Camping in Brittany

Welcome to Brittany

Discover Northern Brittany and its treasures

Visiting Brittany on holiday

Have you taken possession of your fully equipped standing rental? Go around our facilities? Challenged your kids to ping-pong and archery? Place for the exploration of the north of Brittany. From camping l’île Verte, go by bike or by car along the coast of Ille-et-Vilaine towards Mont-Saint-Michel. On your left, the bay characterised by its high tides. Visit the abbey and buy the famous butter biscuits from mother Poulard. A little hollow? Stop at one of the many restaurants inside the mount to savour a delicious buckwheat crepe (the traditional patty) with a bolée of Breton cider. Unless you prefer to enjoy the oysters of the Vivier-sur-Mer or Cancale.

Are you satisfied? Follow the Emerald Coast and fill your lungs with iodized air at the tip of the Grouin. Discover Saint-Malo and its famous ramparts, then the close city of the Corsair city. Cross the estuary of La Rance to stroll on the jetty of Dinard, a famous seaside resort that has a nice seaside casino. Before returning to the campsite, take a detour through Dinan, a city of art and history that houses fabulous half-timbered and stone homes, as well as more than 70 buildings classified as historic monuments.

Places of interest in Brittany

After visiting the jewels of the Emerald Coast (Cancale, Saint-Malo, Dinard, Cap Fréhel), another equally beautiful stretch of coastline awaits you in its extension: The Côte de Granit Rose (Côtes-d’armor) dotted with seaside resorts and places of Posh resorts like Perros-Guirec and Pléneuf-Val-André.

To immerse yourself in Breton culture, Quimper’s visit is a must. A city of art and history, the capital of Cornouaille is home to an exceptional cultural heritage (Cathedral of Saint-Corentin, Church of Locmaria).

Visiting Brittany is also getting lost in the alleys of villages with stone and half-timbered houses like Dinan and Locronan (one of the most beautiful villages in France), ordering a seafood platter on the port of Concarneau or Guilvinec, crossing the Gates of the Cité de la Voile Éric Tabarly in Lorient, the historic centre of Vannes after eating a pancake with wheat or buckwheat, rent a boat to sail in the Gulf of Morbihan or go around the islands (Glénan, Ouessant, Groix , Belle-Ile-en-Mer), Discover beautiful medieval castles (Janjua, vitreous, ferns).

Finally, impossible to leave Brittany without a spa stay in a thalassotherapy center, a stroll in the forest of Brocéliande and a hike on the GR 34, a fabulous route called “customs Trail” that runs along the 2 000 km of Breton coasts.