Absolutely lovely beach area and facilities. Well thought out and everything you need to hand. Very picturesque.
We often come here with the Grandchildren, and at all times of the year, lovely sand, safe bathing and even some rocks to climb, never mind the boating and views.
lovely beach here. there is a sailing school which looked excellent. You can book it for during the school holidays and I think they speak a little english but if your children dont speak some french I guess they may feel left out. book in advance if you plan to do this, but if you are French, it looked absolutely... More
Lovely walk down to the beach, although may be too much for some to manage the walk back up the hill. The day we visited was a beautiful, sunny September day and the views were lovely. The beach had few visitors, probably gets packed in the summer!
Lovely area and kept very clean. Free parking next to beach and shops and restaurants offered a great range.
A partly sandy,partly rocky beach. good for going crabbing with the kids
great beach to start from, sea kayaks can be hired really cheaply and safely to try ( harder than it looks to stay straight!), or sit and enjoy the views. if you walk along the coast path just 5 -1o mins around the headland is an even better sandy beach that was deserted when we went, even though it was... More
We often go to Brittany on the ferry from Plymouth. We found this little coastal community one day when we were using the northern route back from Morlaix to Ste Paul-de-Leon and on to Roscoff. There are apparently seven beaches of which Plage do Kelenn is probably the biggest and is our favourite. We have usually driven down to the... More
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