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Campsites in Morbihan

66 campsites in France, Brittany, Morbihan

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Camping de Bordeneo is ideally located in Belle Ile en Mer, in a beautiful wooded park just 600 metres from the beach. Camping de Bordeneo...

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Camping la Ferme de Lann-Hoëdic is an attractively landscaped site with many flowering shrubs and trees. The 108 touring pitches, all with 10A electricity, are...

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Located close to the famous standing stones, menhirs and dolmens of Carnac, Camping les Bruyeres de Carnac is ideal for discovering this beautiful region, which...

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Fort Espagnol can be found close to the village of Crac’h, with easy access to the Morbihan Gulf. 50 touring pitches vary in size and...

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Situated in a small village just two kilometres from the town of Carnac, this very pleasant site has 110 pitches on level grass, most having...

This site is situated on the east side of the River d’Etel, just before it enters the sea. The grass pitches are of average size...

Camping le Moustoir is a friendly, family run site situated about three kilometres inland from the many beaches of the area and close to the...

Lann Brick can be found close to Carnac and La Trinité-sur-Mer, on the western side of the Morbihan gulf. The site is just 200 m...

Le Domaine de Kervallon is located in southern Brittany between the Forest of Broceliade and the Gulf of Morbihan. It is easily reached from the...

The Carnac and La Trinité area of Brittany is popular with British holidaymakers. Camping de la Plage is a well established site with direct access...

Le Manoir de Ker An Poul has an attractive location, close to the sea (700 metres) in the southern Morbihan region. The old manor house...

Overlooking the lake and situated between the Morbihan Gulf and the Quiberon peninsula, this site is only 3 km. from the port of La Trinité-sur-Mer...

This small rural site is only 1 km. from the small bustling Breton town of Pont-Scorff (perhaps best known for its large zoo). The immaculate...

This pleasant rural site has attractive flowering and borders throughout. Of the 135 pitches, 100 are for touring and are mostly flat with shade from...

Close to Vannes and the Golfe du Morbihan in southern Brittany, Camping du Haras is a small, family run site in a rural location. There...

This site is one of two owned by members of the same family. It is situated on the coast overlooking the safe, sandy beach of...

This delightful rural site is lovingly cared for by the owners, M. and Mme. Guillois. The 68 generously sized pitches, all with 6A electricity, four...

Nestled in the heart of the Bay of Quiberon, close to the beach and marina, the campsite has a wellness area and a heated covered...

Camping Kernéjeune is in a lovely rural position with views over the countryside, and would ideally suit those looking for a quiet holiday. The owners...

Located close to the Morbihan gulf, Mané Guernehué is a smart, modern site with excellent amenities, including an equestrian centre, and a variety of pitches...

The name Morbihan means ‘little sea’ and the gulf is just that – almost landlocked by the arms of the Locmariaquer and Rhuys peninsulas.  A local saying claims there as many islands in the gulf as there are days in the year, but who’s counting?  They all make a wonderful sight, some are inhabited, others are mere reefs, many are pleasantly wooded while some have landing stages with dinghies moored and picnickers ashore. 

There’s great potential for touring around this region, with its Mediterranean micro-climate, and any of the minor roads out of Vannes will lead to a tiny harbour and a different aspect on the Gulf. 

Auray

Often bypassed by tourists, Auray is well worth spending some time on.  The town has one of France’s largest oyster beds and a picturesque old quarter.  There’s also an interesting market on Mondays which is good for arts and crafts.  The harbour is definitely one to see.

Carnac

This is a bustling, popular resort with an enormous south-facing sandy stretch making up several beaches.   Essentially there are two parts to Carnac: Carnac Ville where the shops, the civic offices and so on are top be found; and Carnac Plage with its beaches, cafés, amusements and nightlife. 

The standing stones are historically important, dating back some several thousand years.  The alignments, or lines, of these stones, are scattered throughout the area and the museum of prehistory helps to explain things.  

Josselin

Josselin is home to one of France’s greatest castles, once the home of the mighty Rohan family.  The family motto was revealing: 
‘I am not king, Prince I would not stoop to be. I am the Lord Rohan’. 
This gives a little insight into the family’s idea of its own importance.

Locmariaquer

Here there is a capstone measuring 6m by 4m, known as the Table des Marchands.  Also, the Grand Menhir Brise which originally stood 20m high but which now is in four pieces. 

Quiberon peninsula

This beautiful peninsula shows two sides: its wild Atlantic shore which is traversed by a dramatic corniche, and its sheltered eastern coast of tranquil harbours and white sands. 

In some parts, the peninsula is no more than seven metres wide during high spring tides and is only a causeway.  The port of Quiberon lies at the tip of the peninsula and from here ferries sail to Belle-Ile.

Ste. Anne d’Auray

This village lies 4 miles inland from Auray and is probably the most important shrine in Brittany.  Legend has it that Ste. Anne, the mother of the Virgin Mary, was born and married in Armorica.  The pardon of Ste. Anne is on 25th and 26th July, when pilgrims come from all over France to pray to the grandmother of Christ. 

La Trinité-sur-Mer

Once a pretty little fishing village, this is now a rather chic sailing resort with a large marina.  Whether you enjoy sailing or not it’s a great place to go for a bite to eat, followed by a gentle stroll around the marina ‘choosing’ your ideal yacht!    Boat trips leave from here and tour around the fabulous Gulf of Morbihan. 

Vannes

Vannes has a long history.  The walled town around the unusual cathedral is a mediaeval gem, carefully restored over recent years with many of the narrow streets and little squares within the walls being barred to traffic. 

Due to its position at the head of the Gulf of Morbihan, Vannes is a good point to check up on the cruises offered by the Vedettes Vert company whose depot is on the Promenade de la Rabine.  These cruises can also be picked up at Locmariaquer, Port Navalo or Auray and they do vary depending on the season and cost so be sure to choose one that will fit in with your itinerary.