Le Port de Plaisance
5 STAR CAMPSITE IN BRITTANY
IN FINISTÈRE BY THE SEA
A land of many facets, Brittany is an invitation to change scenery. From the Pink Granite Coast to Belle-Île en Mer, via Rennes, discover a diverse region. On land or sea, Brittany will surprise young and old travellers alike.
DISCOVERING ILLE & VILAINE
The gateway to Brittany, the Ille-et-Vilaine is a multi-faceted region. In Rennes, its capital, you can discover an exceptional cultural programme, stroll through medieval streets and enjoy a traditional galette-saucisse at the Lys market.
To the north of Ille-et-Vilaine is the magnificent Emerald coast. From the ramparts of Saint-Malo to the seaside resorts of Dinard, Saint-Briac-sur-Mer and Saint-Lunaire, take time to admire the picture-postcard beaches.
Lovers of architecture and history can visit the thousand-year-old town of Fougères before discovering Redon. A former seaport of Rennes, Redon stands on the Canal from Nantes to Brest.
Before heading to Le Port de Plaisance campsite in Bénodet, why not make a stop in Morbihan? In this corner of Brittany, the must-sees will delight all travellers.
A rare legacy of the Neolithic period, the megalithic site of Carnac offers you a real journey through time. Dolmens and menhirs are lined up for almost 4 km. Follow in the footsteps of your ancestors from another time to appreciate the originality of the area.
From Pointe du Percho to Château Turpault, a coastal path takes you to one of the most beautiful peninsulas in Brittany: Quiberon. Here, the waves carve into the cliffs while the foam explodes like fireworks against the rock.
From Quiberon, Vannes or Lorient, you can reach the island wonders of Morbihan. Like isolated pearls in the heart of the ocean, the islands of Houat, aux Moines, Hoëdic or Belle-Île-en-Mer have their own culture, architecture and nature. Every getaway to the islands of Morbihan promises a total change of scenery.
THE WONDERS OF THE CÔTES D'ARMOR
A unique site in the world, the Côte de Granit Rose attracts and fascinates visitors. On land and at sea, huge blocks of granite shape the coastline of the Côtes-d’Armor. From Ploumanac’h or Trestraou beach, follow the GR34 customs trail and amaze at the copper colours of the region.
Change of scene and atmosphere at the lac de Guerlédan. In the heart of a huge forest, take a deep breath of fresh air while trying out new sports activities. On foot, by kayak or mountain bike, discover the largest lake in Brittany. During your walks, take a break at the Abbaye de Bon Repos or climb the Mûr-de-Bretagne hill, the legendary finish of the Tour de France.
A few kilometres from Paimpol, set off for the island of Bréhat. The island is 3.5 kilometres long and 1.5 kilometres wide and can only be visited on foot or by bicycle. Following the paths leading to the Peacock Lighthouse, you will discover shelters for lost sailors and a multitude of beaches and coves.
THE LANDSCAPES OF FINISTÈRE
As its name suggests, Finistère marks the end of the land. At the far western end of France, there is a plethora of different towns and landscapes to discover.
During your holiday in Brittany, don’t miss a trip to the baie de Morlaix. Here you can admire the Pointe de Pen al Lann in Carantec as well as the île de Louët which seems so close and yet so far away. Strolls on the beaches, boat trips to the Château du Taureau or the île de Batz, bike rides and fishing on foot make your stay in Finistère an enjoyable one.
Although it is the Breton coastline that attracts visitors, the famous Monts d’Arrée cannot be ignored. With its rocks and hills, this playground will appeal to hikers and bikers alike.
With its Mediterranean island look, the Crozon peninsula has much in store for visitors. From one end of the peninsula to the other, you will discover a hatched coastline, maritime pines, steep cliffs and fields of heather. One look at the sea, and you can see turquoise water worthy of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean.
Ouessant is the westernmost island of France, situated on the borders of the Atlantic and the English Channel. With its five lighthouses and hiking trails that allow you to walk around the island, Ouessant is the ideal destination to enjoy a timeless moment.
DISCOVER THE WELLNESS AREA AT LE PORT DE PLAISANCE CAMPSITE