Our top 7 most beautiful spots in Morbihan to enhance your camping holiday

It's no secret that Morbihan is full of magnificent places to discover. To find the stopover that will make you dream or the destination of your next camping holiday in Morbihan, we have prepared a small selection of some of the most enchanting tourist sites in South Brittany. Let's go! Let's go!

Camping proche de sites touristiques

La Trinité-sur-Mer

Nestled in the heart of the bay of Quiberon, La Trinité-sur-Mer is a family seaside resort, a typical fishing village in southern Brittany and the home port of the most famous sailors. Dominated by the famous Kérisper bridge, the marina of La Trinité is a must for sea lovers. It is also a starting point for the Gulf of Morbihan and the islands of Southern Brittany such as Belle-Ile, Houat and Hoëdic. The right address: camping Kervilor - 21 Kervilor, 56470 La Trinité-sur-Mer camping de La Baie - Rue de Kervillen, 56470 La Trinité-sur-Mer

La pointe de Penboc'h

At the edge of the Gulf of Morbihan on the commune of Arradon near Vannes, the tip of Penboc'h is one of the most remarkable coastal sites of Southern Brittany, haloed with the beauty of its landscapes. It is here that is the beach of the same name, a pretty family beach ideally exposed south-east with in backdrop the Ile aux Moines and the Ile d'Irus ! As you continue your discovery, you will be charmed by the coastal paths, the smell of pines and oaks and the calm of small coves with an intimate character. The right address: the camping de Penboch - 9 Chemin de Penboch, 56610 Arradon

Carnac

Known throughout the world for its alignements de menhirs, Carnac is a dream destination for camping between Quiberon Bay and the Gulf of Morbihan. Appreciated for its fine sandy beaches, its yacht club, its casino, its thalasso and its ancient villas on the seafront, the resort undoubtedly seduces families in search of seaside pleasures and picturesque landscapes. The right address: The camping Le Moustoir - 71 Route du Moustoir, 56340 Carnac

Baden

Bordered by the Gulf of Morbihan, Baden is a small village in South Brittany halfway between Vannes and Auray. With nearly 37 km of coastline, Baden and its four islands (Reno, Grand Vezy, Petit Vezy, Sept-Îles) offer varied landscapes that serve as a natural setting for small chapels, tidal mills and typical Breton villages. From Port Blanc, you can escape to Île aux Moines after a short crossing at sea of only 5 minutes! The right address: The camping Mané Guernehué - 52 Rue Mané er Groez, 56870 Baden

La Falaise de la Mine d'Or

Between the Golfe du Morbihan and the Regional Natural Park of Brière, Pénestin shelters one of the sites classified impossible to circumvent of the destination Brittany Loire Ocean : the Beach of the Gold Mine and its high golden cliffs ! In the 19th century, people came here to look for gold flakes. Today, the beach attracts holidaymakers looking for a dreamlike setting to swim and enjoy a pleasant seaside holiday. The right address: The camping Le Moulin de l'Éclis - Pont-Mahé - 44410 Assérac

La côte sauvage de Quiberon

If it is the wild and authentic Brittany which brings you to spend your holidays camping in Morbihan, then you will love the wild coast of Quiberon! From Château Turpault to Pointe du Percho, there are nearly eight kilometres of coastline left to the turpitudes of the ocean, the invigorating air of the sea, the crash of the waves on the rocks, the small coves hidden between the steep cliffs... in short, one takes one's eyes full and one asks for more!

Saint Goustan - Port d'Auray

Former fishing and trading port, the port of Saint-Goustan is sheltered from the Auray River. Over the centuries, this small district of Auray has managed to preserve the perfume of yesteryear and the old port is the perfect example. The cobbled quays, the square lined with restaurants and art shops, the medieval half-timbered houses and the 13th century stone bridge offer visitors a stroll out of time.

Photo : © Yannick Le Gal - CRT Bretagne

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Publié le 27/07/2018 dans : Morbihan