Camping at 28min from Fort la Latte
During your discovery of the Cape, reach the Fort la Latte also called castle of the Roche Goyon. It was built in the 14th century by Etienne III Guyon on a rocky promontory. It is one of the most famous castles in Brittany! Remarkable for its location on a rocky cape, facing the sea, it has been used as a set for several films.
This pleasant visit will take you to the heart of one of the most famous fortresses in Brittany. It is open continuously every day from April to the end of October.
To get to the Fort-La-Latte, you must head straight for the Cap d’Erquy and the Cap Fréhel. Located in the commune of Plévenon, you will need 20 minutes by car or motorbike from our 4* Camping Bellevue to reach it. You will then have to climb the famous cliffs of the Emerald Coast. On your way, you will cross the Menhir de la Latte which would represent the tooth or the finger of Gargantua.
A beautiful walk to take in the view and return with memories of natural and majestic landscapes!
Visit the castle of Fort-la-Latte
Fort-La-Latte and its castle are full of surprises and discoveries. When you visit it, you will discover the barbican, the courtyard, the cistern, the cannons, the cannonball oven, the dungeon… So many historical remains from the 14th century to the end of the First Empire!
Explore the fort from the curtain walls to the moat, including the towers, drawbridge, dungeons and keep, as well as the cannons and crossbows. A dive into history that will appeal to young and old alike.