From Vannes, discover Bretagne on the Gulf of Morbihan side.
Stay at our campsite in the Gulf of Morbihan and discover the Breton wonders of this small sea and its surroundings.
City of Art and History, Vannes is nicknamed the city of the Vénètes. Its nickname comes from the Venetians, a Gallic people who occupied the Morbihan in 56 BC. At that time, the armies of Julius Caesar, victorious, conquered all of Armorica and founded Vannes at that time. Centuries later, more than 200,000 visitors enjoy this mecca of Breton tourism.
Known as one of the least polluted towns in France, its peaceful setting and numerous restaurants make it an active and pleasant town, which you will enjoy visiting during your stay in a 4-star campsite, only 5 minutes away by car. Take a stroll around its beautiful marina and beautifully preserved ramparts.
What to see in Vannes
Discover the perfectly preserved fortifications around which the Remparts garden sits during your stay at camping Le Conleau. During the summer months it is an ideal place for parties and events.
Intra-muros, typical half-timbered houses, but also cobbled streets of this Gallo-Roman fortified town invite you to stroll during your camping stay in Morbihan. Visit the Musée de la Cohue, created in 1982, and enter an artistic world that cannot be ignored. You will discover many paintings but also temporary exhibitions of contemporary art.
For nature lovers, take advantage of a stay in a mobile home in the south of Bretagne to visit the Jardin aux papillons, a colourful trail. This garden reveals a whole tropical ecosystem in which various species of butterflies live. Immerse yourself in an exotic atmosphere and discover numerous plants in a thriving greenhouse..
Enjoy your camping holiday in Morbihan by taking a walk around the Port de Plaisance. You will find terraces of cafés that will allow you to share a real moment of relaxation.
Things to do in Vannes
The campsite is located just a stone’s throw from the centre of Vannes: explore its fortified town dating from the Middle Ages, its famous colourful timber-framed houses and its port. Its built heritage will impress you by its richness: fortifications from the Roman era, medieval ramparts, 18th century town houses. Vannes was the residence of the Dukes of Bretagne and has more than 170 timber-framed houses! Visit the historic heart of Vannes during your stay at the Conleau campsite during a guided tour, on board a small train or on your own. Ask the campsite team for ideas for visits and take advantage of preferential rates for your excursions.
Vannes is the ideal starting point for exploring the Gulf of Morbihan by boat, which is one of the most beautiful bays in the world. About forty islands are listed there such as Ile d’Arz, Ile aux Moines, Houat, Hoëdic… Between land and sea, you will discover the multiple facets of this small sea and its surroundings during your stay at Flower Camping Le Conleau.
Take advantage of the many events organised by the town of Vannes during your stay at the campsite, particularly the historical festivals. Every summer, in mid-July, the town of Vannes offers you the chance to relive a period of its history: processions, street theatre, music. Make the most of your holidays with family or friends in Morbihan to take part in this annual event. Book a mobile home, a pitch or a lodge cabin to discover the beauty of Morbihan. Alone, as a couple, or with your family, enjoy a cosy and modern camping holiday.
Campsite 3.5 km from the centre of Vannes
Discover or rediscover the taste of family holidays at our campsite in the Gulf of Morbihan. Located in the south of Bretagne, Camping Le Conleau is situated at the gateway to the Conleau peninsula, from which it takes its name.
Enjoy the comfort of a 4-star campsite by booking your holiday easily on our website. You will be able to enjoy all the facilities of a luxury campsite with its heated indoor swimming pool as well as a seawater swimming pool 500 m from the campsite. The immediate proximity to Vannes will allow you to discover the typical heritage of a Breton town. Attached to Vannes, the peninsula was developed during the 19th century, when it became a mini-seaside resort. Restaurants, chalets and a seawater swimming pool have been installed in this area of Vannes..