Do you wish to hire a mobile home in Brest or in the surrounding area to discover Finistère during your next holiday? The Slow Village Breizh Légendes entices you to stay in countryside holiday rentals and latest-generation mobile homes in northern Finistère. Amongst the holiday rentals offered feature bivouac tents open to the countryside, hired for less than €20 night and adapted for a family of 4 persons: comfortable and perfectly located in a campsite opposite the sea, they are equipped with quality bedding, a furnished terrace and a kitchen area. Again in the category of glamping accommodation without bathroom installations, Premium cabins with a sea view await you in a campsite near Brest. These holiday rentals combining countryside and comfort have a connected television. In the range of Slow Village mobile homes, this exceptional campsite near Brest has cottages with 2 bedrooms of between 30 m2 to 33 m2, which can be hired from €55 for 2 nights, including one cottage entirely adapted for people with reduced mobility. Large families and groups of friends will also find cottages with 3 bedrooms of 32 m2, with an accommodation capacity of 6 persons. Moreover, to facilitate everyday life during your stay in a Brest mobile home holiday rental, these large-capacity mobile homes are equipped with a dishwasher in the kitchen.
The westernmost city in France, steadfastly facing the ocean, Brest is a port city which conjures up the end of the world. There are several must-see sites to discover during your stay on the Brest campsite: Océanopolis, this museum centre devoted to the marine environment, which houses in its aquariums more than 15,000 fish from the entire world; Brest castle and Brest Naval Museum; and the Ateliers des Capucins (formerly the naval dockyard now a retail space), linked to the Penfeld river by a cable-car. There is even the National Botanical Conservatory (recreating global climate zones and plant species), a unique location for walking and recharging your batteries. Brest harbour offers a wide range of activities: nautical leisure activities such as sailing, kitesurfing, stand-up paddle boarding and diving, but also surfing, walks, or playing in the sand on the Moulin Blanc beach. Of course Brest is the starting point to visit the islands of the Iroise Sea: from the commercial port or the fishing port, step aboard for the Ouessant island or the Molène archipelago! A city of dynamic culture, Brest welcomes you for numerous events, amongst which are the major Fête Internationale de la Mer et des Marins (international festival of the sea and sailors tall-ships regatta), every 4 years, and the Jeudis du Port weekly music festival on Thursdays in the summer. There is also the festival of electronic music Astropolis, or even the artistic meeting place the Foire aux Croûtes (for amateur and professional musicians).