Gulf of Morbihan
Pont-Mahé Bay, an unmissable port of call during your holiday!
With its long stretch of sand fringed by pine trees, Pont-Mahé Bay offers an exceptional landscape here in southern Brittany. In the heart of the Côte d’Amour, between the Gulf of Morbihan and the Guérande peninsula, it attracts kitesurfing fans, families in search of tranquillity and nature-lovers. It is also home to a remarkable flora and fauna, in fact the bay is a listed Natura 2000 site!
To make the absolute most of every day, there’s nothing better than a stay at our luxury campsite on Pont-Mahé Bay. After all, you thoroughly deserve a little break at the seaside! Whether you prefer renting a fully-equipped cottage or staying on an authentic camping pitch, you’ll have access to all our advantages: water park with waterslides, outdoor sports grounds, free children’s clubs... And, of course, a very special location right next to Pont-Mahé Bay!
Visit the Pont-Mahé Bay with the family
You couldn’t find a better beach for family bathing than that of Pont-Mahé! Not only is its water exceptionally warm for this corner of southern Brittany, but its gently shelving sand makes it a very reassuring beach for everyone. You’ll never be out of your depth!
And when not splashing happily in the water, sit back and enjoy the show from the beach: Pont-Mahé Bay is a renowned kitesurfing spot and it’s not unusual to come across top-level athletes who use it for training. Fancy having a go? The local watersports club is waiting with an introductory lesson just for you!
Visit Pont-Mahé Bay as a couple
In addition to its very special bathing spots, Pont-Mahé Bay also offers the ideal décor for a wonderful hike. Hand-in-hand set off along the coast until you reach the Pen-Bé headland, just south of Assérac. With the sublime panorama of the ocean, the melodious song of the birds and the refreshing scent of the sea spray, a fabulous journey awaits all your senses!
And if you want to head away from the bay to explore the Brière Natural Regional Park, don’t forget to stop off in the village of Kerhinet. This little hamlet, with its authentic thatched cottages, gives every impression of having been forgotten by time!
Camping Pont-Mahé Bay: our handy tips for a successful stay
To be certain of having your toes in the water, don’t forget to check the Pont-Mahé tide tables!
Love to go shellfish gathering? Then it’s out with the boots and buckets, and let the bay’s crabs and clams beware!
During your walk along the bay, you’ll be able to admire the vast oyster beds, a Pénestin speciality!
Useful to know: the Pont-Mahé beach is accessible to those with reduced mobility and is lifeguarded all summer!