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Which campsite to choose in Brittany ? Selection of 10 essential establishments

Ah Brittany! It is always a great success with vacationers who are looking for regions where temperatures remain mild during the summer season. And then, how not to be seduced by the beauty of the landscapes of the Pink Granite Coast, the cliffs of Finistère, the islands of Morbihan, without forgetting the forests full of legends and the medieval villages? Brittany is a territory where it is rare to be too hot under the tent. Let's take advantage of it and settle down in a campsite along the coast or further inland. Do you feel like Brittany, the sea, beautiful stones and gastronomic delights? Here are 10 campsites in Brittany recommended by Le Petit Futé.

1- Domaine de la Ville Huchet, Saint-Malo

Want to discover the ramparts of Saint-Malo and the splendors of the Emerald Coast during your vacation? Go to this campsite which is located only 6 km from the main beach of the Corsair City. The setting is idyllic, with 6.5 hectares of wooded and green spaces where you can find mobile homes, cottages on stilts, chalets and lodges with all the comforts. There is also a large choice of pitches for tents and caravans. A big plus is the indoor swimming pool and the water park with slides. A multitude of activities are possible on site with a playground, a mini golf, a multisport field and sports activities. There is even a crêperie for a well-deserved gourmet moment at the end of the day. Dinard, the port of Cancale, the remarkable city of St-Suliac and the bay of Mont-St-Michel are accessible in no time.

2- Camping Cap-Ouest, Lanvéoc

Direction Finistère to put down your bags in the north of the Crozon peninsula, in this campsite which offers incredible views on the sea. There are bare pitches, but also chalets, hiker tents and lodges with all the comforts for glamping enthusiasts. The access to the beach is direct, which is a great advantage for those who plan to spend hours on the sand. One can also enjoy a game of ping-pong, petanque and activities related to the partners, sand yachting, sea escapades or hiking. There are a thousand things to do around the campsite: go and see the Lagatjar alignments, take a walk at the Cap de la Chèvre and have the feeling of having reached paradise by going to put down your towel at the beach of the Île Vierge at the foot of the Pointe de Saint-Hernot

3- Camping de Pen-Guen, Saint-Cast-le-Guildo

Located between Dinard and Cap Fréhel, this campsite offers a beautiful view on the sea. The beach is only 600 m away. Pitches and mobile homes are located in the heart of a vast domain planted with trees and flowers in Saint-Cast-le-Guildo. Families will also have the pleasure of discovering that the structure has its own lagoon, a heavenly fine sand beach of 800m2 with sand, deckchairs and a swimming pool treated without chemicals. A mini-market is available to fill the fridge, entertainment is offered and you can even rent bicycles on site to explore the surrounding area. Tasting oysters in Cancale, visiting the Fort La Latte or strolling in Dinan are all possible ways to enjoy a memorable vacation.

4- Camping Les Grands Sables, Locmaria

There is nothing like the gentle atmosphere of Belle-Île-en-Mer in Morbihan to relax and recharge your batteries for the rest of the year. This campsite located in Locmaria, only 300 m from the most beautiful beach on the island, offers free pitches, mobile homes and chalets. There is everything you need on site to keep the children busy with ping-pong tables and board games available. The beach is a meeting place for those who want to enjoy various water sports. Renting a bike allows you to visit the sites of interest on Belle-Île, such as the Romanesque church of Locmaria, the needles of Port Coton or Sauzon and its pastel-colored facades.

5- Camping Sandaya Le Ronolien, Perros-Guirec

This 5 star campsite offers pitches, mobile homes and cottages in the heart of a protected natural site. Young and old alike will quickly want to take advantage of the exceptional water park with pools, waterfalls and slides. You can also go and relax for a few moments in the spa area. This campsite in Perros-Guirec is animated during the day with various activities, without forgetting the wild evenings! Another advantage is that we are two steps away from the superb landscapes of the Pink Granite Coast, whose incredible rock formations flow into a clear sea. Not to be missed of course: the beaches of Ploumanac'h!

6- Camping Celtic Village, Tréméoc

This campsite in the south of Finistère offers the unusual experience of settling in a Gallic hut made from natural materials and perfectly equipped! This structure in Tréméoc is equipped with a heated swimming pool, a private pond for fishing and you can even benefit from Celtic energy treatments and massages for maximum relaxation. The location is ideal for watching the sailors return to the charming and lively port of Guilvinec or to Bénodet. The seaside resort offers an access in one hour to the sublime archipelago of Glénan

7- Camping du Haras, Monterblanc

This campsite located near Vannes in Monterblanc has beautiful pitches and mobile homes. Many activities are proposed to the whole family. Children's clubs welcome the little ones and the water park with slides is the promise of fun and games. Outside the structure, a wide range of visits and activities await young and old. Walks in the beautiful medieval city of Vannes, fishing in the heart of the Landes de Lanvaux and nautical activities on the islands of the Gulf of Morbihan. You will enjoy a condensed version of Brittany, between nature and local heritage.

8- Camping Les Gayeulles, Rennes

Notice to vacationers who prefer to stay close to the big cities. Rennes has a superb campsite close to the city, in the heart of a hundred-hectare forest park. You can stay in a tent, a caravan, a motor home or in one of the charming citylodges, perfectly equipped and with a contemporary look. A bus stop allows you to reach Rennes in no time to discover the multiple charms of the city labeled Cities and Countries of Art and History. You can also go for a walk in the surroundings, along the towpaths or in the mysterious forest of Broceliande.

9- Camping des Sables Rouges, Groix

The island of Groix is home to one of the most beautiful convex beaches in Europe and a remarkable fauna and flora. It is a small haven of peace for a relaxing stay. In tent, caravan or lodge, you have an ideal location, with direct access to the beach to enjoy the joys of the seaside. The structure offers various services, including breakfast and the presence of a pizza truck and another one for burgers and fries and other waffles. Among the possible activities on site: petanque, ping-pong, volleyball, outdoor fitness area and bike and kayak rental. Beaches, nature, heritage, there is so much to discover on the island of Groix that you won't want to leave!

10- Camping du manoir de Penn ar Ster, La Forêt-Fouesnant

La Forêt-Fouesnant is a seaside village of character in Finistère. The camping du manoir de Penn ar Ster is a perfect accommodation solution to enjoy its gentle way of life and its conviviality. It has a wooded and flowery setting. Pitches and mobile homes are located around a charming Breton manor. Tennis court, children's playground, petanque field and game room, various equipments are available for your entertainment. There is also the possibility of renting electric bikes, useful to explore the surroundings in soft mobility mode. Bénodet, Locronan and the Pointe du Raz are among the sites of interest to be seen at all costs in the area.

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