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Camping l'Océan Breton, l'histoire du camping et de son espace aquatique

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The story of a family campsite in Brittany

Between open-air camping and caravanning and the Furic family, it is a love story which has now lasted for nearly 60 years and 3 generations! In 1960, Alain Furic and his wife take over the La Plage campsite in Le Guilvinec. A property situated by the sea which rapidly becomes one of the loveliest campsites in Brittany. Some 20 years after the creation of this establishment, the Furic family take over a holiday camp from the Renault works council, where in summer employees of the car manufacturer are able to stay at a low cost. For the rest of the year, the grounds accommodate the children of these same employees during stays on school study trips at the seaside. Alain Furic fell under the spell of this holiday camp, the upkeep of which left something to be desired and discerned the full potential of the site. The Océan Breton campsite adventure was then able to begin. Since then, 3 generations have succeeded him in leading the campsite with the sole objective of fully living up to holidaymaker expectations.

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Jules Furic opens La Plage campsite on agricultural land by the sea and so the camping adventure begins.

Camping l'Océan Breton, l'histoire du camping


Jules’s son Alain and his wife Joëlle purchase the Manoir de Kerlut estate from Renault (the car manufacturers), the holiday camp is developed and becomes the campsite Le Manoir de Kerlut. The year is also marked by the construction of its first swimming pool.


Joëlle decides to open to a clientele of European holidaymakers by taking part in exhibitions in England, Germany and the Netherlands. After a short time the campsites welcome their first foreign guests.

Camping l'Océan Breton, l'histoire du camping et de ses hébergements


Joëlle and Alain purchase around 100 mobile homes to be installed on both sites, this helps to develop and welcome more European guests.
The first chalets appear on site, robust accommodation which means the season can begin earlier in the year.


Joëlle and Alain’s daughter, Elisa joins the campsite’s management.

Camping l'Océan Breton, l'histoire du camping et de son espace aquatique


A new water slide complements the water park.

2000 to 2005

Joëlle Furic takes an active role in the creation of the Yelloh! Village group. Le Manoir de Kelut and La Plage are amongst the 10 founding campsites of the group.

Camping l'Océan Breton, l'Accrobranche


The mobile homes are modernized and the treetop adventure park is opened to the greatest delight of holidaymakers.

Camping l'Océan Breton,l'ouverture de la piscine couverte


The campsite decides to improve the level of luxury with the creation of the first indoor swimming pool and a heated sanitary block.


The campsite is renamed from Le Manoir de Kerlut to l’Océan Breton

l'Océan Breton campsite, cottage Petit Bois 4pers 2beds 1bthrm Premium outdoor


The leading top-of-the-range Premium accommodation appears on the campsite. Océan Breton becomes the forerunner for premium accommodation in France, and maintains its image as a modern and visionary campsite within the camping and caravanning sector.

The year 2011 is also marked by the creation of a new waterpark complex of over 2,000 m².


Kayleigh, Joëlle’s granddaughter joins the company, which continues to perpetuate the tradition of family management of a high-end campsites in Brittany.


L’Océan Breton becomes a very proud member of LeadingCampings, bringing together the finest of European camping.


New Premium areas appear on the campsite, with 4 cabins on stilts, and other original accommodation. A second indoor pool is created to meet the needs of all holidaymakers.

l'Océan Breton campsite, the bar and its terrace


The campsite “Village Square” is created, there is a new bar, grocery shop, restaurant and stage, giving the heart of the campsite a more warm and friendly atmosphere.


After the creation of the campsite “Village Square” in 2018, L’Océan Breton is back in 2019 to celebrate its 30-year anniversary. This anniversary was celebrated in the appropriate way with all of the campsite guests and workers who were thanked for their loyalty and commitment.


An entirely new Premium area was created with Premium cottages and private hot tubs, making the campsite capacity more important.


New water slides are added to the waterpark, including one with rubber rings, for the pleasure of all holidaymakers.

Elisa undertook the renovation of the interior and exterior of the Manoir de Kerlut, guests can now enjoy its beautiful architecture and many events are now organised there.


A second Premium area with hot tubs is added as more and more guests request this service.

L’Océan Breton has the pleasure of hosting the Leadingcampings autumn meeting in September.

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