Gulf of Morbihan
Brittany, the ideal destination for your camping holiday
There are all sorts of great reasons to come and stay in a Sandaya campsite in Brittany: a special location beside the Atlantic, a wonderful place from which to set off and make your way along the coast with its pink granite cliffs, all sorts of swimming pool activities and outdoor activities to discover, fantastic food options and plenty more to find out about when you get here! In your 4 or 5 star club campsite, just soak up the pleasure of stress-free holidays, and your campsite will see to the rest!
Whatever your favourite accommodation is, you've got all the options at Sandaya campsites: maybe you're travelling with your tent or you're arriving in a campervan? Then we have camping pitches for you with water and electricity supplies. Or maybe you prefer the fully-equipped option? Then come and discover our modern, comfortable and perfectly laid-out mobile homes, just a short distance from the lovely beaches of the Atlantic coast!
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Visit Brittany with the family
Sandy beaches, hidden coves, mysterious islands… Brittany is a land of adventure for the kids! Take them to the beach of Raguenez in the heart of Cornouaille, known as Tahiti Beach by the locals. With its long stretch of white sand and its clear blue water, the beach of Névez really does look like a tropical lagoon!
Fancy the idea of playing pirates aboard a big three-master? Set sail to sea and explore the beautiful features of the Brittany archipelago: Belle-Île-en-Mer, of course, but also Groix and the archipelago of the Glénan Islands too, with their multitude of little islets with fine white sand!
Visit Brittany as a couple
Fancy the idea of a seaside getaway, unusual new discoveries and an authentic setting? Then head for the sublime scenery of the Gulf of Morbihan, a regional nature park nestled between the Brittany coast and the Atlantic! Start off with a trip to the Île aux Moines, then head for Carnac to see the alignments of megalithic menhirs alongside the traditional slate-roofed houses.
And at nightfall, set off for one of the pretty Breton harbours nestled in an inlet, and enjoy a delicious plate of oysters on the terrace of a local restaurant. A good night's sleep in your campsite will mark the end of an amazing day on the lovely coast of Brittany!
Camping Brittany: our handy tips for a successful stay
Don't forget your swimming things! Whatever the weather, it's always nice in the covered and heated swimming pool.
On holiday with the kids? Make your own list of the top 3 crêperies in Brittany!
Play pirates in the walled town of Concarneau and take in the amazing views from its ramparts!
Treat yourself to a special encounter with the ocean on the sublime peninsula of Quiberon!
Why go camping in Brittany?
Spend a holiday at one of our 4 or 5 star campsites by the sea in Brittany and be sure to make the most of this region with its distinct character. So what’s on the agenda for a stay in Brittany? Chilling out, cycling, exploring the coastline, swimming and diving, having fun, relaxing and... repeat! Our high-end campsites with swimming pool and water slide in Brittany are located by the sea and some even offer direct access to the beach. This means that you’ll have a wealth of options to make your summer holiday one to remember! Whether you come with family, friends or your beloved, camping in Brittany is sure to be a hit with everyone!
When it comes to accommodation, choose the camping style you prefer:
• Pitch for tent and camper van in Brittany;
• Mobile home rental in Brittany;
• Quirky accommodation in Brittany: chalets, Coco Sweet tents, safari tents.
What is there to see and do when camping in Brittany?
Once you’ve been made welcome by the teams at your campsite with water park in Brittany, you’ll find all your favourite activities waiting for you! Starting with the swimming pool and water slides, which will soon become the favourite place for your children and their new pals to gather. At our seaside campsites in Brittany, the whole family can also have a blast at the beach and in the ocean. Words like sandcastles, diving masks, relaxation and sunscreen come to mind – in short, the holidays!
For couples, a stay in Brittany is a unique opportunity to combine relaxation, adventures and romance! The wellness areas are perfect for chilling out and indulging in a massage, but you can also embark on activities such as hiking with your special someone. However, Brittany is so much more than its magnificent coasts: it is also teeming with remarkable cultural and natural treasures. Delightful villages, medieval castles and renowned culinary delights all add to the authentic atmosphere and sense of escape. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, cultural immersion or activities in the great outdoors, Brittany is the ideal destination for a memorable, multifaceted holiday.
Which are the most touristic departments in Brittany?
When on a seaside camping holiday in Brittany, set out to explore this region where the Atlantic Ocean and the coastline do much to define Breton identity. For your stay, we particularly recommend three departments:
• The Morbihan in southern Brittany, famed for the Gulf of Morbihan and its countless enchanting islands;
• The Côtes d’Armor in northern Brittany, where you can admire the picture-postcard landscapes of the Côte d’Émeraude;
• The Finistère, which has a rugged coastline stretching over 1,400 km and appears to be at one with the Atlantic Ocean.
Which are the most beautiful towns in Brittany?
Located close to your budget-friendly campsite in Brittany, the beauty and variety of the region’s towns will remain forever etched in your memory. There, you can discover the restaurants serving Breton culinary specialities, enjoy an ice cream by the harbour, or take a walk among the old stones. Here is a small selection of our favourite tourist towns in Brittany:
• Névez (29): Névez is a charming coastal village in the Finistère, renowned for its fine sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters.
• Perros-Guirec (22): Perros-Guirec is a seaside resort found in the Cotes d’Armor and famed for its wild and unspoilt landscapes, with pink granite rocks and numerous hiking trails.
• Bénodet (29): Bénodet is a popular seaside destination in the heart of Finistère, boasting some superb beaches, an array of water-based activities and a bustling town centre with numerous shops and restaurants.
• Clohars-Carnoet (29): Clohars-Carnoet is another town popular with tourists in the Finistère. It offers a harmonious blend of unspoilt beaches, picturesque coastal paths and a rich architectural heritage, with beautiful stone houses that are typically Breton.
• Plœmeur (56): Plœmeur in the Morbihan is a coastal town with a varied coastline combining sandy beaches, secret coves and coastal paths that are ideal for lovely romantic walks!
• St Malo (35): Saint-Malo, in the department of Ille-et-Vilaine, is a fortified port city famous for its ramparts, picturesque narrow streets and authentic atmosphere.
• Rennes (35): Rennes, the capital of Brittany, combines rich historical heritage with a thoroughly modern vibe. The city is brimming with gourmet restaurants where you can savour an array of creative dishes showcasing local produce.
• Quimper (29): Quimper is in the Finistère and is a town of art and history, renowned for its Gothic cathedral and quaint historic centre. It is also a wonderful place to sample the traditional Breton cuisine and its many flavours.
• Brest (29): Located in the Finistère, Brest is a vibrant port city that stands out for its captivating blend of modernity and maritime tradition.
The most beautiful villages to visit in Brittany
Brittany is split into four departments, each possessing a plethora of characteristic villages.
Poised on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean or tucked away inland, each has its own identity and culture. As you spend your summer holiday at one of our seaside campsites in Brittany, these villages will help you appreciate the distinctive character of this corner of France. Here are a few places not to be missed:
• Locronan (29 - Finistère);
• Ploumanac’h (22 - Cotes-d’Armor);
• Rochefort-en-Terre and the Parc de Préhistoire de Bretagne (56 - Morbihan);
• La Roche-Bernard (56 - Morbihan);
• Moncontour (22 - Cotes-d’Armor);
• Saint-Suliac (35 - Ille-et-Vilaine);
• La Gacilly (56 - Morbihan);
• Saint-Cado (56 - Morbihan);
• Pont-Aven (29 - Finistère).
Which are the most beautiful beaches in Brittany?
When on holiday at a family campsite in Brittany, if there’s one thing you simply must do, it’s to spend a day at the beach! With nearly 2,500 km of coastline, there’s plenty of scope for sandcastles and splashing in the Celtic Sea’s waves! Here are our holidaymakers’ favourite spots to chill out and top up their tan:
• Raguenez beach, known as “Tahiti beach” in Névez (29);
• Saint-Guirec beach, looking out to the island of Costaerès in Perros-Guirec, in the Cotes-d’Armor (22);
• Trestrignel and Trestraou beaches, in Perros-Guirec, in the Cotes-d’Armor (22);
• Bellangenet beach, in Bénodet, in the Finistère (29);
• Le Kérou beach, in Clohars-Carnoet, in the Finistère (29);
• The beach at La Pointe Saint-Gilles, in Bénodet, in the Finistère (29);
• Lomener beach, in Plœmeur, in the Morbihan (56).
What are the must-see tourist attractions in Brittany?
When you stay at one of our campsites with direct access to the beach in Brittany, make sure you visit the region’s landmark sites. Here are our holidaymakers’ favourite tourist destinations in Brittany:
• Carnac: the Carnac stone alignments offer a fascinating insight into Brittany’s ancient history;
• Paimpont: the legendary Brocéliande forest transports visitors into a world of Arthurian legends;
• Plévenon: Fort La Latte, a fortress overlooking the sea at a height of over 60 metres;
• The Customs Path: this runs through several coastal towns and offers breathtaking views for hiking enthusiasts;
• And finally St Malo: the most famous seaside resort in Brittany with its magnificent beaches.