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Camping Pénestin

Exhibiting the true essence of coastal Brittany, the charming commune of Pénestin satisfies all the criteria needed for a brilliant camping holiday by the sea in north-west France. Situated close to the estuary of Vilaine on a scenic peninsula in the department of Morbihan, the town is blessed with a setting by the Atlantic Ocean and nearby no less than 14 beautiful beaches.

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Les Iles
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Direct access to the beach
Heated outdoor swimming pool
Children's club
Wooded and natural environment
£524From: £334
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
6 accommodation types available

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Le Domaine d'Inly
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Near a beautiful sandy beach
Canoeing and pedal boating on the large pond
Indoor and outdoor pool with cool slides!
Rural and quiet campsite
£510From: £420
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
7 accommodation types available
Moulin de l'Eclis
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Direct access to Pont-Mahé beach
Heated water park
Kids club in high season
Premium accommodation in pedestrian areas
From: £140
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
20 accommodation types available
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Camping holidays in Pénestin

The landscapes around the town are unique and beautiful, and include the ochre cliffs of a former Gold Mine, as well as wild creeks, rolling sand dunes, lagoons and the endless sprawl of the Atlantic Ocean. There’s no reason not to enjoy a truly relaxing camping holiday in Pénestin

If you are looking for adventurous outing, you’ll find that the area around Pénestin is a playground where you can enjoy water sports, exciting cycling excursions and much more.

What are our best campsites in Pénestin?

Our nearest and best campsite in Pénestin is the wonderful resort of Domaine d’Inly, a rural and relaxing destination where family holidays are enjoyed by visitors from all over Europe. Blessed with a gorgeous setting with picturesque parkland, the campsite is a great choice for outdoor escapes close to the sea.

The standout feature of the site is the superb swimming complex that comprises of a selection of outdoor and indoor pools, a meandering river, slides and a wellness centre. In keeping with its five-star rating, the campsite offers guests the chance to enjoy so much including visits to the mini farm, horse riding lessons and enrolment in exciting kid’s and teen’s clubs.

One of the best facilities of the campsite is the welcoming restaurant that is housed in a renovated farm building, giving your dining experiences a touch of authenticity and charm. Along with the lovely eatery, the site has plenty of other amenities and services for your convenience including a snack bar, souvenir shop, mini market, supermarket and takeaway service

The accommodation options at Domaine d’Inly are varied and include a selection of well-designed and inviting mobile homes that feature spacious living areas, useful amenities, sleeping areas for up to 6 guests and well-shaded and peaceful emplacements.

What are the best things to do while camping in Pénestin?

Stop dreaming and start planning your coastal camping trip to Brittany by booking a stay in picturesque Pénestin, the ideal spot for seaside stays in the north-west of France. Enjoy the sweeping bays and beautiful beaches of the local area as well as dramatic cliffs and blissful coves. For your chance to lay down your towel on soft golden sands, simply head to the nearest beach which can be found at Mine d’Or.

The beach at Mine d’Or, with its stunning golden cliffs that once was the site of gold mining, is not the only option close to Pénestin. Other beaches worth checking out on the peninsula include Plage de Men Armor and Plage de Camaret to the north and Loscolo, Plage de Goulumer and Pointe du Bile to the south.

It’s very convenient to have a car during your camping holiday in Pénestin, as this will give you the chance to access many of the best sightseeing spots in the heart of the area, including the castles of Château de Ranrouët and Chateau de la Bretesche.

Having your own transport also allows you to plan visit to some lovely Breton towns, such as Saint-Nazaire, which is home to some interesting tourist attractions like the Escal'Atlantic Museum and the Saint-Nazaire submarine. In Vannes, a historic walled city in the gulf of Morbihan, you can stop by the town’s age old ramparts as well as visiting the beaux arts museum and San Pedro Cathedral.