Walking holidays for singles, couples or 2 friends
We can accommodate up to 2 people in our caravan, but the Brittany coast path is the ideal place for a single's walking holiday. A safe, tranquil place to walk, with us looking after the logistics.
Walking alone is a great way to experience a landscape. But come with a friend, walk as a couple; all are welcome and we'll be in the background to help.
We can cater for larger parties, but extra guests would be under canvas.
Our accommodation solution
Our solution to the thin spread of traditional accommodation on the Brittany coast path is a completely equipped caravan fitted with a quality, king-sized, double mattress. We move the caravan to the next coastal campsite whilst you walk.
We provide everything you'd expect in an established camp: windbreaks, awning, outside furniture, wifi, electric hook up, bikes, barbecue (with fuel), full kitchen facilities, bedding and towels. Everything will be set up for you with your shopping done and in the fridge.
Campsites offer perhaps the best accommodation solution for walking the Breton coast, with enviable locations often bordering the GR34 coast path.
Using our caravan and the coastal campsites eliminates the need for unpacking every day and the ferrying inland to B&Bs, maintaining the pleasure of being right by the sea.
In the evenings you'll be able to take a stroll on the beach, watch the sun set over the sea, explore further on the bikes we provide, or have a dip. There will be no need for you to use vehicles for the entire break (except some short ferry rides).
Whilst you hike Brittany's coast path, what do we do?
We only cater for one group at a time. We tow the caravan with our Eriba campervan, which also provides our accommodation. We stay on the same campsite as you, but you have your own pitch and privacy. We deal with all the admin. So you arrive at camp and relax.
We set up your camp at the next campsite each day. This includes a classic Dutch caravan, full kitchen facilities, an awning, outside furniture, a barbecue (including the charcoal) and all the equipment you'd expect in a well-planned camp.
We provide all bedding and towels, including beach towels.
We will do food shopping for you as well as laundry and collecting items from the pharmacy. Campsites are often in beautiful locations not necessarily convenient for shops. We can source organic and gluten free products.
We can help with reservations for restaurants and taxis, if required.
If you would feel happier knowing that someone knows exactly where you are and have a smart phone with GPS we recommend downloading the free app Viewranger. Using the "buddy beacon" feature will allow us to pinpoint your location.
We provide WIFI, via a device which gives you a secure, portable WIFI hotspot for up to 10 devices. This uses the provider with the best local coverage and, included in our pricing, comes with 1GB of data allowance (about sufficent for 2000 emails). Should you require more capacity an additional 1GB costs €10.
We provide 2 bicycles (plus helmets, lock and high viz) for exploring or fetching bagettes. Please note bicycles are not allowed on much of the GR34 coast path.
If you prefer, we can transport your own bikes (2 bikes maximum).
What's the coast path like underfoot?
The GR34 is a well maintained, decent path, but there are ups and downs. There are brief sections where you have to negotiate rocks, rough steps and there are often tripping hazards in the form of roots and rocks.
Caravan accommodation 2018*:
One person €100 per night
Two people €120 per night ...€60 per person/night
Rest day (extra days at same campsite) deduct €40.
Extra guests, under canvas, email us for quote.
Prices based on a minimum of 3 nights. We have no standard start day.
Under cover, private parking is included if you are doing our itinerary.
*2019 prices will be posted at the start of January. Bookings for 2019 received before 31st December will be charged at 2018 prices.
The campsites' and therefore our season is short in Brittany, usually 1st May to mid-September.
Camping costs are included in the costs quoted for caravan accommodation.
The 1 night in B&B, if you are doing our south Finistère itinerary, costs the same as a normal camping day.
Food, laundry costs and taxis you may choose to use are not included.
If entitled, you should ensure your European health insurance card (EHIC) is up to date. This gives you the same reimbursements as a French citizen, in some cases only 70% of the costs; you must, therefore, ensure you have separate, personal travel insurance cover.
A 10% deposit will secure the dates you want. Payment can be in pounds or Euros. If you pay in pounds we will apply the current exchange rate.
We will email you a PayPal invoice, or you can pay by bank transfer.
Getting to Finistère's coast path
Our south Finistère itinerary is conveniently accessed by the TGV. Trains from Rennes to Quimperlé run regularly and take about 1 hour and 45 minutes.
At Concarneau, you are a brief taxi ride from Rosporden which is on the same TGV line. The journey to Rennes taking about 2 hours.
The Crozon has no stations, but SNCF run buses from Quimper which is on the same line.
If you are a foot passenger on the St Malo ferries, trains from there connect at Rennes.
Rennes has flights from many international destinations, including many from the UK. Flights are also available to Dinard in the north of Brittany, near St Malo, from London Stanstead. A limited summer service may be available to Brest in Finistère from Birmingham or Southampton.
If you come by car to walk our itineraries, we arrange covered, private parking; the cost of which is included in the daily price. Crozon is 50 miles from Roscoff and 150 from St Malo. Le Pouldu is 100 miles from Roscoff and 130 from St Malo.
Fuel is most often sold at supermarkets with service stations something of a rarity.
Please be aware that on 1st July 2018 the speed limit was reduced from 80 to 90 km/hr on roads with no central reservation.
ryanair flights to Dinard
Map of flights from Rennes