PDA

View Full Version : Le Croisic



100kilo
23-06-2012, 16:37
Recent trip to France brought us to Le Croisic which is a splendid harbour resort on a peninsula about 20 miles west of St Nazaire. The aire is practically in the marina as one comes in on the D245 and into sight of the sea - just make a hard right and the parking area, holding 9 motorhomes is straight ahead.

Mrs 100kilo and I spent a few memorable days parading up and down the promenade with its variety of shops, sampling the sea food and putting our seal of approval on a variety of beverages. Allthough there was a 5 euro fee per night it was well worth it. The Wild Camping has this aire marked with a P which may well stand for Perfect - we thought so.

robjk
23-06-2012, 16:52
Recent trip to France brought us to Le Croisic which is a splendid harbour resort on a peninsula about 20 miles west of St Nazaire. The aire is practically in the marina as one comes in on the D245 and into sight of the sea - just make a hard right and the parking area, holding 9 motorhomes is straight ahead.

Mrs 100kilo and I spent a few memorable days parading up and down the promenade with its variety of shops, sampling the sea food and putting our seal of approval on a variety of beverages. Allthough there was a 5 euro fee per night it was well worth it. The Wild Camping has this aire marked with a P which may well stand for Perfect - we thought so.


We may venture that way in September sounds great. We could do with an aire like that at Mumbles so we would not have to drive so far.

100kilo
23-06-2012, 17:18
If we had "anything" in Mumbles it would be an improvement. When you think of it visitors bring in cash for practically no investment and including a little jacket bought for the missus we probably spent close to 140 euros in Le Croisic.

Pity local authorities in GB cant open their eyes to this sort of amenity. We expect to be back over there in early September and may visit Des Abers just about 45 miles west of Roskoff. A cracking coastal site on a bay ringed by little islands which creates a sort of lagoon effect. Most memorable.

Happy camping.

Janet and John

baloothebear
02-01-2013, 06:40
Just to add that the Avenue de Port Val road, the road that runs around the headland, used to be good for Wilding. There are now wooden posts in place to stop you pulling off the road and over-nighting


CLICK HERE TO REMOVE THESE ADVERTS