Le Pres Vert, Concarneau, France (19.44Euro/night without Elec)
We stopped off in the pretty little town of Pont Aven on route to Concarneau. If you’re into you artist and gallery shops then it’ll be the place for you. The river estuary location is very nice, with some expensive looking houses.
Getting into the camp site after we arrived to ages as it seems that the daughter who has taken on the running of the place is not very organised. However, the parents are still around and help out to smooth things over; though they can chat, chat and chat, but then it was good practise for Gail 🙂
The campsite is seems very relaxed and peaceful, luckily making muesli and rolls didn’t interfere with this tranquillity.
View from the bottom field on the campsite, unfortunately not from Mika:-
On the Tuesday evening we went out for our 1st meal of this trip. The restaurant La Flaveur was excellent. We took the cheaper of the 3 menus at 25Euros/person which was for 3 courses, but the food was superb and unique and not something that we would be able to do at home, let alone the motorhome, so it was definitely worthwhile. We also liked the size of the wine glasses.
Concarneau itself as a town is worth a trip to see, especially the old town in the fortification guarding the port area; it was a surprise to use when we entered it.