Camping holidays Gulf of Morbihan
"Mor-Bihan" means "small sea" in Breton, and is an actual small inland sea with a scattering of 40 or so islands that are easy to reach by boat throughout the year.
Whether you are setting off for a trip on the Gulf or spending the day on one of its pretty islands, you'll certainly be getting away from it all! A member of the club of the "Plus Belles Baies du Monde" (loveliest bays in the world), the Gulf of Morbihan is home to some splendid natural locations for you to discover during your camping holiday. In the middle of the gulf, just 5 minutes away by boat, stop off at Ile aux Moines, where you'll discover its lovely, fine sand beaches and its evocatively-named woods.
You should also come and discover Ile d’Arz with its various little rocky and wooded islets. A little further on, opposite the Quiberon peninsula, don't forget to visit Belle-Ile-en-Mer, the largest island in Brittany at 83 km². With its sundrenched sand dunes, ragged cliffs, pretty little sheltered inlets and its moors, Belle-Ile- en-Mer, which is aptly named (beautiful island), provides an astonishing variety of landscapes, which have always been a source of inspiration for artists, poets, writers and painters. You should also make the most of your trip by visiting Ile de Houat, a real little corner of paradise with its wild landscapes, and Ile de Hoëdic.
Camping Gulf of Morbihan
In addition to the wonderful walks and changing landscapes of Morbihan, come and enjoy the activities on offer in the gulf. A word to enthusiasts: the Gulf of Morbihan is a paradise for sailing folk! And the same applies on land for those who enjoy hiking. Around 180 km of coastal paths await you here, via which you'll be able to walk along the coast of the Gulf of Morbihan and soak up the wonderful ocean views.