Camping in Quiberon Bay to the south of Morbihan

Quiberon Bay is the emblematic part of Southern Brittany that admirably combines land and sea in order to offer you the holiday of your dreams in Morbihan! From Hoëdic, the smallest inhabited island in Quiberon Bay, to Belle-île-en-Mer, the biggest with its surface area of 85km², you will discover unique natural environments that cannot fail to leave you with superb memories of your camping break in Carnac.

The seaside resorts of Quiberon Bay near the campsite

Your campsite pitch or mobile home in Carnac will be the ideal base for experiencing Quiberon Bay's countless tourist attractions. Make the most of Carnac's beaches to try your hand at a water sport, take your most beautiful holiday photos by the seaside on a walk along the coast, and visit the menhir alignments that make the department's historical heritage so rich. La Trinité-sur-Mer is just 5 km from the campsite! Why not take a bike ride to this delightful seaside resort in Quiberon Bay? As well as its charming beaches where you can swim, you will be able to admire the parade of speedboats and sailboats at the marina. Famous sailors have pampered their boats there, from Olivier de Klersauson to Éric Tabarly.

The Quiberon Bay islands

Quiberon Bay islands, here we come! The fittingly named Belle-Île (meaning "beautiful island" in French) will turn your camping break in Morbihan into a sublime experience. From the Pointe des Poulains to Sarah Bernhardt's fort through the Vauban citadel, you will quickly fall under the spell of this stunning Breton island. Here you will see nature in the raw, and what nature! Unspoilt landscapes to take your breath away and scenery worthy of a picture postcard. Nothing beats stopping for a picnic with family or friends, on a beach or cliff. Hoëdic and Houat, with their coves and beaches by the emerald green water, are also delightful islands that you can explore on foot. Another reason to be pleased: Quiberon Bay benefits from a microclimate and plenty of sunshine, a considerable advantage that will add the perfect finishing touch to your getaway among the natural wonders of Quiberon Bay.

Quiberon and Saint-Pierre-Quiberon

Your explorations on the 14 km Quiberon Peninsula will logically lead you to the superb town of Quiberon. Your walks around the town can be made even more enjoyable with a lunch break at a seafood restaurant in Port Maria, unless perhaps you prefer to visit a crêperie with a typically Breton atmosphere? Nothing beats regaining your strength with a good meal after a hike on the wild coast, or a board sports session at one of the neighbouring beaches. For dessert, opt for the Quiberon niniches, the local speciality! These are cylindrical lollipops in various flavours ranging from red berries to caramel. A real treat! Saint-Pierre-Quiberon, meanwhile, is not short on tourist attractions: charming villages, beautiful beaches, and local produce markets, not forgetting the Kerbourgnec alignments, a megalithic site to discover during your camping holidays in Carnac.