4 itineraries for a roadtrip in a converted van in Brittany

image d'un van aménagé sur les cote bretonne

Roadtrip in a converted van in Brittany: discover the most incredible places along the way!

Loved by nomads and tourists with adventurous souls, travel in a converted van or motorhome offers a pleasant prospect of freedom. There’s no need to travel to the other side of the world to experience the wilds of the world, just hit the road. Get off the beaten track, travel from town to town, find the best places to sleep and get closer to nature.

As you can see, choosing a van means traveling at your own pace and according to your own desires. It’s an idea that’s becoming increasingly popular. So don’t hesitate, and set off to explore the most fabulous places within easy reach of your tires. How about starting in Brittany? Lift the veil on its myths and legends, walk in the footsteps of Merlin the Enchanter, enjoy its exceptional landscapes and wake up in unusual places.

If you don’t have your own vehicle, don’t panic! Opt for private hire via Goboony. So you can hit the road with peace of mind. From the Golfe du Morbihan to Mont-Saint-Michel, here are 4 itineraries for a roadtrip in a converted van in Brittany!

Northern Brittany road trip: the wildest and most photogenic coasts

The Pink Granite Coast Circuit

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  • 🗺️Itinéraire: Perros-Guirec, Trégastel, Ploumanac’h, Porspoder, Pointe de Pen Hir
  • 📍Route: 250 km long
  • 📷See: Trégastel marine aquarium, customs trail, Mean Ruz lighthouse
  • 💙Welike: the succession of grandiose panoramas

Fire up your Édith Piaf playlist and hit the road for the magnificent Côte de Granit Rose. Located in the north of Brittany – in the Côtes-d’Armor region – and stretching over several kilometers of coastline, it has a myriad of lovely surprises in store for you. A truly poetic itinerary, ideal for re-discovering the world, it invites you to take your time and contemplate the most beautiful things nature has to offer.

In the heart of an unspoilt environment, where the pink of the granite meets the blue of the sea, let the magic happen. Take in the unique scenery, hear the local legends and discover several must-see spots. Admire the magnificent cliffside villas of Perros-Guirec, explore the historic heritage of Porspoder and watch seabirds nesting at Pointe de Pen Hir.

Open your eyes, take a breath of fresh air and stop off in timeless places like Pleumeur-Bodou or Ploumanac’h. Considered one of France’s most beautiful villages, the latter lends itself perfectly to bucolic strolls. For a delicious moment of idleness or a surfing session, don’t hesitate to scour the superb sandy beaches of Trégastel.

Experience the van life between the capes and the most beautiful beaches of Brittany

The Route des Caps
côte bretonne van aménagé

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  • 🗺️Itinéraire: Cap Fréhel, Cap d’Erquy, Plage de St-Cast-le-Guild, Plage de Lancieux, Cap d’Antifer
  • 📍Route: 200 km long
  • 📷See: Fort La Latte, Château de la Hunaudaye, Cap Fréhel lighthouse
  • 💙Welove: superb landscapes dotted with sandstone cliffs

What better way to spend a remarkable motorhome trip than on the Route des Caps? Perfect if you want to get away from it all for a weekend or more, it promises to awaken all your senses. Breathe in the scent of pine trees and iodized sea spray, take in some of Brittany’s finest views, enjoy the feel of the sand beneath your feet and let yourself be lulled by the lapping of the waves.

Between breathtaking cliffs and wild moors, enter an enchanting atmosphere and create unforgettable memories. Head for Cap Fréhel and stop off at Fort La Latte. Continue on to Cap d’Erquy, where you can indulge in a tasting of delicious scallops. And what would a roadtrip in a converted van in Brittany be without a refreshing swim?

After hours of breathtaking scenery, opt for a dip in the turquoise waters of the beaches of Saint-Cast-le-Guildo or Lancieux. And stay until sunset to witness an unforgettable spectacle. Whether you want to bask in heavenly coves, visit picturesque villages or watch the ocean crash against sandstone walls, this is the tour for you.

Set a course for landscapes with an end-of-the-world feel

The Quiberon peninsula circuit
côte bretonne pour un roadtrip en van aménager

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  • 🗺️Itinéraire: Quiberon, La Côte Sauvage, Saint-Pierre-Quiberon, Belle-Île-en-Mer, Locmariaquer
  • 📍Route: 80 km long
  • 📷See the Beg-er-Goalennec headland, the Port-Blanc arch, the wild dunes of Gâvres, Vannes
  • 💙Welove: the diversity of breathtaking landscapes

Have you decided to rent a motorhome and would like to explore the region’s most beautiful spots? On your GPS… get set…

head for Southern Brittany! On the program: sparkling waters bathing craggy landscapes, idyllic stretches of white sand, typical Breton villages, and much more. A true land of contrasts, theQuiberon Island tour is the promise of a getaway that’s as sensational as it is rejuvenating.

To the east, indulge in the gentle pace of life at Quiberon. Admire its picture-postcard landscapes, discover its heritage and enjoy the many activities available on site. From water sports to hiking trails, there’s something for everyone. From its port, you can also reach Belle-Île-en-Mer for a picturesque stopover.

To the west, marvel at the breathtaking spectacle of the wild coastline. As if you’d arrived at the end of the world, you won’t be able to resist this pleasant sensation of freedom. Watch the dunes rise up against the ocean, and follow the sweet fragrance of the flowers lining the beds. After a stopover on the Beg-er-Goalennec headland, take in the authentic hamlets. Enjoy a delicious Breton galette, lose yourself in the narrow streets or immortalize a group of megaliths.

Itinerary through Brittany’s megalithic sites

The Route des Mégalithes itinerary
Menhirs dans une plaine en Bretagne

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  • 🗺️Itinéraire: Carnac, Locmariaquer, La Trinité-sur-Mer, Saint-Philibert, Mont Saint-Michel
  • 📍Route: 350 km long
  • 📷See: the Great Broken Menhir, the Mane-Kerioned Dolmen, the Tomb of Saint-Philibert, Mont Saint-Michel Abbey
  • 💙Welove: rediscovering impressive historic sites

Do you love historical sites and Neolithic heritage? Take advantage of a roadtrip in a converted van in Brittany to discover a myriad of must-see spots. We recommend following the Route des Mégalithes. Get straight to the heart of the matter by driving to Carnac, in Morbihan. A remarkable open-air museum, this Breton destination perfectly combines seaside pleasures with a cultural break.

World-renowned for its exceptional menhir alignments, it’s also perfect for travelers looking for a peaceful vacation. Rest in one of the many campsites or relax in a marine spa before continuing your expedition. From the famous Grand Menhir Brisé in Locmariaquer to the Tombeau de Saint-Philibert, via the Dolmen de Mane-Kerioned in Trinité-sur-Mer, this itinerary is sure to win you over.

Then head back to Normandy for an unmissable stopover. The jewel of the Bay, the famous Mont-Saint-Michel welcomes you in an almost unreal atmosphere. In addition to its famous abbey, this UNESCO-listed site and the surrounding area have plenty to offer. Witness the high tides, observe the megaliths and reach breathtaking viewpoints. With a little luck, you’ll be there in time to catch the sunset.

In short, Brittany is full of beautiful places for a roadtrip in a converted van. Whether you’re looking for a waterside vacation, a stopover in a bucolic town or an enriching stay, the choice is yours. Which of these tours appeals most to you?