Saint-Nic is a little village located on the South of the Crozon peninsula, 20km from Douarnenez. Pentrez, the fine sandy beach, extends out from the Lestrevet beach (Plomodiern) and covers more than 4km. A real paradise for sporty holidays, but also for holidays with your family or as a couple. During your stay in your holiday rental in Saint-Nic, enjoy tasting crepes, cider and Breton cakes.
In Saint-Nic, sporty types and holiday makers can enjoy the winds and the waves: sand yachting, kitesurfing, windsurfing, surfing, bodyboarding… In summer, the beach welcomes a number of tournaments, shows, and events. The surroundings of Saint-Nic are equally as magnificent.
Starting with the Douarnenez Bay, from the Ile Vierge beach to the Pointe du Raz, which can be explored on foot or by bike. The Pointe de la Jument walk, starting from the Sables Blancs beach (Treboul), is another must see. Douarnenez is also known for its port museum, Port Rhu, home to some magnificent old sailing ships.
Your holiday rental in Saint-Nic is also nearby Quimper. Visit the Halles de Saint Francois, the Museum of the Beaux Arts and have lunch in a creperie on the Place au Beurre.
Located just 500m from the Pentrez beach, the residence Les Terrases de Pentrez*** offers panoramic views over the ocean from its fully equipped apartments and houses. Vacanceole is committed to limiting the impacts of tourism on the environment across all of its residences. Your holiday accommodation with a pool in Saint-Nic is now Green Key certified meaning you’re guaranteed an eco-friendly stay in Brittany.
1 - Crepes and galettes
2 - Breton palets
3 - The Kouign-amann
4 - A glass of cider
5 - The chouchen
In the morning
Hiking at Cap de la Chèvre and picnic at the Île vierge
Point of Dinan and Penhir + visit of Camaret
Here is an outdoor activity, very Breton, to do with the family. Equip yourself with everything you need, in summer as in winter and don't forget your little basket to go fishing for shellfish on the beach. It will be an opportunity for the youngest to discover the marine life on the seaside. Here's a tip for knife fishing, locate the small holes in the sand and pour salt in them, the knife will come up by itself!