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Camping Belle Plage Lorient, Morbihan

« A family campsite in the heart of Morbihan with direct access to a fine sandy beach! »

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Close to the camping La Belle Plage

You won't have time to get bored during your stay at Camping Belle Plage: there's just so much to do during your holiday in Morbihan! Visit the islands, take a walk along the coast, admire the menhirs at Carnac or explore the fascinating Breton culture… You're in for a truly exceptional holiday! From June to September, a shuttle service is available to take you to Ile de Groix. Boarding takes place at the harbour of Lomener, just 5 minutes from the campsite.

Camping Belle Plage
Rue de l'Anse du Stole
56270 Ploemeur
+33 (0)2 97 56 77 17
Village website

GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 47° 42' 21''
Longitude: W 3° 25' 27''
Work out your route

Ploemeur, 5 km
Lorient airport, 9 km
Lorient railway station, 10 km
Come and see the astounding Carnac Stones during your camping holiday. People of all ages will just love seeing this extraordinary megalithic location, which is 7,000 years old.
Set off for a camping holiday in the Gulf of Morbihan, one of the world's loveliest bays, and discover a magical location between the land and the sea.
Come and soak up the beauty of the landscapes, and the magical and unique sunrises and sunsets. Get your fill of fresh air on the coastal paths here!
A leading bird and nature reserve, this archipelago has become a yachting paradise, a place to learn and practice sailing and diving.
Come and enjoy some camping in Lorient, a town which is very much focused on the sea and where watersports and maritime traditions are everywhere for enthusiasts to make the most of. Setting off camping in Lorient means discovering a dynamic town which is very much focused on the sea, and which is well known for its five harbours: military, fishing (France's second largest), yachting, commercial and passenger, which is why it is known as the "town with five harbours".
Concarneau is located in one of Brittany's finest bays, and is a Breton town that looks out towards the ocean. With sailing and commercial harbours at various points in the old town, lovely fine sand beaches and fantastic walks looking out towards the sea and on its famous cornice, Concarneau is a fantastic choice for your camping holiday.
Set off on holiday to the pretty seaside resort of Guidel and come and discover the delights of the Brittany coast! Guidel-Plages is a seaside resort in Morbihan looking out towards the Atlantic and bordered to the west by the river Laïta, and has all sorts of possibilities for outings during your camping holiday. With its yachting harbour, countryside and the Laïta estuary, this pretty seaside resort has plenty of surprises in store for you!
Set off for a camping holiday in the Breton village of Ploemeur and enjoy a fantastic location looking out towards the ocean and Ile de Groix. Close to Lorient, looking out to the ocean and Ile de Groix, choose a camping holiday in Ploemeur, a Breton village which is thoroughly charming and where life is good.
Choose a camping holiday on the Quiberon peninsula, a perfect destination for a family holiday. With fine sand beaches, fishing and yachting harbour s and the wild coastline, you'll be pretty impressed ! The peninsula of Quiberon, which extends 14 km out to sea, is a very popular tourist destination in southern Brittany.
On the banks of a river, between Vannes and Lorient, Saint Goustan has traversed the centuries without losing any of its charm of yesteryear! Stroll through its 15th century streets or take a seat on the terrace of a restaurant.
Set off for a camping holiday close to Vannes in Morbihan and enjoy the delights of this lovely mediaeval town, with its colourful, half-timbered houses. Vannes is the perfect destination for family holidays or with your partner. Founded by the Romans in 56 BC, this charming, 2000 year old mediaeval town, which is listed as a "Ville d’Art et d’Histoire", is well-known for its historic and cultural heritage. Formerly home to the Dukes of Brittany, it has managed to retain all of its charm.

Breton culture

Take a journey back in time when you visit the traditional Breton village of Poul-Fetan. You'll be able to get an idea of what Morbihan was like during the 19th century, with its local culture, folklore and heritage. Find out about rural life at that time when you take part in shows and in village life, or have a go at some Breton games.

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