Camping near Belle-Île-en-mer
What to see in Belle-Île-en-mer
Discover the largest of the Breton islands by booking your stay in a mobile home or cabin lodge in Quiberon. Belle-Île is a place of escape and adventure in southern Bretagne in the Atlantic Ocean. The commune is divided into several villages located in the four corners of the island, each one as charming as the other.
Bangor, the former chief of the island for almost 1000 years, has a strong natural and cultural heritage from its past. During your holiday at camping Bois d’Amour you can visit the churches of Saint-Pierre and Saint-Paul. Head for the large Kervilahouen lighthouse, a must-see in Morbihan, with a wonderful panoramic view of the whole island. Head south-west and admire the reflections of the turquoise water of the Aiguilles Du Port Coton.
Discover the Donner beach, where a paradisiacal landscape glides between fine sand, greenery and clear water. To continue visiting Belle-Île-en-Mer, head for Port-Goulphar, a true haven of peace in Brittany.
Capital of Belle-Île-en-Mer, don’t miss Le Palais with its harbour overlooked by the majestic Château Vauban. As the main gateway to the mainland, Le Palais has a historical military heritage that is unique in France. There are many paths where you can enjoy the local flora: elm, acacia, ash, holm oak, willow and chestnut.
Enjoy the gentle pace of the marina and take advantage of your stopover to walk along the many piers. Don’t leave without tasting the local seafood. Visit this commune of only 2,500 inhabitants during your holiday in Quiberon.
Locmaria, founded in 1070, is situated at the top of Belle-Île-en-Mer, facing the Atlantic Ocean and the Breton coast. Explore this historic town and enjoy the panoramic views from the village. Take advantage of your stopover in Locmaria to visit the thousand-year-old church of the Assumption or to admire the wild coastline. For swimmers, Locmaria also has some very charming beaches: Port-Andro, Samzun and the Grandes Sables.
Sauzon is home to a unique heritage. For nearly 30 years, this Breton village was the holiday home of Sarah Bernhardt, the famous actress and playwright, and is home to a museum dedicated to her, which is listed as a historical monument in France. The second largest port on Belle-Île, this remote village of Belle-Île-en-Mer offers many places of interest to discover during your stay in Quiberon: pretty little streets, the Pointe des Poulains, the Jean and Jeanne menhirs, and the beach of Donnant.
Things to do in Belle-Île-en-mer
Belle-Île-en-Mer, sung and painted by many artists, never ceases to inspire and amaze its visitors. Be one of them and discover this great place of Brittany. During your stay in Morbihan, visit the emblematic places of Bellil: the Grand Phare, the Church of Locmaria, the Aiguilles de Port Coton, the Pointe des Poulains and the property and museum of Sarah Bernhardt, the port of Sauzon, the Belle Fontaine, the Vauban Citadel. Indulge in the joys of idleness and swimming on the island’s many beaches.
Campsite near Belle-Île-en-me
Don’t miss this essential part of your holiday in Quiberon. Discover this mysterious and charming island only 45 minutes away by boat from Port Maria in Quiberon. Take the time to visit this 84 km² island during a day. By car, scooter, bike or on foot, choose your mode of transport in advance and prepare your stopover on Belle-Île thanks to our reception team who will be able to advise you wisely for a successful visit with family or friends. Choose a day when the sun will be with you during your trip to the aptly named Belle-Île. Tickets available at the campsite all year round.
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