At Go Camp France we love the campsites in Brittany for 3 main reasons. Firstly for the short crossing time from the UK. Secondly for the beautiful stretches of coastline, both sandy and rocky and finally for the wealth of attractions and things to do such as the ancient stones at Carnac and the fortified castle Fort La Latte.
Château de Galinée is located in the Brittany countryside, a short distance from the coastal town of St Cast. This quiet, family run campsite is part of the "Castels" group and boasts a superb range of activities and facilities.
Château des Ormes is in our opinion one of the best campsites in Brittany, if not France. Set in around 400 acres of wooded parkland in the grounds of the Château, the family run campsite has a range of facilities and activities which offer something for every type of family holiday.
Ty Nadan is part of the "Castels" group and is set in around 60 acres of wooded parkland on the banks of the river Elle, within the wonderful Breton countryside. There's a whole host of activities available, making Ty Nadan a firm favourite for families of all ages. No matter how active you want your family holiday to be, you won't be disappointed.
Pointe St Gilles is a wonderful campsite on the south coast of Brittany which offers you the best of both worlds. With direct access to a beautiful sandy beach and further beaches just along the coast, you really are spoilt for choice.
Les Deux Fontaines is an action packed campsite perfect for families looking to enjoy the outdoor life. The south Brittany coastline is just a short distance away with many sandy beaches, harbours, coves, villages and coastal paths to explore.
Raguénès Plage is the perfect place for anyone looking for the ultimate relaxing holiday. Located on the south coast of Brittany, this quiet campsite is extremely popular with families of all ages but especially so with those with young children.
Enjoying a wonderful location, Les Menhirs is perfect for those seeking a beach holiday. The campsite is located on the south coast of Brittany near to Carnac Plage and only around 300 meters from Grande Plage beach.
Set in wonderful parkland, a short distance from Carnac and the coast, lies La Grand Métairie. This wonderful campsite is part of the "Castels" group and as such has a comprehensive range of facilities and activities on offer.
Brittany is one of the most popular places to go on a family camping holiday in France. Why? we hear you ask...
Could it be the the long standing, close links between the British Iles and Brittany...spanning back to the days of cross channel trading...the immigration into the area during the dark ages...? Or could it be the spectacular cuisine on offer, including the regions crepes, cider and freshly caught local seafood.
Maybe it's simply because Brittany as a region has three unique coastlines, each of which provides a completely different type of camping holiday destination!
Just a short drive from many of the ports is the north coast of Brittany. With it's seaside resorts, jutting headlands and soft sandy beaches Brittany is a must visit for any family wishing to go camping in France and benefits from being easily accessible via Roscoff or St Malo.
The neighbouring region of Normandy is home to the ports of Cherbourg, Caen and Le Harve. Alternatively, the south coast of Brittany has a more a milder climate with equally stunning beaches plus the addition of lush river valleys and woodlands.
The west coast is the most dramatic where it borders the Atlantic with its crashing waves and spectacular rock formations. The region is also home to numerous picturesque villages and towns including its capital Quimper which is steeped in medieval history, culture and folklore.
Whether you go camping in Brittany as a family, couple or on your own you'll find that the region has lots to offer!
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