, the beach is popular with families with young children, due to the gentle slope and low water level, making it easy to watch over the children.
Other beaches near the campsite:
Kerambigorn beach in Beg-MeilLocated just before Beg-Meil headland, Kerambigorn beach has maintained a wild side. A beautiful dune of marram grass and blue thistles shelters you from the wind. In the distance you can see the Glénan islands.
Cap-Coz beachThe beach of Cap-Coz will almost make you feel like you're on a tropical beach; it is lined with pine trees which give you welcome shade. Cap-Coz (old cape in breton) is a narrow strip of sand that ends to the east by a small rocky island, well protected from the prevailing winds from the headland of Beg-Meil.
Letty beach in BénodetThe Letty beach, also known as Mer Blanche (White Sea) faces the dunes which stretch to the Mousterlin headland. This preserved natural lagoon, is a breathtaking sight.
Kerleven beach in La Forêt-FouesnantKerleven beach is great for shellfish gathering at low tide. At high tide, it is ideal for swimming.
Sables Blancs beach in Concarneau
Sables Blancs beach is the biggest beach in the bay of Concarneau. Here, you will appreciate the peace and quiet, the fine golden sand and clear water. It is also good for windsurfing.
Beg-Meil covesBetween Beg-Meil and Cap-Coz, discover the small coves ideal for sunbathing sheltered by the rocks.
Kerler beach in Mousterlin
Kerler beach is located in Mousterlin. Since 2004, Kerler beach is recognised as a naturist beach (1000 metres) from 01/05 to 31/10. This beautiful white sand beach with a gentle slope is ideal for families.
Cleut Rouz beach in MousterlinCleut Rouz beach is located a little further along from the Grand Large. From this beach you can walk or cycle to the campsite through the marshlands.
Just after the Mousterlin headland towards Beg-Meil. This beach stretches for 4km and starts at the Grand Large. There is an excellent restaurant offering a breathtaking seaview.
Grand Large beach in Mousterlin
Trez beach in BénodetLocated in the heart of the coastal town of Bénodet, this huge beach offers a range of activities and services for all ages: catamaran, windsurfing, Mickey beach kids' club from 3 to 14 years old, swimming lessons, hire of private beach huts...
Sainte-Marine beachThe splendid beach of Combrit-Sainte Marine (5km of fine sand) begins at Sainte Marine headland and ends at Ile Tudy. This beach is heaven for children and families.
Sheltered from the currents, with wild areas and other more popular areas, there's something for everyone!
photo : Mr Alexandre Lamoureux.