Camping les Pins is located on the north coast of Brittany, less than 1 Km from a sandy beach and within easy walking distance from the campsite. The level road to the beach can easily be done on foot or by bike.

Camping Les Pins is attractive and very natural. The tropical leisure pool with a beach, waterfall, river rapids and whirlpools was built just three years ago! There is also a covered and heated indoor pool. Moreover you can try fitness, tennis or basketball at Camping Les Pins and for welcome relaxation there is a jacuzzi or the sauna. The children can live it up in the playground or at the children’s club at Camping Yelloh! Village Les Pins, or go on adventures in the unique Breton countryside among the rocks by the sea with crabs, lobsters and fish!

Camping Yelloh! Village Les Pins is a lovely holiday destination for a camping holiday with plenty of healthy sea air. The fishing harbour (known for its St. Jacob’s mussels), shops, and restaurant in the small town of Erquy are close by. Great days out in the area around Camping Les Pins can be had at the rugged La Latte fort, often used as a film set, and the historic town of Saint Malo. The drive there through the rugged Breton landscape is an experience in itself!


Walkers and cyclists alike will enjoy exploring the coast on the ten mile coastal path, that takes youalong the Cap d’Erquy, through unspoiled dunes, beaches and moors. From Cap Frehel to Cancale, there’s stunning views of the Côte d’Émeraude (Emerald Coast). It is home to popular resorts such as St Malo and Dinard as well as small fishing towns like Saint-Suliac.


Multisport ground
Table tennis
Horse riding
Waterslide section
Outdoor uncovered poolOutdoor covered pool
Children’s pool
Children’s Club
Fantastic pool complex


Nearby – 10 mins walk


Steam room
Communal TV room
Wifi access

Food and drink on site


Accommodation at Camping Chateau lez Eaux

Cap Frehel provides of the most beautiful panoramas in Brittany and is also an ornithological reserve,home to cormorants, gulls and penguins. Finally, the path reaches the 14th century Fort de La Latte, which can still be visited, so don’t forget your binos!