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Le Guen

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Services

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Organic Market

A small grocery store that offers a local service.

Come find our selection of local, organic and fair trade products.

Opening hours :  

April, May, June and September : 10am to 1pm and 4pm to 7pm

August and July : 8am to 2pm and 3pm to 9pm

 
 

BAR

Italian coffee to start the day well, and everything you need for a drink watching the sun set.

You can also order from here your bread and croissants.

Opening times :

April, May, June and September : 10am till 1pm and 4pm till 7pm

August and July : 8am till 2pm and 3pm till 9pm

 
 
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Wellness massages

Every Friday in July and August, in amongst the pine trees and the bird songs, sheltered from prying eyes and the elements, Juliette offers you the opportunity to immerse yourself in wellbeing.

Let yourself be transported in a world of total relaxation.

 
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yoga

Within the peace and quiet of our pinewood, in July and August, Flavy runs yoga lessons.

These are conducted outside, under the shade of the trees. Nothing like it to immerse yourself in nature.

Every Wednesday (depending on the weather), from 10 am to 11 am (10 euros)

 
 
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Food-truck night

Every Saturday in July and August, on the village square of the Camping du Guen, O’TOUBON, a Breton food truck offers burgers and fries, mostly organic, made with local and homemade products.

All with an infectious smile !

To learn more, click here

 
 
 

Playground

Made in the 30s in the Italian Dolomites, tree climbing tracks have become very popular and we’ve decided to make some on our camping site, based on the same system but… only 40 centimeters away from the ground !

Enough to entertain the younger children without neglecting the older ones : both children and teenagers can enjoy an open space with acrobatic and physical courses where everyone can invent their own pathway…

… or score a three-pointer on a basketball field !

 

Tuareg Tent

This year, we are lucky to welcome, all through July, Zakaria Yahaga, a Nigerian Tuareg and his wife, Maria Antonietta Sutto, and architect. 20 years ago, they opened together a luxurious jewelry in Rome, at the feet of the Coliseum.

In their tent, you will discover both pieces Zakaria has created himself and traditional tuareg jewelry. There will also be Nigerian Desert foods and teas as well as travel stories from this artist and craftsman.

To discover his creations, click here