Campsite near Belle-Île-en-Mer
What to see in Belle-Île-en-Mer
Book your camping holiday in Morbihan near Belle-Île, and enjoy the largest of the Breton islands. Belle-Île-en-Mer is a place of change and adventure in the south of Brittany in the Atlantic Ocean. An island of 6,000 inhabitants, it is divided into several villages located in the four corners of the island, each with its own specificity.
The former capital of the island for almost 1,000 years, Bangor has a strong natural and cultural heritage with the remains of its past. Stop off during your holiday to see the churches of Saint-Pierre and Saint-Paul. And then go to the great lighthouse of Kervilahouen, a little jewel of the Morbihan, offering an incredible panoramic view of the whole island.
To the south-west, let yourself be transported by Les Aiguilles Du Port-Coton and the golden glow of the sun reflected on the turquoise water near the campsite Le Conleau. You will also find the beach of Donnant to the west, where a paradisiacal landscape slips before your eyes between fine sand, greenery and clear water. To continue your visit to Belle-Île-en-Mer, head to Port-Goulphar, a real getaway in southern Brittany.
The marina is the place to be. Along the many quays, treat yourself to local specialities from fishing and agriculture. Discover the Vauban museum which houses several exhibitions relating the history of this important place in southern Brittany. Visit the Palais during your stay in a mobile home in Morbihan which is a pleasant place punctuated by the entry and exit of boats.
Locmaria is located at the tip of Belle-Île-en-Mer, facing the Atlantic Ocean and the coast of Brittany. Go for a walk and discover places built in different centuries offering beautiful panoramas on this Morbihan town.
Take advantage of your camping holiday to visit the thousand-year-old church of Notre-Dame de l’Assomption in Locmaria and admire the beauty of its stained glass windows, representing the most mythical scenes from the Bible.
For swimming enthusiasts, Locmaria also has a beach, the Grandes Sables, a beautiful spot on the Atlantic Ocean.
The village of Sauzon has a unique heritage. Indeed, for nearly 30 years, this village in Brittany was the holiday home of Sarah Bernhardt, the famous actress and playwright of the late 19th century. A museum has now been set up in the fort where she lived every summer in honour of the holder of the Legion of Honour.
Things to do in Belle-Île-en-Mer
During your camping holiday in the Morbihan, visit this site, which is listed as a historic monument in France.
In the vicinity of Belle-Île-en-Mer, discover a luxuriant fauna and flora of over 100 hectares. This place lost on Belle-Ile-en-Mer in the Gulf of Morbihan is a real place of refuge, a small paradise on earth where time seems to have stopped.
Go to Belle-Île from camping Le Conleau in the Gulf of Morbihan with Navix from mid-April to end of September.
Round trip day rates (indicative only, subject to change):
- Under 4 years old: free
- 4/17 years: 21,60€
- Over 17 and adult: 30€
Campsite near Belle-Île-en-Mer
During your camping holiday in Vannes, head for Quiberon and spend a sunny day visiting Belle Ile en Mer. With your family, friends or as a couple, take a guided or self-guided tour to discover this large and mysterious island of almost 85 square metres.
Go to the Quiberon pier to take the boat trip and once there, choose your mode of transport and explore the highlights of Belle Ile. Our receptionists will be happy to give you advice on how to prepare for your stay on Belle Île during your camping trip in Vannes.