Take to the waves in Brittany.
Here in Brittany land and sea come together, forming a stunning tapestry of high cliffs, light house-capped headlands, rolling dunes and beautiful beaches of sand or wave-polished shingle. Visit the beautiful Crozon and Quiberon peninsulas or the islands of Ouessant, Glénan or Belle-Île-en-Mer. Explore its bustling sea ports with their picturesque sailing craft, the fishing villages and pirate haunts.
From your campsite in Brittany explore the region’s history and legends, the dramatic Pointe du Raz headland and the mysterious standing stones of Carnac. Proud of its identity, Brittany is keen to preserve its traditions and to share them with visitors as you will see at the many local festivals where you can sample its Celtic music, its local cuisine of galettes, crêpes and cider, and of course its seafood.
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Brittany’s typical fishing ports and villages
After a walk in the bracing sea air from your campsite in Brittany, take the time to enjoy a drink in a lively port café, watch the boats coming into anchor and perhaps stroll down to the fish market to watch the night’s catch being sold off. Concarneau, Doëlan and Douarnenez all boast traditional canneries that still process sardines according to time-honoured tradition.
The beautiful Breton coast
With a 2800km coastline stretching from Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy in the north to Loire-Atlantique in the south, the Breton peninsula juts out fearlessly into the Atlantic Ocean. Beloved of nature lovers and serious walkers alike, Brittany offers a wealth of coastal paths that will guide you along the Emerald Coast, the Pink Granite Coast, through the ‘Breton Cornwall’ to the Gulf of Morbihan, providing stunning scenery along the way.
The Breton countryside and the Côtes d’Armor
Inland, Brittany is criss-crossed by a network of walking and cycling paths that offer the ideal way of exploring the ‘enchanted’ Brocéliande Forest or the mysterious landscapes of the Monts d’Arrée. Further north, too, you’ll find our campsites in Brittany close to the pink granite coastline of Ploumanac’h, the port of Paimpol and the nearby Ile de Bréhat, the Cap Fréhel peninsula with its colourful flora, and the bay at the former pirate stronghold of Saint-Malo.
A camping holiday in Brittany – so much to see and do
A camping holiday in Brittany means taking the time to explore the region, returning year after year to really get to know the countryside and its people. With sites in Morbihan, Finistère, Côtes d'Armor and Ille-et-Vilaine, it’s difficult to know where to start. All we can tell you is that choosing a camping holiday in Brittany is your guarantee of a real change of scenery, an experience you won’t forget in a hurry. So, you’ve been warned! Come here once and you’re more than likely to return…