Alan Rogers Review
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. from the sea. Pitches here are generally sized between 70 and 90 sq.m, and are grassy with reasonable shade and high hedges. Most have electricity (6/10A). This small family site is lovingly cared for with manicured trees, shrubs and flowers. It has a very small, convivial bar with an outdoor terrace alongside a modest pool complex, and these are the focal point of the site.
Various games and activities are organised in peak season, including themed evenings and dances. There is much of interest around the Morbihan gulf, including pretty villages such as Locmariaquer and Arzon, prehistoric sites and some excellent opportunities for watersports. Carnac is, of course, renowned for its 9,000 standing stones (alignments) and is certainly worth a visit. La Trinité is one of Brittany’s premier sailing centres and is a pleasant spot for an evening stroll.