Le Bois d’Amour faces toward Belle Ile and lies just 150 m. from the attractive, sandy Goviro beach at the southern end of the Quiberon peninsula. There are 259 pitches here, of which around 120 are for touring units, most with electricity. Other pitches are occupied by mobile homes and chalets (to rent). On-site amenities include a large indoor pool and a separate children’s pool. There is also a safari tent village. Quiberon is explored by bicycle and these are available to rent on site. In high season, a regular programme of activities and entertainment is organised, including activities for children.
Thalassotherapy is very popular in this region and specialist centres are available at both Quiberon and nearby Carnac. Quiberon is otherwise renowned for its sardine production, the origins of which date back to the early 19th century. Nowadays, it is home to many excellent seafood restaurants and tourism has long since replaced fishing as the primary activity. Belle Ile lies 14 km. to the south of Quiberon and is the largest island off the Breton coast. Regular ferries ply there from Quiberon.