Brittany’s landscapes are as varied as they are spectacular. It’s a region of great diversity, full of natural landscapes, seascapes, and heritage, inhabited by Neolithic men! Walking helps you discover Brittany’s many species of flora and fauna, as well as its history – including Megoliths, Dolmans, Ancient Mills and Chateaux - and the best places are often found off-road!
Whether it’s the dramatic coastline, or hidden valleys, there are lots of tracks and trails to explore. La Ranolien campsite lies on the Cotes D’Amor in Northern Brittany, probably best known as Le Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast), a huge area of conservation with its weird and wonderful rock formations, small coves, and offshore islands. For nature lovers, the Sept-Iles - a boat trip away - is a fantastic area for sea birds from May to September, and you can also visit the nearby Bird Station on Ile Grande. Walking on the coast would not be the same without an appreciation of the amazing sea life surrounding you, so why not visit a sea aquarium to find out all about it on the Tregastel walk, close to the campsite.