Open from 19/04/2024 to 05/10/2024
Campsite Brest » FAQ


How do I book?

You can book on our website, by email or by telephone on

How do I get to the campsite?
  • You will find signposts to the campsite at each exit of the Nationale 165. We are 16km from Brest Bretagne airport and 15km from Brest SNCF station.
  • For cyclists and hikers, the campsite is at the bottom of a 2.5km descent, so we recommend that you take the car route rather than the bike GPS. The bus stop is also 2.5km from the campsite.
Evening/day events?

The campsite only offers entertainment during the summer school holidays. Our family entertainment includes concerts, karaoke, bingo and pancake evenings. During the day, we offer: Breton dancing, guided tours offered by the campsite, massage and relaxation time offered by the campsite, etc…..

Activities for children and teenagers ?

During the July/August school holidays, the children’s club is open free of charge from 10.30am to 12pm for sports and fun activities. Unfortunately, we currently have no specific facilities or areas for teenagers.


Free WIFI throughout the campsite


Visitors must report to reception if they wish to visit one of our campers. Visitors do not have access to the facilities (swimming pool and games) or to the evening entertainment.

How do you pay?

You can choose between cash, cheque, bank card or holiday vouchers.


Pets are allowed on the campsite (with an extra charge of €3 per day for pitches and €6 per day for mobile homes) (except for category 1 and 2 dogs), but they must be kept on a lead.


On arrival, a deposit of €250 will be required in the event of damage or noise after 10.30pm.


Reception is open from 9am to 12pm and from 3pm to 7pm in low season, and from 9am to 1pm and from 2pm to 8pm in July and August.

Group bookings (+ 8 people) ?

We are unable to accept group bookings as the campsite is not suitable for this type of group and we do not have a meeting place. As we ask for total silence until 11pm at the latest, we don’t want to disappoint you or cut your evening short.

Minors unaccompanied by their parents?

Minors must be accompanied by their parents or legal guardians throughout their stay.

Why camping Saint Jean?

The campsite is ideal for those wishing to visit the region. We are ideally situated for day trips to the north coast, Le Conquet and the Crozon peninsula, all within 45 minutes of the campsite. Brest and Océanopolis are 10 minutes away, and the various viewpoints and ports of Plougastel are 15 minutes away. The campsite is situated on the water’s edge, ideal for fishing, walking or kayaking, but not for swimming.


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