Camping Le Conguel is situated on the coast near the southern tip of the Quiberon peninsula, about 2 km. from the town centre. The beach is just across the road (not busy except at weekends) and a national sailing school is 500 m. along the coast. The 75 touring pitches are in two groups along the seaward side of the site. They are flat, hedged and rather worn, and all have electricity (10A), water and drainage. The remaining 175 pitches are taken up by mobile homes, some for tour operators. The focus of the campsite is a superb complex comprising the swimming pool, restaurants, a bar and shop, all enclosed by terraces with seating areas.
There are separate activities for teenagers, and a children’s club in July and August. The long, narrow Quiberon peninsula has miles of sandy beaches and excellent cycling and walking routes. A ferry to Belle-Ile makes for an interesting day out. Carnac, with its famous standing stones, is a short drive away, and for boating enthusiasts, Trinity-sur-Mer is not to be missed.