Caravan Parks in Brittany France
Discover the best holiday caravan parks in Brittany, a wonderfully scenic part of France.
With static caravans, mobile homes, holiday lodges and chalets to choose from you are sure to find the perfect caravan and camping holiday.
Find a selection of Brittany caravan parks suitable for active holidays, sunbathing on the beach or exploring the villages, towns and countryside of Brittany.
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L'Orangie de Lanniron at Quimper
The original stone buildings have been converted to house the bar and restaurant. A fantastic new pool complex with waterslides opened in 2008 and includes a balneo spa and hydrotherapy centre. Customers can explore the park and gardens at leisure and children have acres of woods and meadows to play in, with activities organised for them in peak season. The sports centre, Creach Gwen, adjacent to the site offers a wide range of high season activities, including water sports for the more energetic. The river I'Odet hosts a wealth of water based activities and provides a stunning setting for this picturesque site.
La Plage at La Trinite Sur Mer
La Plage is a most pretty park, with direct accessto the beach. It is neatly divided by trees and hedges and set amidst the well-kept gardens of an old Breton farmhouse. It boasts a popular, small swimming pool with waterslide, it's also just a short walk from a shop, take-away and bar/restaurant with lovely sea views. All sorts of activities are organised for children in high summer and older ones can also join in the fun at occasional concerts in the bar. Beyond the park, La Trinite-sur-Mer, originally a small fishing port, is now an important centre for the yachting fraternity and also has a popular market.
Port du Crouesty 3 Sun at Arzon
A modern marina created within a natural hook in Brittany's wild coastline, Port Du Crouesty should be high on the holiday list of those who love the sea: whether it's sailing, beachcombing, fishing or simply enjoying the fruits de la mer. From headland to harbour, Port Du Crouesty owes its very existence to the wild, unpredictable force of the Atlantic â€“ sometimes bracing, often balmy, but always invigorating. But there is more here, too. The dramatic, ancient landscapes of Brittany â€“ its megalithic monuments, and patchwork of farms, are close enough to enjoy. At your resort, though, all is peaceful â€“ boats jostle in the harbour, the smell of fresh croissants fills the morning air. In your Pierre et Vacances holiday village you can work off those buttery pastries with a swim in the pool. Your studio or apartment is carefully designed to offer maximum comfort, with good kitchenettes and most having balconies or terraces on which to enjoy the Breton air.
Cap Marine at Le Guilvinec
Residences Cap Marine lies in a natural, harmonious setting on the seafront with a sandy beach. Situated by the leading French fishing port, Le Guilvinec lives to the rhythm of its fishing activities all year round and a trip to see the animiated fish auctions at the end of each afternoon is well worthwhile. Le Guilvenic is also renowned for its culinary specialsts such as biscuits, crÃªpes, fish and shellfish, so there's plenty of reasons to go out and indulge in some local cusine. For any keen surfers this resort is the perfect location, with the beautiful fine sand beaches of the â€œChampions' Paradiseâ€, the Pointe de la Torche: a major surfing centre only 10km away.
Cap Coz at Fouesnant
Cap Coz is situated in a sandy spit of land which makes it seem like an island. It is ideally placed for sunbathing on beaches backed with pine trees. If you are into wildlife there is a boat trip to the sanctuaries of the Glenan Islands. Cap Coz is perfectly placed as a base to explore Brittany's famous landscapes and busy market towns.
La Grande Metairie at Carnac
This campsite is set in the beautiful parklands of an old Breton Manor just a few miles from the coast, putting numerous splendid beaches and other attractions within easy reach. The parks fantastic pool complex with its lazy river, waterslides and indoor pool that first catches your eye at La Grande Matairie. But there's so much more to do here than just splash about. There's a wide range of first class amenities available throughout the season, together with activities for children of all ages, including evening entertainment that range from Breton soirees to barbecues.
Domaine de Kerlann at Pont-Aven
Domaine de Kerlann is a holiday park unlike any other in southern Brittany. It's a large park set among cycle-friendly woodland, and packed with family activities for non-stop entertainment. Yet it's in the heart of beautiful countryside, close to dramatic coastline, beautiful beaches and picturesque chocolate-box towns.
Benodet at Benodet
Benodet is really not the sort of place to ever feel crowded, even in high season, yet they say that Benodet is Brittany's busiest and most famous seaside resort. However; don't think Blackpool or Brighton, for this is Brittany, and busy really only means bustling. Its broad sweep of sand is the reason so many people love this spot, with its wide variety of waters ports and good natured young crowd lending a touch of surfer cool to the quiet enjoyment on offer at other Breton resorts. Challenging golf courses, a cluster of bars and a spa or two and you can start to see why Benodet really does have something for everyone. Your apartments are situated in a relatively peaceful spot, just a few metres from the beach. The swimming pool on site means you don't have to walk far for a swim.
Ty Nadan at Arzano
A member of the 'Castels' group, Ty Nadan offers excellent facilities, not least of which are three outdoor pools, an indoor pool and spa with an impressive waterslide and twisting water chute. With an indoor complex for badminton and rock climbing this park is perfect for active families, with evening entertainment for everyone organised throughout the season. Its wooded parkland setting is ideal for exploring on foot or on horseback and more energetic activities such as river canoeing, sea kayaking and guided mountain bike tours are also available. Despite these varied activities it's still a relaxing setting. In fact, in early and late summer the park is especially suited to those wanting a quiet holiday with small children and having direct access to the sandy banks of the river Elle it really comes into its own.
Raguenes Plage at Raguenes Plage
This quiet park really is ideal for young families, with the choice of a family swimming pool or children's pool complete with its own mini water slide and water chute. There is also a small friendly bar, a shop and take-away to meet most needs. Discos and evening entertainment are occasionally organised in high summer, but this park isn't really for those seeking nightlife. Instead, why not take a short stroll through the cornfields to the quiet, secluded beach, or simply wander at will through the delightful local countryside.
De la Baie at La Trinite-sur-Mer
Run by enthusiastic owners, the park offers a wide range of organised children's activities, sports tournaments, bicycle tours and walks. It also features a lovely pool with some shade and a great waterslide. Its greatest attraction though is the choice of two safe sandy beaches, both just a short, safe stroll away. There is also an excellent bar, restaurant, and crÃªperie, from which you can watch the children playing on the beach, or look out further to the bright sails of the windsurfers beyond. See it just once and you'll understand why Brittany's soft, sandy beaches are such a popular destination for families.
La Pointe St Gilles at Benodet
An award winning family park, with a small beach just outside the entrance and the resort of Benodet just 15 minutes walk away. The park has great facilities including an impressive brand new pool complex, with indoor pool, waterslides, spa and jacuzzi. There's also a good supermarket and a convenient take-away for trouble-free catering. Family entertainment is organised during July and August. This site is especially popular with families that have younger children and included with the mini fun station are toddler swimming lessons. Away from the park discover Brittany's historic and rustic charms.
Chateau des Ormes at Dol-de-Bretagne
With 250 acres of chateau parkland and woods, this site is extremely popular with our customers, particularly teenagers, and becomes very lively in high season. Les Ormes also offers you an extensive range of good facilities, together with an even more impressive range of activities. Golf and riding take pride of place on the sporting agenda however, as the park has its own 18 hole course, complete with an exclusive clubhouse for golfers and horse riding school offering rides for all ages and treks for all abilities. You can also play tennis, ramble through the vast and beautiful estate, or you may just want to enjoy the splendid water park style pool complex, with new wave pool and covered pool. You can get a refreshing drink at the lakeside bar, or perhaps on the terrace next to the swimming pool complex where lots of evening entertainment is on offer. Children will love the watermark with its four-lane waterslide and the newly built indoor pool complex. There is also a recently built outdoor wave pool, great fun for all the family to enjoy. Pedalos can be hired on the campsite lake. There is a cosy pub with lakeside terrace and restaurant, plus all-weather football pitch and an activity programme all season. Dol-de-Bretagne is 8km away.
L'Atlantique at Beg Meil
L'Atlantique is just 3km from the small seaside resort of Beg-Meil, with a beautiful setting next to a nature reserve. The site is popular not least because of its swimming pool complex, with its large waterslides and spectacular pools. The beach is only a delightful ten minute walk from the site across a stream and through a nature reserve with all kinds of wildlife. There are great children activities including an authentic fishing boat in the play area and the ocean-themed mini-golf. In peak season, the owners organise competitions, sports, evening entertainment and discos.
Les Mouettes at Carantec
The park has a feeling of peace and spaciousness and coupled with the excellent facilities makes it popular with families. Most of the pitches are grassy and some are partly shaded; the park is looked after to a high standard with mature trees and shrubs enhancing the area. Les Mouettes offers a fantastic pool complex including a lazy river and magnificent slides and planned for 2010 is a covered pool. Morlaix is worth visiting with its pretty setting along a river estuary and its old, cobbled shopping streets.
Chateau des Ormes at Dol-de-Bretagne
Chateau des Ormes is clearly no ordinary park from the peaceful woodland setting and the 18-hole golf course to the extensive range of facilities, this site is a firm favourite for all families. The on site riding stables mean you don't have to go far to enjoy wonderful treks; the stables caters for all ages and abilities. For those who prefer to sit and relax the pool complex is your place with multiple pools to choose from and the waterslides to keep the children occupied. All the kids clubs are catered for so they have somewhere to go when they tire of swimming; tennis; climbing wall; fishing; archery; the list goes on.
Les Deux Fontaines at Raguenes
Perhaps the most notable things about this excellent modern park are its large, spacious pitches, some of which are surrounded by hedges to offer privacy. The pool complex features both a water chute and a four lane waterslide, with a new covered pool planned for 2010. If you're feeling more energetic, you can try a game of tennis, volleyball or even basketball, and in high summer the park owners organise evening entertainment in the bar, which overlooks the newly extended pool. Beyond the park, a short stroll along a shady track brings you to a safe, sandy beach and should you feel the urge to explore further, the coastline has many sandy inlets and tiny harbours to discover. You could also make the short drive to the village of Nevez, with its small selection of shops and bars.
Camping de I' Atlantique at Fouesnant
The bar and terrace at Camping de l'Atlantique overlook the pools allowing you to keep an eye on the youngsters as they whiz down the slides. The lively bar hosts a variety of entertainment in high season, including karaoke, magic shows and a weekly disco. Young children have a great time on site, exploring the fishing boat in the play area, or playing mini-golf on the Wizard of Oz course. Although lively in high season the site is much quieter in May and June making it ideal for young families. A path leads you through cool pine trees and over dunes to a fine sandy beach.
La Pointe St Gilles at Benodet
With a small beach just outside the entrance and the bustling resort of Benodet a lovely coastal walk away, this park offers you the best of both worlds. Awarded the prestigious La Clef Verte award, this family run park has great facilities including a superb pool complex, with waterslides, spa, jacuzzi and indoor pool. There's also an impressive new health and beauty centre, which is ideal if you fancy a bit of pampering. For the livelier there are popular discos, organised by the park owners. Nearby Benodet is well worth a visit, with its multitude of promenade cafes, creperies and restaurants. And if you want to discover Brittany's historic and rustic charms, they're also within easy to reach from here.
Les Mouettes at Carantec
Les Mouettes is situated near one of the most beautiful bays on the Breton coast. Carantec has a feeling of peace and spaciousness that makes it a popular choice with families. Mature trees and shrubs enhance the park area where most of the pitches are grassy and some are partly shaded but, there are also some large, sunny pitches. One of the main attractions is the impressive swimming pool complex overlooked by the bar terrace, where the children will enjoy floating along the lazy river surrounding the huge water chutes. They can also try their hand at the unusual 18-hole crazy-golf course, not forgetting the beach is just 1.5km away. The picturesque old port of Roscoff is near by and offers boat trips to the island of Batz.
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