Stunningly picturesque, rustic, friendly, family run campsite set just 5 minutes from the beautiful town of Guingamp. Milin Kerhe lies on the bank of the River Trieux one of Britany's most celebrated fishing rivers, and is surrounded by mature oak woodland, the perfect combination for nature lovers. For those interested in hiking or mountain-biking, fishing, canoeing and river swimming, Milin Kerhe is excellently located with great trails and access to the river from the campsite. Various canoes/kayaks are available to use, free of charge for those who wish to explore the Trieux or find that perfect fishing spot.
The campsite is idealy located for exploring the inland and coastal towns of Guingamp, Pontrieux, Paimpol, Treguier, and Tregastel as well as beautiful beaches and rocky shores including those of the Pink Granite Coast.
Guingamp, home to the annual 'Festival de la Saint-Loup' (mid-August), and a beautiful mix of architectural styles going back five centuries, is just a few kilometers away, or an hours walk along the riverside path.
Pontrieux, which can be reached by car in 10 minutes, is famous for its 50 washeries along the river, a sign of the towns former prosperity. Its former wealth is clear from the elegant stone and timber-built buildings, which today house a number of superb art galleries and restaurants.
The ports of Paimpol, Saint-Quay-Portrieux, Treguier, Tregastel, Perros-Guirec, Treburden and Lannion are all easily visited (25-45 min). Also, the 'Pink Granite Coast' (40 min) is definitely worth a day trip, with its massive eroded granite boulders precariously balanced along the shore.
From Roscoff (1 hr) or Saint-Malo (1.5 hr) find the N12 and head in the direction of Guingamp. Once in the centre of Guingamp, follow signs for Pabu (4 km) going straight on at the roundabout (next to Toyota Garage), and continuing straight on (Rue de la Poterie) until the 'Poterie Bar/Resaurant' where our turning is immediately on the left. We are a few hundred meters down that road (Rue du Moulin) on at the valley bottom.