Camping An Trest is a 4 star campsite located in Sarzeau in the Brittany region of France.
Camping An Trest
This brilliant 4 star family friendly campsite occupies a wonderful position along the Rhuys Peninsula.
The Rhuys Peninsula lies approximately 21km to the south of Vannes between the Gulf of Morbihan and the Atlantic Ocean. This brilliant location means you benefit from some fantastically warm weather.
The best way to explore the surrounding area is via foot or bicycle because of the number of tracks and trails. However as an alternative you should consider one of the boat trips to see the Gulf of Morbihan or visit nearby Vannes.
A fantastically wide, sandy and rocky beach lies under 1km away from the campsite. It is perfect for families and those interested in sunbathing or water sports. Furthermore, there’s also plenty of space for you to relax and play in the sand. Meanwhile the rocks provide an ideal location for children to look for tiny sea creatures.
When you’ve had enough of exploring, the campsite has a wealth of activities to keep you busy.
The on-site water park is fantastic because it has a heated outdoor pool, an indoor pool and a children’s pool. It even includes a fabulous space bowl slide for the more adventurous.
Campsite activities and facilities
Camping An Trest campsite offers a comprehensive selection of activities and facilities on site and also nearby to ensure you have a fantastic family holiday.
On-site activities include a playground, table tennis, multi sports ground, tennis, football, basketball, volleyball, mini golf, boules and a bouncy castle.
Places to visit near to the campsite include the historic Chateau Suschino, Vannes, Carnac and finally Auray.
Facilities available include WIFI, restaurant, snack bar, takeaway, bar, groceries, games room, animation team, washers and dryers.
Accommodation at Camping An Trest includes a range of 2 and 3 bedroom mobile homes that are available.
Travelling to your campsite
If you’re looking to travel to Camping An Trest by ferry take a closer look at France Ferry Booker.