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Campsite Brittany France

A Brittany campsite is an ideal choice for a holiday in Northern France. For real sun worshippers, it’s never a problem to find beaches near your campsite: Brittany is a peninsula, after all, with the sea around it on three sides. But if you are itching to do something, then Brittany also boasts splendid unspoilt countryside and a wealth of sights.

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Campsite in Brittany: plenty to enjoy

Camping in Brittany has plenty to recommend it. You can choose between big campsites, with fantastic swimming pools, or seek out quiet little campsites. Another advantage is that all Brittany campsites are near the sea.

A holiday in Brittany is not just about soaking up the sun but also about enjoying fine food. Make a beeline for those delectable Breton fish dishes, or other regional specialities, in one of the many excellent restaurants in the region. You can even seek out the tastiest fish yourself in one of Brittany’s numerous fishing ports and take them back to the campsite to cook for yourself!

Brittany’s unspoilt nature

There are plenty of options for day trips from your campsite in Brittany. Along the coast, for instance, you will encounter a series of natural wonders:

  • Crozon — one of France’s loveliest peninsulas;
  • Pointe du Raz — the pink granite coast at Ploumanach;
  • Cap Fréhel — a nature reserve full of colour and bird life.

Culture in Brittany

You really shouldn’t miss a visit to the historical Breton cities while staying at your campsite: Brittany is a region very rich in history.

  • Rennes is the regional capital and largest city in Brittany.
  • Fort La Latte (which has often served as the backdrop for Second World War action films) is well worth a visit, too.
  • In Dol-de-Bretagne, an intimate town of 5,000, you will find an ancient cathedral.
  • Carnac is renowned for its menhirs (standing stones).

Océanopolis in Brest is great fun with the children. Also enjoyable is visiting one of the many lighthouses along the coast of Brittany. The Brittany coast will also have you spoilt for choice for boat trips.

Stayed on Campsite La Touesse in Saint-Lunaire in August 2017

The area around the campsite is picturesque & the beaches are great, days out to st malo & mont st michel were a must as the history & museums & old towns are great..

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Stayed on Campsite Yelloh! Village Les Pins in Erquy in August 2017

Fabulous walks and miles of sandy beaches, views to die for. Loads of free parking in the local town of erquy and several great restaurants. We found the local people very friendly and helpful when over coming the language barrier (my french is not the best, even though i do try).

10.0

Stayed on Campsite Domaine de L'Orangerie de Lanniron in Quimper in August 2017

Quimper is beautiful and an easy walk. Benodet great for nearest beaches - 20 min drive. Would recommend the day trip to iles de glenan too (weather dependent)

8.0

Stayed on Campsite Sandaya Les 2 Fontaines in Névez in August 2017

Positives:- beautiful area and lovely beaches. Negatives:- hard to get food when you want it everything overpriced. Shops closed pretty much all the time hard to find anything decent to do for kids without driving for many miles. Will be back to spain next year

5.0

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