Camping Fleur de Brière
France, Pays de la Loire, Loire-Atlantique, Saint Lyphard
- +33 9 53 63 11 88
- 15 March – 14 November.
Alan Rogers Review
This former municipal campsite, on the edge of the charming village of Saint Lyphard, stood empty for two years before it was taken into private ownership by Carl Pelleteur in 2011. He has already worked wonders. The pitches are large, level and most have some shade provided by well kept, mature shrubs and trees. Amenities are few and simple, but satisfactory. A yurt village is on one side of the site. The village of Saint Lyphard is only 500 m. away where you will find a small supermarket and shops. The intention of the owner is to maintain this is an eco-friendly, natural site.
The yurt accommodation will appeal to many and lighting of the paths is by small, solar-powered lamps. The buildings all have traditional thatched roofs. As a former restaurateur, Carl also aims to provide regional dishes in the bar/restaurant. For those requiring some diversion there is a large lake for swimming adjacent to the site. A large variety of entertainment takes place in the village in high season.
One sanitary block with showers and washbasins in cubicles. Accessible facilities, Washing machine. Bar/restaurant and takeaway (15/6-15/9). Barbecues are not permitted – there is a communal facility.
Leave the N165 (Nantes-Vannes) at exit 15 and follow D774 south to Herbignac. Then take the D47 to St Lyphard. The site is on the left at entry to the village.Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N47 23 48||W2 18 5|