Visit Île-Tudy in south Finistère
A taste of the end of the world awaits family camping holidaymakers in the south of Finistère on the Ile-Tudy; This former island territory, now a peninsula, is characterized by its superb landscapes. With its fishing village at the entrance to the Pont-L’Abbé river estuary, Ile-Tudy is sure to charm holidaymakers in Finistère;
Situated just 10 km west of Sainte-Marine, and thus of the 3-star Le Helles campsite, it is a great place for holidaymakers to discover the Bigouden region and make a stopover.
Visit Ile-Tudy and the surrounding area from the campsite
Visitors to the island can enjoy a stroll through streets rich in history, such as Rue des dentellières. At the beginning of the 20th century, this street was the site of an embroidery workshop that supplied the big names in Parisian couture to alleviate the island’s economic problems;
Visitors can also admire the architecture of Brittany, with its Saint-Tudy Church of the 18th century, its lighthouse known as La Tourelle des Perdrix and its stone fishermen’s houses or more surprising dwellings such as the Maison de la tour and its atypical dimensions. Finally, those who wish to do so can take a stroll on the beach of Ile Tudy, while others can enjoy swimming and lazing around.
Hiking around the island
Perfect for a family outing on the island, the “Le tour de l’île Tudy” hiking trail offers 6.8 km of walks on the peninsula. Starting at Le Teven, the rest of the tour takes in the island’s beaches, narrow streets andKermor pond. You may even spot several species of birds in this quiet, unspoilt setting.
Visit Ile-Tudy with your family
Take the whole family on a tour of this fishing village and discover all its secrets; Les Archikurieux is a team of enthusiastic activity leaders who are keen to offer you a fun-filled experience suitable for children aged 8 and over; On this trail, which lasts around 1? hours, you can learn more about the history of Ile Tudy through riddles, puzzles and other little brainteasers to be solved with the whole family;
The Sillon beach
After a long walk full of discoveries and visits, take the path to the supervised beach of Le Sillon and take advantage of its southern exposure; Fancy a kayak or paddle? Go to the Ile Tudy water sports centre and take advantage of their many water sports equipment rentals; The club also offers courses and sea classes for younger children!
Where to stay on a campsite near Île-Tudy for your vacations?
With its long sandy beach stretching as far as the port of Sainte-Marine, 10 km away, visitors and holidaymakers will find camping Le Helles an ideal location for a holiday in south Finistère, close to Ile Tudy; This 4-star seaside campsite offers direct access to the beach.
You can also take advantage of its two swimming pools for a relaxing swim; For a stay in a high-comfort mobile home or a more traditional camping experience on spacious pitches for tents, caravans or motorhomes, Le Helles campsite offers a warm welcome for your vacation in South Finistère. What’s more, its location means you can quickly reach Bénodet, opposite Sainte-Marine, as well as other nearby towns and villages; A wide range of activities is on offer for visitors to visit Ile Tudy and South Finistère.