Our Best Campsites In Brittany
We take enormous pride in our selection of campsites in Brittany, having handpicked the finest resorts in the very best locations. From sunny seaside getaways to hidden retreats in the heart of nature, you’ll find the ideal spot for a camping holiday in Brittany with us.
The striking setting of La Grande Metairie, in the grounds of a gorgeous Breton Manor, lures campers to enjoy an outdoor escape with a hint of luxury. Discover first-class accommodation with hot tubs and amazing campsite amenities. The lively resorts of Escale St Giles and Domaine Des Ormes are pitch perfect for a family focused holiday with plenty of things to do, both onsite and in the local areas.
With options catering to all budgets and holiday preferences, why not discover what an al fresco adventure in Brittany is truly like.
Things to do when camping in Brittany
With a landscape that is rich in diversity, visitors to Brittany are rewarded with the chance to experience the region in many different ways. With enlightening trips into the historical and cultural aspects of Breton life to fun and exciting outdoor activities, you can find it all here.
Discover the windswept coastal areas of Cap Fréhel, Pointe du Raz and Côte de Granit Rose, each featuring striking views from their respective lighthouses. For a day by the beach, consider whiling away the hours on the beautiful sands of Plage du Sillon, Plage de L’ile Vierge and Ile-Tudy.
St. Malo, a scenic port town with an inviting beach lies on the northern coast and features a few sightseeing opportunities such as the Micro Zoo, Grand Aquarium, Catherdal and Fort National tidal island. Head south from St. Malo and you’ll arrive at the Rennes, a city filled with beautiful architecture such as Saint George Palace and le Palais du Parlement.
In the south, the town of Carnac is home to the awe-inspiring megalithic site of standing stones that are said to date back to 4000BC. Couple a visit to the ancient standing stones with a stop at the Prehistoric Museum. The beaches of Carnac Plage are inviting, with Grand Plage being popular for family days out by the sea.
For kids eager to have fun while learning something new, the huge aquarium at Océanopolis in Brest is a great option. The facility is home to Europe’s largest penguin colony, sharks and tropical fish.
A visit to Brittany isn’t complete without wandering the streets of at least one fairy tale village or town. Take a step back in time as you explore the cobbled streets and winding alleyways of medieval towns such as Dinan, Auray and Rochefort-en-Terre.
Head into the heart of the countryside in search of stunning chateaux. The region has many, but you’ll find a truly special castle experience at Chateau de Suscino, Chateau de Trévarez, Chateau de Keriolet or Chateau de Josselin.