Discover Brest: a dynamic city
Camping de la Pointe du Talud is located only 1h30 from Brest, ideal for a day trip to visit the end of the world. City bordered by the sea, you will find a wide range of leisure activities all year round: sport, culture, walks... The cocktail to enjoy the city without ever getting bored!
Brest, the history of the end of the world
Inhabited by the Romans since the 3rd century, Brest was for a long time in charge of defending the entrance to the English Channel. The Bastion Sourdéac still bears witness to this history today. Brest was elevated to the rank of a city by Henry IV in 1593, it has since then known a turbulent history through the centuries. She shaped the face of this unique city. Indeed, it was completely destroyed by aerial bombardments to dislodge German troops landed in the submarine base during the Second World War. The reconstruction of Brest lasted 14 years, and a new dynamic city was born.
Brest: a city with many activities
Brest is a resourceful city. You can visit Océanopolis, an ocean discovery park. It is the showcase of the marine universe. The visit of the city centre takes you through the history of the city, on your way you will find the castle of Brest which houses the National Maritime Museum, the Tanguy Tower for a historical immersion and the Arsenal created by Richelieu, the city's symbol.
On the sea side, nature lovers will not be disappointed. The city's landscapes are preserved, many trails are accessible for hiking. In addition, Pointe du Finistère is home to one of the largest roads in the world.
History and nature lovers, take advantage of a trip to Camping la Pointe du Talud to discover the wonders of the city of Brest and the other tourist regions in South Brittany.