In southern Finistère, and more precisely in the Pays Bigouden region, discover Loctudy! Situated close to Pont l’Abbé (5 km) and Bénodet (7 km), this is an ideal destination for a day out during your stay at the Bénodet campsite. With its pleasant walks, beaches and water sports activities, this is a great place to spend time with family and friends.
Loctudy campsite: stay between sea and river
Walking in Loctudy
On arrival, walkers will be delighted to discover the entrance to the Rivière de Pont-l’Abbé, linked to the sea. Their walk will take them to the harbor, where they’ll be able to observe the Perdrix turret, recognizable by its black-and-white checkerboard, erected at the entrance to the harbor to facilitate boat navigation.
Its location between the sea and the river makes it the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely stroll in one of the wind-sheltered coves of fine white sand that line its shores. Opposite the town is a stretch of land that gives access to the superb Île-Tudy beach.
Explore the history of Loctudy
Visitors to Loctudy can also discover the village’s architectural and historical heritage. Among its most remarkable monuments, don’t miss a visit to the Manoir de Kerazan dating from the 16ᵉ and 18ᵉ centuries.
Discover culinary specialties
Last but not least, day-trippers will have the opportunity to take a gourmet stroll and sample the famous Demoiselles de Loctudy scampi, much appreciated by locals and holidaymakers alike. They will be added to the list of Finistère culinary specialities (plougastel strawberries, Pont-Aven galettes, etc.).
With so many attractions to choose from, it’s hard to resist a relaxing day out at the Bénodet campsite, just a stone’s throw from Loctudy.