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Penvern, a village between land and sea

Penvern Bay is formed by two peninsula islands facing each other: Landrellec and Île-Grande.

Penvern is located at the entrance of Île-Grande, straddling two communes: Trébeurden and Pleumeur-Bodou.


Ideally located on the tourist axis you can quickly access the neighboring municipalities whether by car or by bike. Some sites are even within walking distance for nice walks between land and sea.


In Penvern, from the campsite you can:


  • indulge in the joys of stand-up paddle and sea kayak
  • angling from shore or pond fishing hulls,
  • knives and clams in the bay bask in the sun in one of the small coves of fine sand
  • walk around Île-Grande
  • run along the coast for the sportiest


  • visit the Chapel of Penvern and its traditional wash-house
  • see the menhir of Saint Uzec, the largest Christianized menhir in Brittany
  • discover the covered alley of Prat ar Men Hir


  • the coves of Penvern
  • Prajou Men Hir beach
  • the beach of Kerivon


  • the bar and the grocery store of the Camping de l’Espérance
  • the Pizzeria Al Dente
  • the transports Guennec
  • the oyster workshop