If you book a pitch or a mobile home on our campsite on the Breton coast you will benefit from a great location, starting with a direct access to the beach: from the campsite, you are close to long beaches with fine sand. Days of sunbathing and swimming ahead!
If you want to fish, dive or stroll along the coast, Benodet has it all!
If you want to enjoy a quick swim, the Trez beach seems like the perfect place, with its showers and beach cabins. And what about the Saint-Gilles beach with its rocks? Fishing at low tide will be so much fun!
Then, if you want a piece of advice: do not leave Bénodet without visiting the Letty beach! With its lagoon and its translucent waters, it’s a well preserved little paradise!
Discover the wide range of mobile homes available in your L’Escale Saint-Gilles campsite, and rent your dream location for a pleasant stay close to the beaches.
Are you coming with your family? If so, we offer various types of mobile homes that can accommodate up to 6 people: 2 or 3 bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen, living room, half-covered wooden terrace…
Choose the range that suits you best: our Sunêlia Prestige, with parental ensuite and kids bathroom, our Cottages, for couples or families of 4, or our Loisir mobil-homes, for families with young children…
Keen on glamping? You will love our Sunlodges, real luxury tent with 2 bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a wooden deck to enjoy the sun at 100% !
The Trez beach is the main beach of Bénodet , located in the heart of the seaside resort close to the campsite. At the mouth of the Odet river, this sandy beach stretches over nearly 600 meters in the Bénodet cove and is bordered by the “Corniche de la Mer”. In the area, you will find some beach cabins (that can be rent), restaurants, a casino and a cinema.
So many activities to choose from, such as the beach club for children from 4 to 14 years old or the hiring of of catamarans and windsurf (in July and August).
Right in front of the L’Escale St-Gilles campsite lays the St Gilles beach, with fine sand and little rocks, that your children will love! They will be able to discover the pleasure of fishing shellfish, crabs or shrimps.
From the campsite, take a walk along the beach to head to either the Letty beach or to the town center of Bénodet to enjoy its entertainement. If you follow that path, you will discover the beauty of our coast and admire the boats sailing on the ocean, to the Glenan Islands or to Sainte-Marine. </ p>
The “Coq” Beach is a small beach, near the lighthouse of the Cock, between the Odet river and the Atlantic Ocean. Ideally exposed to the late afternoon sun, you can sunbathe in peace and dive in its translucent waters. That beach overlooks Sainte-Marine (commune of Combrit), with its small marina, its restaurants, its chapel and its coastal paths. A few meters from there lays the old port of Bénodet from where you can take the pedestrian ferry “Le Petit Bac” to get to Sainte-Marine (during the season). Close to the beach, stands one of the most famous villas of Bénodet : “The Minaret” – with its oriental-inspired architecture.
The Letty beach borders the “Mer Blanche” lagoon, a kind of small inland sea within a protected natural environment. It also faces the dunes up to La Pointe de Mousterlin, in Fouesnant. Offshore lay the Glénan islands, a real haven for nature lovers.
You are keen of kitesurf ? This is the perfect place to practise! This beach is also very close to your Sunêlia l’Escale St-Gilles campsite.