Campsite holidays in the Ille et Vilaine

Campsites PLUS of Brittany in Ille et Vilaine

Your camping holiday in Ille-et-Vilaine

It's decided, you'll spend your next holiday camping in Ille-et-Vilaine? CAMPING PLUS BRETAGNE offers you to discover everything you need to see during your stay in Haute Bretagne!

The Emerald Coast: Saint-Malo, Cancale, Dinard, Cap Fréhel... names that make you dream in Brittany!

Go to the discovery of Saint-Malo, the famous Breton corsair city! If you do it in advance, you will easily find a camping rental by the sea at Saint-Malo campsite le P'tit Bois, or at least around. There is no better place to enjoy the Bay of Saint-Malo, especially during the great tides, the most spectacular in Europe. From the top of the ramparts, admire the breathtaking view over the Petit Bé fort and the national fort. In the heart of the walled city, lose yourself in the maze of small cobbled streets lined with old houses. Relax on the terrace of a café or restaurant or spread your towel on the Grande Plage which stretches over 3 km between the intramuros and the pointe de Rochebonne. Water sports enthusiasts will be able to practice their favourite sport: sailing, kayaking, stand up paddle, kite surfing, sand yachting, diving, fishing... With the children, you will be able to visit the Grand Aquarium of Saint-Malo and board the Nautilus to explore the depths of the oceans!

If you like wild landscapes, go to Cape Frehel! The spectacular cliffs of schist and pink sandstone which advance towards the sea offer panoramas of a rare beauty. Hikers can walk along the coast to reach Fort la Latte, one of Brittany's most famous castles. After a stopover in Cancale to eat oysters, take a nice sea trip in the bay of Saint-Malo and the bay of Mont Saint-Michel. Unless you prefer to spend the day on the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey. A change of scenery guaranteed! In an equally "British" atmosphere, Dinard, its Belle Époque villas, its seafront promenade and its casino are also a must for your camping holidays in Ille-et-Vilaine. To prolong the walk, continue towards Saint-Briac and Saint-Lunaire which combine the charm of an old fishing village with that of a calm and family seaside resort. Between Saint-Malo and Rennes, make a stop at the castle of Combourg, so dear to Chateaubriand, considered today as the cradle of romanticism. Finally, river tourism and cycling holiday enthusiasts will have a field day on the banks of the Ille-et-Rance Canal and the Vilaine. We discover the bucolic Brittany of the canals by letting ourselves be carried to Redon then the Roche-Bernard and finally Arzal.
Coucher du soleil sur les remparts de Saint-Malo

Rennes and the Brocéliande Forest: between history and legends in Brittany!

The beautiful city of Art and History of Rennes is a must for any camping holiday in Haute Bretagne. The Breton capital is at the same time a historical, student, festive and commercial city. For one day, you can visit the historic centre and the old quarters full of half-timbered houses, the Parliament of Brittany, the Opera House, Saint Peter's Cathedral or the magnificent Tabor gardens.

If you dream of a holiday full of magic and legends, then you will have to book your accommodation near the Brocéliande forest! You can search for Merlin's tomb, the Golden Tree, the Barenton Fountain, venture into the Val Sans Retour and visit Viviane's house to learn all about the Knights of the Round Table. A place to dream and find your child's soul! For campers who wish to combine culture and nature, Paimpont and its surroundings offer a multitude of leisure activities: geocaching, hiking and horseback riding in the forest, fishing, water sports or even accrobranche.

The gates of Brittany: everything starts in the land of Fougères and Vitré!

For a weekend camping, a week or more, you will find something to satisfy all your desires by visiting the land of Fougères. It is here that you can admire the largest medieval fortress in Europe that stands in the heart of Fougères. A few kilometres away, the Château de La Ballue (a 17th century jewel) and its Remarkable Gardens, the Parc Botanique de Haute-Bretagne, the most beautiful floral park in Ille-et-Vilaine, make nature walks rhyme with cultural discoveries. Make a small detour through the flourishing medieval city of Vitré and its castle, you are here at the gates of Brittany! It is also the starting point of the GR34 "Mont-Saint-Michel - Saint-Brieuc" and the GR37 "Redon - Josselin - Carhaix" which will lead you to discover all of Brittany!