Camping Baden

Choose a camping holiday in Baden, which is midway between Vannes and Auray, beside the Gulf of Morbihan, and set off to discover one of the loveliest bays in the world.

Baden, a seaside resort beside the Gulf of Morbihan and bordered to the west by the River Auray, includes the islands of Reno, Grand Vézy, Petit Vézy and Sept Iles, which are also part of the commune. In Baden itself, don't forget to pay a visit to the church of St Pierre, with its painted timber vault, the town's three chapels (Penmern, Locmiquel and Mériadec), its two watermills and the Dolmen de Toulvern. At low tide, head for les Sept Iles where you'll be able to enjoy some fantastic views over the Gulf of Morbihan.

Midway between Vannes and Auray, you'll have plenty of opportunity to set off to discover these two unusual and authentically charming, typically Breton towns.

Camping holidays Baden

When you choose a camping holiday in Baden, you'll be perfectly located for exploring the Gulf of Morbihan. Just 2 km from the centre ofBaden, Port Blanc, the local harbour, is the main embarkation point for a small boat trip on the Gulf of Morbihan. So you can visit Ile aux Moines, Ile d’Arz, and Ile Houat and Hoëdic at the same time. The Gulf of Morbihan belongs to the club of the "Plus Belles Baies du Monde" (loveliest bays in the world), and you'll love it during your camping holiday here!

When it comes to fine food and local specialities, here's a word of advice for enthusiasts: oyster farms are Baden's main maritime activity. As the Gulf of Morbihan is a special location for growing oysters you mustn't forget to try some. And Wednesday is market day at Port Blanc, so this is the perfect place to discover and try some of the region's local specialities.

Where sport is involved, don't panic, as in Baden, there are all sorts of lakes which are perfect for watersports. So during your camping holiday, you'll be able to sail on a catamaran, enjoy some windsurfing or stand up paddle boarding, some kayaking, or how about going round the Gulf of Morbihan on foot or by bike?