Called the most beautiful river in France, the Odet river takes its source in Saint-Goazec and then crosses the city of Quimper before reaching its mouth at Bénodet. Located only 1 km away from the Sunêlia l’Escale St-Gilles campsite, the Vedettes de l’Odet landing stage will allow you to board for an unforgettable cruise on the Odet river to discover the landscapes and castles of the valley.
Enjoy a boat trip or a star cruise along the Odet River and its protected natural sites. Starting from Bénodet or Quimper, it will take you to discover the beautiful manors and their parks as well as gardens of the valley of the castles, without forgetting the pontoon specially designed by Eric Tabarly, famous navigator who lived in the heights of the Odet, to moor his sailboat “Pen Duick” there. And to best appreciate this river and its shores, try the kayak trip from Bénodet. Whatever the means you choose, the descent of the Odet river is a tourist circuit not to be missed during your holidays in Brittany at the Escale Saint-Gilles campsite.
En route for the Glénan ! How about boarding for the Glénan Islands? A paradisiacal archipelago where a change of scenery is guaranteed. Opt for a “classic” crossing and relax on the beautiful stretches of beaches of St Nicolas Island; or let yourself be charmed by a cruise on a traditional sailboat and discover the old-fashioned way of sailing! For an unforgettable experience, the “Captain Némo”, an underwater vision catamaran, will give you an extraordinary insight into the seabed and the species that inhabit our coast! Looking for sport and freedom: take a sea kayak getaway and explore the archipelago at your own pace… Choose the formula that suits you !
From Bénodet to Sainte Marine aboard the P’tit Bac ! During your stay at the campsite, enjoy the P’tit Bac to cross from one bank of the Odet to the other and reach the charming little port of Sainte Marine ! On foot, by bike or by stroller, this brightly coloured boat is suitable for everyone and is very popular with children!
Dates and times April to end of September (Depending on the formula) Departure from Bénodet and Concarneau.