Discover the Sud Estuaire area, marvelling at the breathtaking landscape and taking in the extraordinary sea views. Savour incredible fauna and flora, relax on the beach or try your hand at one of many water sports in the beating heart of an unspoiled environment comprising meadows and marshes.
The Mindin Campsite is perfectly located, offering you direct access to the beach. Stay at our campsite in Saint-Brévin-les-Pins and experience the joys of the beach and the seaside. Home to miles and miles of fine side beaches, the seaside resort of Saint-Brévin-les-Pins is the perfect place to take a dip in the sea. During the high season, the area’s “Blue Flag” beaches are supervised. Local beach clubs also come into their own at this time of year, bringing a source of joy and happiness to children.
Cool fact: During the high season, the local authorities in Saint-Brévin-les-Pins run nature- and heritage-themed excursions: bird watching in the local woodlands and along the banks of the Loire, forest adventures, megalith site tours (there are nine official megalith sites in Saint-Brévin-les-Pins), etc.
Beaches of Saint-Brévin-les-Pins: Les Pins Beach (access via Avenue Édouard Branly; disabled access), Océan Beach (access via René-Guy Cadou Square), Les Rochelets Beach and Ermitage Beach.
Saint-Brévin-les-Pins: the ultimate seaside resort.
You can’t go camping in Saint-Brévin-les-Pins without trying a spot of foot fishing, fully embracing the French pêche à pied tradition. After a nice spot of foot fishing, you will head back to your mobile home with a basket full of shellfish: clams, cockles, whelks, sand shrimps, you name it.
Water sports must also be on your agenda for the ultimate Saint-Brévin camping holiday. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a relatively experienced amateur, fully immerse yourself in the joys of jet-skiing, ski tubing, wakeboarding, kitesurfing, surfing, sea kayaking, sand yachting, flyboarding or deep-sea diving.
Saint-Brévin-les-Pins: the ultimate forest and nature walking resort.
During the hottest hours of summer, campers love strolling through the Pierre Attelée Forest, walking along La Roussellerie Beach or trekking the local routes steeped in maritime pines and holm oaks. This beautiful, highly undulating sand dune forest spans across 41 hectares. Nature and grass-based plant enthusiasts will love the local coastline parkland and the stunning view of Mindin Fort. Where the areas of Les Pins and L’Océan meet, there is a delightful flowery parkland with the most unique dune-based landscape. This park is home to an educational trail, guiding you through the military heritage of Saint-Brévin-les-Pins.