The location of the Camping de Penboch is exceptional. A couple of steps from the Golfe du Morbihan, this natural site, classed amongst the most beautiful bays in the world, it is appreciated by families for its privileged climate and gentle way of life. Camping de Penboch offers you the sea in the countryside in a pleasant environment favouring relaxation and leisure. On leaving the camp you can access Penboch beach directly by the footpath. The Golfe du Morbihan, is also just 200 metres, bathing, fishing, sailing and kilometres of walks on the coastal paths.Open from:
Local markets in Vannes and Auray. Guided tours of Old Vannes, museums, folk-culture festivities, 'fest-noz' (a night festival with traditional dancing), traditional Breton religious ceremonies, The Séné Gulf Bird Sanctuary, Vannes’ historic festivities, The Lorient Inter-Celtic Festival Arvor’s festivities…
Hiking tours, canoeing & kayaking,
fishing, sailing, 18 hole golf course (10km away). Enjoy all the seafood and fish, and also savour the sweet, white four and salty buckwheat flour crêpes, with their accompanying ‘bolée’,or bowl of cider.
The Morbihan Gulf is an exceptional
natural site, listed among the world’s most beautiful bays. It is a veritable small, interior sea, sprinkled with a great many islands offering magnificent, flowered landscapes. The Morbihan gulf and the islands are to be explored via the shore, or by taking the coastal trail GR34, which passes the campsite entrance, or via boat on
Gulf excursions : Arz island, Ile aux Moines (or Monks’ Island). Also not to be missed are the outer islands, Belle Ile, Houat and Hoedic.
Vannes : City of art and history. Explore it while strolling by the ramparts, the old neighbourhoods and wash-houses…
Megalithic sites : The Carnac Alignments, the great, Broken Menhir, and the Merchants’Table in
Locmariaquer, and also the Gavrinis Cairn, barrow or tumulus mound, considered to be one of Europe’s most beautiful.
The Quiberon peninsula, with its wild coast and Trinité sur Mer, where the boats for the big, round-the-globe sailing regattas are docked.
The Rhuys peninsula and the Suscinio, Castle, an old Breton duchy.
The Morbihan interior, with its castles, manor houses, its fountains, chapels and quaint towns of character.
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