If you’re looking for your fill of sun, and beaches on your doorstep, let us introduce you to La Baie.This peaceful parc is run by enthusiastic owners and is next to two safe, sandy beaches, not to mention close to the harbour town La Trinité-sur-Mer, prime yachting territory. The site is dog friendly so your family mutt is welcome too.
Camping la Baie features a lovely pool with a waterslide and shady spots for when the sun gets a little too much. There’s an excellent bar, restaurant and crêperie situated at the parc’s gates, with views ofthe beach and beyond to the bright sails of the wind surfers.
Camping La Baie enjoys an unusual setting on this peaceful peninsula. It is located between two beaches and between the port of La Trinité-sur-Mer and Carnac-Plage.
Children and teenagers can spend time together or do their own thing – the Club des Enfants is popular with 6 to 12 year olds, while teenagers will enjoy the basketball, volleyball, football, badminton and pétanque (boules) tournaments as well as the musical events at the bar in the evenings.
See them just once and you’ll understand why Brittany’s soft, sandy beaches are such a popular destination for families where you can enjoy a different pace of life and forget about the car on this peaceful, sunny peninsula in the heart of Quiberon bay.
Carnac is almost on the doorstep and when travelling on the sea road you may think they are one and the same town, but we suggest that you take a trip on the Little Train which goes round both towns and also gives you great views of the ancient Alignments or Monoliths which are dotted about the area.
Near a Town
Canoeing – 13 Km
Windsurfing -1.5 Km
Rafting, – 12 Km
Sailing – 0.1km
Surfing – 10 Km
Plage de Kervillen 0.1 Km
Extras with Eurocamp
Eurocamp Couriers on site
Gas and Charcoal BBQs provided free of charge
Food and drink on site
Restaurant with dining terrace
If you have transport why not take a look at Lorient which is a relatively new town founded in the 17th century, and which has fragments of world history intermingled with its heritage and landscapes. The houses, beaches and quays tell tales of the conquest of India and the East Indies, deep sea fishing, the Second World War, the growing popularity of ocean racing and the restored pride of the Celtic nations.
Well worth a visit.