Discover the treasures of Morbihan during your holiday...
Camping Plus Bretagne campsites in Morbihan
Your camping holiday in Morbihan in Brittany
Between land and sea, beaches and menhirs, Morbihan is a favourite destination for campers in search of nature and adventure. Take a breath of fresh sea air with CAMPING PLUS BRETAGNE and discover the flagship destination of southern Brittany!
Explore the Gulf of Morbihan and its islands... camping by the sea in beautiful natural surroundings!
If you have always dreamt of exploring the Morbihan’s islands, renting a mobile home in La Trinité-sur-Mer at Kervilor or La Baie, is a good idea!
It is an ideal destination for exploring the Gulf of Morbihan. During a commented cruise, you can admire this small inland sea comprised of about forty inhabited islands and islets which are still wild!
Starting from Quiberon, famous for the beauty of its landscapes, its wild coast and sandy beaches, you can take the boat and enjoy a fabulous day on Belle-Ile, the largest of the Breton islands. A short distance away, its little sisters, Houat and Hoëdic, also attract hikers and families in search of wild seascapes and authentic atmospheres.
From Lorient, the city of 5 ports famous for its Interceltic festival, Cité de la Voile Eric Tabarly, the submarine base and museum, set sail for the island of Groix ! After a short ferry crossing, you will land on a heavenly island boasting beautiful beaches, wild coves and small typical harbours.
Vannes, near Arradon at Penboch,is a charming medieval city over two thousand years old with its ramparts, half-timbered houses, castle and cathedral. From here you can take a trip to Ile aux Moines. Rightly known as "the pearl of the Gulf", this small island promises visitors an exotic setting, a 5 minute ferry crossing away!
From the pier of Port Navalo or Locmariaquer, you can sail towards the small island of Arz. This wild, island is much appreciated for its beaches and alleys lined with pretty low-roofed houses. An invitation to escape!
If you particularly like the peacefulness of small villages, the long walks on the coastal paths and landscapes with ever-changing colours, then look for a campsite on the shores of the Gulf of Morbihan, like Mané Guernehué. Baden, and its surrounding villages, are simply magnificent: the Auray river on one side, Baden’s islands on the other and opposite, Île aux Moines!
The Quiberon peninsula and Carnac on the horizon in Brittany!
If you enjoy hiking, ocean landscapes or if you are passionate about boating, choose a mobile home between the Gulf of Morbihan and the Quiberon Peninsula. The wild coast of Quiberon is a wonderful playground and a great place to explore ! On foot or by bike, you can reach Pointe de Conguel at the southern end of the Quiberon Peninsula or follow the footpath that leads from Quiberon to Etel. Don’t miss: the largest sand dunes in Brittany stretching to the tip of Gâvres, Fort Penthièvre (18th century), the pretty little fishing and yachting port of Port-Haliguen, the beaches of Port Bara and Port Blanc...
If you have decided to book your holiday rental in Carnac at Le Moustoir, you can’t possibly miss out on visiting one of Brittany's most famous tourist sites. You guessed it, Carnac's legendary standing stones! Thousands of menhirs erected over nearly 4 kilometres make up the largest megalithic complex of this type in the world.
Pays de Lorient combining culture, beach and nature!
If you are still wondering where to camp in Morbihan, take a closer look at the campsites around Lorient. From Guidel to Larmor-Plage, the long beaches of fine sand are a delight for families and watersports enthusiasts such as sailing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. In the background, you can see Fort Bloqué, the citadel of Port-Louis and the island of Groix! Hennebont is also worth a visit. Take a stroll along the wall walk which offers an unobstructed view of the gardens and ramparts of the Ville-Close. If you are passionate about river fishing, you may prefer a campsite on the banks of the Scorff and the Blavet in the heart of Morbihan, as do kayakers, hikers (GR 38) and cyclists.
A little escapade from the Rhuys Peninsula to La Roche Bernard in Brittany
There’s plenty to do on the Rhuys peninsula too. Discover Suscinio castle, former residence of the Dukes of Brittany built at the end of the Middle Ages, but also the Cairn du Petit Mont, Saint-Gildas Abbey, Crouesty marina and Port-Navalo or the salt marshes of Lasné, home to thousands of birds. On the road that leads to La Roche-Bernard, a small town of character with its old port, old quarters and craftsmen's workshops, stop off in Damgan, a charming seaside resort famous for its large sandy beaches from where you can see the Guérande Peninsula. Near Muzillac, you will enjoy spending an afternoon with the children at Branféré Zoo, the most visited park in Morbihan. Another nearby discovery: the Arzal dam, the largest estuary dam in Europe!
Découvrez nos campings dans le Morbihan
Located in South Brittany, the campsite Kervilor is only a mile away from the popular boating and fishing resort of La Trinité-sur-Mer. Set in a peaceful location, it is a great choice for a couple or a family holiday just a short distance away from the sandy beaches. If you are looking for comfort and services : it will provide you all you need !
La Baie campsite offers comfortable accommodation: mobile homes, cottages and camping pitches (approximately 100 m²), a heated, partially covered swimming pool and lots of activities for all ages.
The indoor pool complex is a great place to relax. The heated complex which features a paddling pool, massage bench and counter-current river, is open through the season from the day the campsite opens. The campsite offers comfortable mobile home rentals for holidays and weekend breaks to explore Brittany and the Morbihan.
Camping Le Moustoir is a small 4 star campsite in Carnac, quite close to the standing stones area, a few miles away from Carnac sandy beaches. Bar, restaurant, leisure and a perfect spot for children: mini farm, bouncy castles, playgrounds, modern soccer and basketball pitches, table tennis, boules....
The numerous on-site activities at Mané Guernehué campsite are a joy to both adults and children alike: zip-lining, tree-top climbing, archery (in the summer), bouncy castles, trampolines, riding centre, pony rides, riding lessons, minigolf, kids’ club, entertainment, fishing in the pond.
We also have an outdoor pool complex and waterslides, an indoor heated pool, a spa and wellness centre « Douc’heure du Golfe » with sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi, sensory showers, beauty and body treatments, face and body massages as well as a fitness room which offers a fabulous view over the indoor and outdoor pools.