The Domaine de Léveno campsite is a large family orientated site in the heart of unspoilt countryside within the Brière Regional Park in southern Brittany. The site is located just over 4 miles inland from La Baule, which is home to the longest, and one of the most beautiful beaches in France.
On site, you will find an array of facilities; life is centred on the impressive pool complex with heated indoor and outdoor pools, a wave pool, lazy river and some thrilling chutes and water slides, as well as hydro massage beds and a solarium for a more relaxed pace.
For those with a sporty nature, there is a small gym, tennis, multi-sports area and bike hire available at Camping Domaine de Léveno. Cycling is a particularly popular way of exploring the surrounding Guérande Peninsula and its patchwork of salt marshes or the marshes of the regional park.
Domaine de Léveno is located just minutes from the sea, within 4 miles of the most famous beach on the Brittany coast, at La Baule. Its location on the Guérande Peninsula means it is ideally placed for exploring the Brière Regional Park, an ecological jewel with marshes, canals, thatched houses – take a punt ride with a local to discover the hidden network of little canals and wildlife. The campsite is located in the beautiful walled town of Guérande (famed for its salt marshes) and there is a large supermarket just over one mile from site.
Getting to Domaine de Léveno
Station La Baule-Escoublac – 14 miles
Station Pornichet – 16 miles
Station St-Nazaire – 18 miles
Station Vannes – 19 miles
Station Redon – 22 miles
Station Auray – 29 miles
Nantes 54 miles, Lorient 68 miles, Rennes 68 miles
St Malo 114 miles, Roscoff 147 miles, Cherbourg 216 miles
Fantastic pool complex
Outdoor covered pool
Outdoor uncovered pool
Superb beach 4 miles away
Tournaments between teenagers
Days out for teenagers
Parties for teenagers
Site-run children’s club
Nearby activities on offer include riding, fishing, sailing, jetskiing and golf.
Food and drink on site
The Vélocéan cycle way passes the campsite and is an idea way to explore the surrounding area, into La Baule, Saint Nazaire, Pornichet, Piriac-sur-Mer or even as far as La Turballe.
The medieval walled town of Guérande is a must-see on any visit to the Loire-Atlantique department. Overlooking salt marshes to the south and the peat bogs of Brière to the north, Guérande and its surrounding area make a great day out for all the family.