Quiberon peninsula

Wild coast, harbour and sandy beaches

The Quiberon bay is a proper paradise for sailing enthusiasts from all over the world. The Quiberon peninsula is one of the highlights of your stay in Carnac. Wild coast, small fishing ports and harbours from which you can depart to the islands of the bay, less than an hour away (Belle Île, Houat and Hoëdic).

Wild Coast

You can go hiking along the coast... The amazing Quiberon wild coast offers beautiful harsh landscapes, a bit similar to those found in the english region of Cornwall. The wild coast landscapes vary all year long, becoming quite impressive during winter when powerful winds and storms bring crashing waves to the shore, and coming back to a mild climate during spring. However don't be fooled by the apparent lack of sun in these parts, the first sunburn might suprise you !

Harbours of Quiberon

The sardine have been fished for centuries in the waters of the Quiberon Bay. The arrival of the railway in 1882 meant the product could be distributed all over the country. The sardines disappeared from the coast for a few years, reappearing in 1909. New canneries opened and prospered. In 1956, Quiberon became the busiest sardine port in France with 13 canneries. Only two remain today, offering high-quality products and genuinely creative ideas. You can visit "La Quiberonnaise" and "la Belle Iloise" canneries.

Historical heritage

We could talk to you about the nice beaches of the bay, but you won't have to go that far thanks to the many sheltered beaches in Carnac. Let's rather talk about the vast historical heritage Quiberon. The castle of Turpault, the Ragot washhouse, the Locmaria tower, the old villas on the long avenue bordering the beach of Quiberon, megaliths near the restaurant "le Vivier"... Find more information by visiting the website of the Quiberon tourist office at www.quiberon.com

Availabilities :
Online payment
Availabilities and booking
Another campsite ?Visit our websites :Camping Le LacCamping-Carnac

Carnac l'été : (re)découvrez le vrai goût des vacances en Bretagne Sud !

Entre plages de sable fin, casino, thalasso, restaurants, bars branchés et discothèques, la coquette station balnéaire bretonne se renouvelle sans cesse pour le plus grand bonheur des vacanciers. Pour vous donner un avant-goût des vacances à Carnac, on vous révèle quelques facettes de la ville.

Read more

En camping près de Vannes, une ville historique ouverte sur le Golfe du Morbihan

En Bretagne Sud, à 25 minutes du camping, découvrez Vannes, une jolie ville d'Art et d'histoire enroulée au fond du Golfe du Morbihan. Après la cité médiévale, la Cathédrale Saint-Pierre et les musées vannetais, nous prendrons la direction du port de plaisance d'où partent les bateaux pour les îles du Morbihan. Distance depuis le Camping **** Le Moustoir, 30 km !

Read more

LE MORBIHAN GRANDEUR NATURE : Saint-Cado et la ria d'Étel

Entre Lorient et Carnac, la ria d'Étel est l'un des plus beaux sites naturels du Morbihan, un incontournable de vos vacances en camping en Bretagne sud.

Read more