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Camping Le Beaupré

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Port of Kercabellec

The port of Kercabellec is the place to be for lovers of oysters and shellfish. The oyster farmers of Mesquer-Quimiac welcome you all year round to their establishments by the sea or in the waterways. They then offer you oysters and shellfish from local production. You will also find Kercabellec oysters on the menu of many restaurants on the Guérande peninsula. Rue du Port, which leads to the channel, is lined with small stone houses of undisputed charm. Witnesses of the maritime activity of the past centuries, the pits of Kercabellec shelter magnificent wooden boats. The port of Kercabellec is also the ideal starting point for your walks and hikes. Towards the beach or towards the salt marshes… You only have to choose.


Two kilometers from Camping the Beaupre, the Mesquer golf course offers 9 holes in a wooded setting. Ideal for beginners and advanced. Possibility of individual and group lessons by appointment with J. Denjean (


In Mesquer, the indoor court and the 4 outdoor courts are accessible every day upon prior registration. Group lessons and tennis courses are also organized during school holidays. Information from Dominique Plunian (


Individual courses in dinghy sailing or sailing in a Fillao schooner… Discovery in sea kayaking and Stand Up Paddle… The nautical base of Mesquer-Quimiac offers great adventures. First French sailing school in the Pays de la Loire, it is recognized for its ability to accommodate all types of audiences. Navigation on the water bodies is supervised during your rental or private lessons. You can also choose a nautical activity supervised by qualified instructors. Course, rental, private lessons or nautical outings and hikes... Your sailing dreams will come true!

the line challenge

Le Traict Challenge proposes to discover navigation on old rigs. Yoles de Bantry & de Ness or sails-oars, you will have the choice of 1/2 day or full day sailing in a family atmosphere. La Yole sails with its members all year round in Mesquer. She even participates in maritime demonstrations.

Must sees in the region

  • Guérande
  • Salt marshes
  • The Briere Regional Nature Park
  • The Baule
  • Saint Nazaire
  • Escal’atlantic

The salt marshes of Mès 

The Mès salt marshes cover 350 hectares in the municipalities of Mesquer, Saint-Molf and Assérac. They are part of the 2 hectares of salt marshes that make up the Guérande peninsula. For nearly 000 years, generations of salt workers have created and maintained this unique landscape, classified as a remarkable natural site. Their artisanal production technique respects the environment. It even contributes to the ecological richness of the site.


Let yourself be enchanted by the magic of the salt marshes. Evolve from salt pans to a small port and coastal path, encountering breathtaking landscapes of beauty, colors and authenticity. In all seasons, this hiking route, which takes parts of the coastal path, offers its charms. From the strong winter wind that sweeps the clouds and sprinkles the rocks and the beach with chiaroscuro... To the joyous sparkle of spring, animating the bocage hedges around the salt marshes... The steps of the walker are never in vain and lead him outside time, at the forefront of the ocean. Opt for the app all trails, and discover the hikes near the camping.


  • A loop of just under 17 kilometers takes you between Saint-Lyphard, Saint-Molf and Mesquer. Along a perfectly marked and secure route, suitable for families, explore this territory of waters, the Guérande peninsula.
  • Another route is to guide you from Mesquer to Pénestin. 33 kilometers and 5 hours of travel from Kercabellec to follow the Traict de Rostu and its salt marshes. You will appreciate the incredible view from the tip of Pen-Bé. Then, heading north, you will follow the coast and discover the bay of Pont-Mahé, the tip of Bile, to finish in style at La Mine d'Or.
  • La bike ride Mesquer - Piriac sur Mer - La Turballe is a delight for all those who like to travel between land and sea. You will leave from Mès to the bocage, for a walk where the range of colors of the landscapes of salt marshes, bocage and ocean are offered to you. From the iodized and salty flavors of the small port of Kercabellec to the rural flavors of the bocage, the circuit ends in the heart of the Bois de Boulle.

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