Glénan Archipelago

Glénan archipelago

Les Glénan, a small paradise opposite Fouesnant

A holiday with a Seychelles feel while remaining in France, that's what the Glénan Islands offer. This archipelago of 9 main islands and small islets is the ideal place to enjoy a tropical holiday in Brittany.

The archipelago covers almost 144 hectares and is surrounded by clear turquoise water and beautiful white sandy beaches. Saint-Nicolas is the only island in the archipelago that can be visited and inhabited.

Come aboard the Vedettes de l'Odet and buy your tickets at the campsite reception ! Our receptionists will be able to give you the best advice on discovering this exceptional natural heritage ! From April to September, departures are scheduled from Bénodet, Concarneau, Loctudy, Pors-la-forêt and Beg Meil.

Classified Natura 2000 since 2002, it is a paradise of preserved fauna and flora. The Glénan Narcissus is a characteristic variety of the archipelago. Threatened with extinction in the 1950s, a nature reserve was created on Saint Nicolas Island to protect it.

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