The 12 best campsites in Morbihan

Camping Morbihan : Le Conguel

Would you like to enjoy an exceptional Breton holiday at one of the best campsites in Morbihan? You’re in luck, we’ve selected them for you!

Morbihan is a Breton department that smells of authenticity. The region is home to countless wonders. These include the islands of the Gulf, the menhirs of Carnac, the forest of Brocéliande, the medieval streets of Vannes, the wild coast of Quiberon and picturesque events such as the Lorient Interceltic Festival.

In short, there’s plenty to see and do during your stay in Morbihan! To help you find the right accommodation, we’ve put together a careful selection of the best campsites in Morbihan. This complete, economical and practical accommodation solution is aimed at holidaymakers looking to combine relaxation and conviviality. Like you, for example?

1. Camping Au Gré des Vents

Camping Morbihan : Le Camping Au Gré des Vents

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  • Destination: Rochefort-en-terre
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★
  • The campsite’s advantages: complete infrastructure

Rochefort-en-Terre is one of France’s most beautiful villages. Here you’ll find a 3-star Morbihan campsite set between the Gulf of Morbihan and the Brocéliande forest. With its indoor swimming pool, open from April to September, it’s perfect for family vacations. You’ll enjoy shady pitches, mobile homes or cosy lodge tents. A playground and numerous activities are organized for young and old throughout the summer.

Nearby, we recommend exploring Rochefort-en-Terre, set on a rocky outcrop, a true Breton gem with its cobbled streets. In summer, the old town is entirely pedestrianized. The banks of the Moulin Neuf pond or the 25-hectare Parc de la Préhistoire are just waiting for you.

2. Camping de la Baie

de la Baie

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  • Destination: La Trinité-sur-Mer
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★★
  • Campsite advantages: family atmosphere, seaside setting

Since its creation in 1954, this Morbihan campsite has always been run by the same family. Here, conviviality is the order of the day in an idyllic seaside setting. Camping de la Baie enjoys a privileged natural setting overlooking the Bay of Quiberon. Mobile homes, fully-equipped tents and pitches are just a few meters from a beautiful sandy beach.

Its geographical location makes it an ideal base for exploring the islands of Quiberon Bay. The coastal paths are ideal for hikers in search of sumptuous panoramas.

3. Le Goh Velin

Camping Morbihan : Le Goh Velin

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  • Destination: Saint-Gildas-de-Rhuys
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★
  • Campsite advantages: wide choice of accommodation

10 different models, no less: that’s what Goh Velin has to offer in terms of mobile homes. There’s also a play area for the little ones, a library, a small grocery store and a heated swimming pool. The whole family can enjoy a game of boules on the adjoining pétanque court… before heading to the beach for a welcome swim. Sunscreen essential!

Le Goh Velin campsite is located on one of the most beautiful beaches on the Rhuys peninsula. Sports enthusiasts will appreciate the lovely views from the Sentier des Douaniers (GR 34) and the beautiful cycle paths.

4. Domaine de la Héchaie

Le Domaine de la Héchaie

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  • Destination: Marzan
  • Budget: €€€€€
  • Stars: ★★★★★
  • Campsite advantages: premium campsite

One, two, three, four… no, sorry, five stars for this incredible campsite in Morbihan! It offers beautiful, fully-equipped chalets for luxury vacations between Vannes and La Baule. This pedestrian village in the heart of nature faces a one-hectare lake that’s a veritable fishing paradise. For swimming, opt for the gigantic indoor heated pool with balneotherapy and paddling pool. There’s also a well-appointed children’s area to keep your little ones occupied.

Once there, take a stroll through the surrounding mills on a bucolic walk. The Chemin des Ducs, a charming itinerary, can be explored by mountain bike. Good thing you can rent one!

5. Le Keryaoulet

Camping Morbihan : Le Keryaoulet

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  • Destination: Ambon
  • Budget: €€€
  • Stars: ★★★
  • Campsite bonus: summer entertainment

Camping Keryaoulet is set in the heart of a peaceful green setting. It features a beautiful aqualudic area with outdoor and indoor pools, slides and a paddling pool for children. Evening entertainment of varying degrees of festivity is offered throughout the season. Finally, there’s a bar with Wi-Fi access, a grocery store, a pizzeria and attractive accommodation.

Right at the entrance to the Rhuys peninsula, you can take advantage of the proximity of the sea to embark on a nautical outing. Stand-up paddle, pedalos or sea kayaking for the whole family – the choice is yours.

6. La Ferme Fleurie

La Ferme Fleurie

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  • Destination: Locmariaquer
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★★
  • The campsite’s advantages: built-in amenities

What a lovely name for a charming establishment near Locmariaquer. This Morbihan campsite has 24 pitches and five four-berth mobile homes. You’ll appreciate the associated services, such as a bread and garden produce store. Fresh vegetables and eggs are a delight! Games are available for the little ones, and there’s even a tennis court.

In the surrounding area, we recommend a visit to Plage Saint-Pierre, to admire the megaliths or the spectacular cliffs. The area is a real wonder.

7. Domaine de Kervallon

Camping Morbihan : Le Domaine de Kervallon

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  • Destination: Caro
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★★
  • Campsite bonus: wellness area

Located between the Brocéliande forest and the Gulf of Morbihan, Domaine de Kervallon guarantees an authentic stay. At this Morbihan campsite, you can rent a chalet, a caravan, a yurt or a cottage on stilts. You can dive into the indoor heated swimming pool, slide down the waterslides or relax in the wellness area with jacuzzi and sauna. Hotel services and entertainment are available for young and old alike.

It’s the perfect place to discover the Breton hinterland, including the breathtaking Brocéliande forest. This magical forest is home to a fountain of youth and Merlin’s tomb… Explore it by bike – the campsite offers bikes for hire!

8. Spanish Fort

Le Fort Espagnol

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  • Destination: Crac’h
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★★
  • The campsite’s advantages: numerous services on offer

This four-star Morbihan campsite is open from April to September and boasts two swimming pools, modern facilities and a solarium. Accommodation is in cosy mobile homes, some with private Jacuzzis. There’s also a restaurant serving drinks, crêpes (we’re in Brittany!) and ice creams around the pool.

For a getaway in the fresh air, don’t hesitate to visit the nearby Carnac beach. It’s as much a delight for those who love a walk in the fresh air as it is for those who prefer to bask in the sun.

9. Les Cerisiers

Les Cerisiers

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  • Destination: Guillac
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★
  • The campsite’s advantages: unusual accommodation

Les Cerisiers is a veritable institution in Brocéliande’s Pays d’Oust region. This three-star establishment boasts 32 pitches, including ten mobile homes, two transparent bubbles, a yurt, a camping tent, a lodge tent and many other alternative accommodations. The staff provide a grocery store, snack bar, laundry room and library. Two charcoal barbecues will delight aficionados of fragrant grills.

The medieval town of Josselin and its majestic château are just a few minutes away by car. The GR37 is also within easy reach for a bucolic stroll. Finally, we suggest a half-day trip to the Kingoland amusement park or the Vannes aquarium.

10. Le Conguel

Camping Morbihan : Le Conguel

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  • Destination: Quiberon
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★★
  • Campsite bonus: in the heart of the Quiberon peninsula

Le Conguel faces the Bay of Quiberon. Located at the very tip of the peninsula, this Morbihan campsite is ideal for water sports. First of all, in the outdoor swimming pool, with its waterslide and slides, but also in the surrounding area. The sandy beach is just a few minutes’ walk away. You’ll appreciate the exceptional panoramic views from the Pointe du Conguel and the sunsets. Sublime!

For example, if you want to get out on the water, you could try your hand at surfing, one of the most popular sports in the area. Courses are offered throughout the season, so you can progress at your own pace.

11. Le Moustoir

Camping Morbihan : Le Moustoir

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  • Destination: Carnac
  • Budget: €€€
  • Stars: ★★★★
  • The campsite’s plus points: water park and play area

Le Moustoir is located in Carnac, four kilometers from the sea. The campsite has 170 pitches and over a hundred different types of accommodation. From chalets to fully-equipped mobile homes, this Morbihan campsite is a true four-star! There are three swimming pools with slides, a solarium and a jacuzzi. On the sports front, you’ll find golf, basketball, volleyball and table tennis. Entertainment includes themed evenings and tournaments, and a mini-club for children. You’ll never be bored at Le Moustoir!

Nearby, discover the incredible menhirs of the Carnac megalithic site. These mysterious formations are over 7,000 years old, far older than the great monoliths of Stonehenge. A veritable treasure trove of Breton heritage.

12. Les Mouettes

Les Mouettes

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  • Destination: Sarzeau
  • Budget: €€€€
  • Stars: ★★★
  • Campsite bonus: open heated swimming pool

Les Mouettes is a campsite in Morbihan that lives up to its name, as there are so many seagulls on the Breton coast. This three-star campsite in Sarzeau, near the Landrezac beach, offers comfortable mobile homes for 2 to 6 people, with covered terraces. We love the heated open-air swimming pool with hydromassage bench. In addition, the campsite offers a wide range of activities: pétanque tournaments, board sports, boat trips, fishing, cycling…

In the area, the Marais du Duer observatory and the panorama from the Domaine de Suscinio, residence of the Dukes of Brittany, are well worth a visit. The latter overlooks a breathtaking panorama of Suscinio Bay!