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Brilliant Brittany calls out to the explorer in all of us. You’re beckoned to discover its rugged coastline, enchanting villages, dense woodlands and historic cities. A mild climate, delicious cuisine and rich culture amplify the experience; one that you’ll never forget.

Discover our fantastic selection of campsites in Brittany, complete with great swimming pools, recreational facilities, restaurants, shopping amenities and wonderful accommodation, ranging from rustic to luxurious.

Camping Holidays In Brittany

Discover the wild coastline of northern Brittany home to sandy beaches, picture-postcard seaside resorts and fishing villages and excellent visitor attractions. Sojourn in the sophisticated south with its charming towns, pleasant resorts, and delicious seafood. No matter where you go in this wonderful corner of France, camping in Brittany offers up the perfect outdoor holiday location.

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Domaine des Ormes

Brittany | Dol de Bretagne
8.2/10 (121 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Very lively site, with plenty to do18-hole golf course on siteFantastic pool complexVisit Mont Saint...

la Grande Métairie

Brittany | Carnac
8.6/10 (37 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Fabulous pool complexLots of on site activitiesNear the beachClose to megalithic sites

le Bois de Pleuven

Brittany | St Yvi
5.8/10 (5 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Indoor and outdoor poolsClose to traditional Breton townsFamily friendly campsiteFantastic onsite ac...

Saint Jacques

Brittany | Sarzeau
8.1/10 (10 Reviews)
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La Baie de Kernic

Brittany | Plouescat
6.2/10 (6 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
300m away from a sandy beach15 miles from Roscoff ferry portQuiet, relaxing atmosphereHeated, covere...

Domaine de Kermario

Brittany | Carnac
8.5/10 (4 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Under 2 miles from the beachCovered and uncovered poolsRural settingClose to Carnac

Moulin de Kermaux

Brittany | Carnac
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Château de Galinée

7.9/10 (7 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Peaceful campsiteSet in château groundsClose to many beachesPerfectly located for exploring

Domaine d'Inly

Brittany | Pénestin
8.8/10 (4 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Close to fantastic beachesRural and peaceful campsiteFantastic pool complexGreat for all ages

Mer Blanche

Brittany | Bénodet
Canvas Holidays Camping

Pommeraie de l'Océan

Brittany | Tregunc
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le Châtelet

9.6/10 (10 Reviews)
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Breathtaking sea viewsAccess to beach from siteFriendly family run atmosphereGreat high season enter...

de l'Atlantique (Fouesnant)

Brittany | Fouesnant
8.2/10 (23 Reviews)
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Access to a stunning beachWater park with fun slidesIdeal for young familiesAttractive Fouesnant clo...

Escale St Gilles

Brittany | Bénodet
8.3/10 (30 Reviews)
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Very close to the beach and BénodetExciting pool complex and spaFriendly and well-maintainedLively ...

Orangerie de Lanniron

Brittany | Quimper
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Ty Nadan

Brittany | Locunolé
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Our Best Campsites In Brittany

We’re extremely proud of our campsites in Brittany, which can be found throughout the region and offer the perfect place to explore this captivating land. From coastal campsites to resorts in the midst of nature, you’ll have a stellar choice when you book with us.

You’ll find family friendly campsites such as the fantastic Domaine Des Ormes and Escale St Giles that provide great places for activity rich holidays for the kids. The brilliant destination of la Grande Metairie features an abundance of first-rate facilities and wonderfully luxurious accommodation.

So why wait? Start planning your camping holiday in Brittany and explore our stunning selection of campsites.

Things to do when camping in Brittany

The diverse landscape of Brittany affords you the opportunity to experience many things during your stay. From adventurous outdoor pursuits to captivating cultural trips, you can fill your holiday with so many memorable moments

On the coast, explore the windswept headlands and lighthouses at Pointe du Raz, Cap Fréhel and Côte de Granit Rose or enjoy the scenic beaches found at Plage du Sillon, Plage de L’ile Vierge and Ile-Tudy.

The inviting port town of Saint Malo features a nice beach along with many notable points of interest including Fort National, the Grand Aquarium, Micro Zoo and Saint Malo Cathedral. The vibrant university city of Rennes, acting as capital of the region, is rich with culture and stunning architecture, including the Saint George Palace and le Palais du Parlement.

Many visitors flock to Carnac and seek out the famous ancient standing stones that date back as far as 4000BC, before a visit to the Prehistoric Museum. The area is also home to many nice beaches including Plage de Kerhillio and Saint-Pierre beach.

Kids will relish a visit to Océanopolis, a huge aquarium and research centre in Brest that covers every corner of the planet! See Europe’s largest penguin colony, and take the elevator to the depths of the shark tank.

Don’t leave Brittany without exploring some of its fairy tale towns and villages, where you will be enchanted as you are pulled back in time. There are many in the region, with the medieval walls of Dinan, cobble streets of Auray and the Renaissance relics of Rochefort-en-Terre ranking among the most picturesque.

Brittany is home to so many charismatic chateaux, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Make your way to the stunning architectural feats of Chateau de Suscino, Chateau de Trévarez, Chateau de Keriolet or Chateau de Josselin.

Camping in Brittany: an ideal destination for camping between mythical forest and beautiful coasts

From the north to the south, Brittany is a land of history, tradition and culture. Its captivating coasts and pristine countryside make it one of the most visited regions in France. On its stunning shores, grassy dunes coexist with rugged cliffs, and pebble blends with fine sand on blissful beaches. Fantastic seaside locations such as Crozon, Ouessant, Glénan Islands and Belle Île en Mer display the destination's nautical charm. During a camping holiday in Brittany, get ready to appreciate the folklore of this unique region, traditional music and fine produce that includes cider, pancakes and oysters.

Where to go camping in Brittany? Top 4 of the most beautiful departments to discover

Brittany has 5 departments, each as charming as the next. What are their unique characteristics and where should you go camping?

Camping in Ille et Vilaine

Camping in Ille-et-Vilaine means discovering many legendary seaside resorts, such as Dinard, Saint-Malo and Saint-Lunaire, all of which are very popular during the summer. Nevertheless, camping in Ille-et-Vilaine is also, above all, an opportunity to discover mythical towns such as Fougères or Rennes. The rich heritage of the department attracts many visitors each year, who get lost in the legendary forest of Paimpont, admire the medieval fortified castles and taste the famous Cancale oysters.

Camping in Finistère

Camping in Finistère is especially attractive since the department has some of the most beautiful coastal landscapes in the region. Here, you can enjoy a holiday with your toes in the sand. Between the islands of Sein and Ouessant and the Channel coast, lovers of seaside holidays are well catered for. Camping in Finistère also means enjoying the fruits of the land, from the majestic heights of the Arrée Mountains and the Black Mountains; it's the ideal department for hiking with family or friends.

Camping in Morbihan

Morbihan, in the south of Brittany, experiences a significant influx of visitors each year, due to its fascinating prehistoric sites, which make the link between past and present. This striking mix of eras gives rise to a collective wonder, appreciated by the young and old alike! Camping in Morbihan is a great way to be near these mythical sites, while staying fairly close to the sea and coastal landscapes. Our campsites are a great base from which to explore the Gulf of Morbihan, one of the department's essential places to visit.

Camping in Côtes d’Armor

If you choose to go camping in the Côtes d´Armor, remember to pack your camera! The photogenic landscape captivates visitors to the department, who also come to discover the typical towns of the region such as Dinan, Lannion, Tréguier and Moncontour. By the sea, the pink granite and emerald coast are natural treasures of the Côtes d´Armor.

Brittany: An ideal destination for any type of holiday

Are you considering Brittany as your next holiday destination? Great choice! Whether you are traveling with your family, friends or as a couple, Brittany is perfect for creating memories for several years.

Campsites for families with children

If you plan to book one of our campsites in Brittany and bring along the kids, we'd recommend opting for a resort with a swimming pool complex. Although we have several excellent sites with swimming pools, we'd recommend a stay at Escale St Gilles. Located near the Atlantic Ocean, the campsite is perfect for a family getaway. Holidaymakers can enjoy visiting nearby seaside resorts, cultural sites and historic monuments, as well as Pointe Saint Gilles or the Anse de Groasguen.

Camping for couples

If you want to whisk your significant other away on a romantic holiday, we have a great selection of fantastic campsites in Brittany. Discover the wonderful Châtelet campsite, located in Saint-Cast-le-Guildo, a true 5-star haven of peace where you can enjoy all the premium services of the establishment. As for activities, there are many things to see in the surrounding area including the Moulin de la Mer Valley, the Ebihens Islands or Pointe de l'Isle.

Camping with your dog

For a camping trip in Brittany with your dog, plan to stay in a place where there are plenty of places to walk your canine companion! Consider booking a stay at Mer Blanche, where you will holiday in the heart of Bénodet, not far from Clohars-Fouesnant and its immense forest. This is an ideal place to come with your four-legged friend, and discover the beauty of Brittany together!

The best 3, 4 and 5 star campsite in Brittany for a great holiday on the Breton coast

In order to choose the campsite that best suits your needs, discover our selection of campsites in Brittany.

Campsites by the sea

Do you fancy a holiday with your feet in the water? Choose a campsite in Brittany located by the sea. One shining example of a brilliant coastal campsite is Saint-Jacques, which features direct access to the beach. You can enjoy the islands of Houat, Hoëdic and Belle Île in complete relaxation! Take the opportunity to visit, not far from there, the mythical Port of Crouesty. For a more luxurious option, we recommend a stay at Châtelet.

Campsites with a swimming pool

Due to the pleasant climate of the region, campsites with a swimming pool are very popular in Brittany. Just 300 meters from the beach and with an impressive aquatic area, Baie du Kernic is an excellent choice. In a higher price range, Domaine de Kermario is a fantastic family campsite located in the heart of Carnac and makes the ideal base from which to discover Port de la Trinité-sur-Mer, the Standing Stones of Carnac and the Ménec alignments.

5 star luxury campsites

For a 5-star campsite stay in Brittany, Château de Galinée campsite will amaze you. In the heart of lush greenery, this establishment is both pleasant for a stay as a couple or as a family. You can enjoy all the activities offered by the campsite but also discover the treasures of the Breton coast.

Our advice for an ideal camping holiday in Brittany

Find out everything you need to know for your next holiday in Brittany.

How much does it cost to go camping in Brittany?

  • Low season (March-June and September-November): prices are very attractive in low season. Depending on the destination, campsite and accommodation chosen, prices vary between £130/€150 and £430/€500 per week.
  • High season (July - August): in view of the strong demand for our campsites in Brittany during this period, prices are higher.
We have a very wide selection of campsites to suit all budgets, in the most popular and visited areas of Brittany. Regarding prices, it all depends on what you are looking for.

What type of camping accommodation is available in Brittany?

You can enjoy a wide range of accommodation in Brittany: tents, mobile homes, pitches, luxury glamping options or even bungalows with all the necessary comfort while remaining close to nature. In our 5-star campsites in Brittany, our ranges of mobile homes cater to all budgets. Featuring Air-conditioning, hot tubs and sun terrace or equipped simply with the essentials, you can find the accommodation option that suits you.

What are the best activities to do in Brittany?

There are many places to visit in Brittany and the surrounding area, here are just a few:

  • Pointe du Raz
  • The Glénan Islands
  • The Standing Stones of Carnac
  • The Grand Aquarium of Saint Malo
  • Locronan
  • Rochefort en Terre
  • Moncontour
  • Saint Suliac
  • The Gulf of Morbihan
Our campsites in Brittany are ideally located for visiting the most beautiful points of interest in the region.

How do I get to Brittany?

From the UK, there are several options for getting to Brittany. Holidaymakers can fly from a selection of airports in the UK, and arrive in Brittany at a few airports including Brest, Dinard, Quimper and Rennes. Many campers departing from the UK also arrive in Brittany by taking the Eurostar, or hopping aboard a ferry that arrives into ferry ports at Caen, Cherbourg, Le Havre, Roscoff, St Malo or Calais.

From Ireland, flying is possible from the major airports but in most cases, the journey will require one stopover. The best option is to travel by ferry, with useful routes between Cork and Roscoff, and Rosslare and Cherbourg proving to be the most popular.

How to get around Brittany?

The best way to get around Brittany is by car. This will allow you to plan a different excursion every day, taking you to the four corners of the region. However, do not hesitate to rent a bicycle, as there are many cycle paths through Brittany. Indeed, 2000km of cycle routes will allow you to discover this beautiful region in a different way.

What is the best campsite in Brittany?

Although we have a fantastic selection of campsites in Brittany, if we had to choose the best one, we'd pick La Grande Métairie. This 5-star campsite beautifully combines high-end comfort, a beautiful aquatic area and an exceptional location 3km from the ocean, near the Gulf of Morbihan and the megalithic alignments of Carnac.

When to go camping in Brittany?

To take advantage of good weather, the best time to go camping in Brittany is in the summer (July/August). However, this period is very touristy and many visitors come from all over Europe to enjoy the holidays. Spring and fall also offer beautiful sunny days. There are less crowds, which makes it easy to visit the most popular tourist attractions. The prices, during this period, are also more attractive.

What is the best family campsite in Brittany?

For a memorable family holiday, pack your suitcases and head to one of the following campsites:

Our selection of family campsites in Brittany all have a swimming pool complex with children's pools and Kid's Clubs.

What are the best campsites with a swimming pool in Brittany?

To enjoy a pleasant swim, book a campsite with a water park and/or indoor swimming pools:

Which campsites in Tuscany allow dogs?