Sandy beach in
Bénodet

‘Vieux port’ in
Concarneau

Coastline in
Perros-Guirec

‘Vieille Ville’ in
Quimper

Standing stones in
Carnac

Mobile home and camping holidays in Brittany

This famous area is particularly reputed for its stunning coastline, pretty villages and fine cuisine. But these are only half the story of what makes Brittany a firm favourite with visitors of all ages.

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Campsites in Brittany

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Camping Sunêlia L’Atlantique

Fouesnant

This family-friendly campsite is a firm favourite with children of all ages. Nestled in an idyllic natural setting, you’re only a short stroll away from a superb sandy beach.

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Yelloh! Village L’Océan Breton

Lesconil

Located near the lively resort of Bénodet, l’Océan Breton is an extremely well-kept campsite particularly recommended for young families.

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Yelloh! Village La Plage

Le Guilvinec

Yelloh! Village La Plage is a fun-packed family site with direct access to a superb sandy beach.

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Yelloh! Village Le Ranolien

Perros-Guirec

Enjoying a lively atmosphere, Le Ranolien is also ideally located along the stunning pink granite coast.

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Camping Le Moustoir

Carnac

Slightly away from the hustle and bustle of Carnac-Plage, Le Moustoir is a well-kept campsite with plenty of activities on offer.

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Give a camping holiday in Brittany a go and you’ll soon find out why so many people keep returning year after year. Here, the coastline is one of the most beautiful coastlines of the Atlantic, ranging from intimate rock pools and coves to stunning fine sandy beaches.

Thanks to its historical and cultural heritage, Brittany still has a very strong Celtic feel. Throughout the summer months, you’ll find numerous festivals and other events celebrating the regional’s cultural identity and Celtic heritage.

Because of its rocky coastline and fishing history, Brittany’s coast is dotted with many fishing ports and lighthouses. Some particularly famous, like the Eckmühl lighthouse, are a must see when holidaying in the area.

Many people also come here for the food, which is quite frankly amazing. Besides the famous galettes, crèpes, and other local specialities, Brittany is particularly well-known for its seafood, regarded as one of the best in the world.

You can’t go wrong choosing a camping holiday in Brittany. Pretty towns, stunning coastline, family fun and excellent food: it has it all!

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