Camping in the Gulf of Morbihan

Discover the Gulf of Morbihan from the campsite

Located on the Atlantic coast of Armorica, the Gulf of Morbihan (“little sea” in Breton) gave its name to the department.

It is indeed a small inland sea, closed by the Rhuys peninsula, which covers some 100 km² (21 km long and 5 km wide).

A narrow passage, where the currents are violent, allows the communication with the ocean. There are 300 islands of which about thirty are inhabited. Two of them form a commune: Arz and l’Île-aux-Moines. Its mild, sunny climate and the beauty of its indented coastline make the Gulf of Morbihan a renowned tourist destination that attracts more and more visitors each year. Stay in our campsite in the Gulf of Morbihan to discover this magical place.

Wonderful walks are to be made by the paths of the Tour du Golfe

For the beauty of the landscapes and the exceptional light that bathes them all day long and all year long.

Numerous coastal paths and country roads offer the opportunity to visit the Gulf and observe the seascapes, fauna and flora. The paths also invite you to appreciate all the richness of the historical heritage of the Gulf and in particular those near our campsite in Carnac.

The Gulf is also delicious oysters! Enjoy them in one of the many restaurants of the Gulf during your stay, or during a visit to theisland of Cairn de Gavrinis.