Camping in Brittany : our best advice
Between regional culture and local cuisine, visitors enjoy an ideal pace of life to spend time with family or friends exploring the Breton folklore and the variety of water activities available!
Breton cuisine uses lots of seafood. A wide variety of seafood and shellfish awaits you at the markets.
Oyster farming is also very common in his region. Here you can find oysters of all sizes. Nationally-recognized Cancale oysters can be enjoyed on the port with your feet in the water from September through June!
And we can’t talk about Breton gastronomy without mentioning the region’s famous savoury buckwheat crêpes and sweet dessert crêpes. Kouign-amann and Far Breton cakes are also popular desserts.
The cities of Saint-Malo, Quimper and Dinan preserve medieval architecture with their impressive buildings and ramparts. Some roads are still entirely cobblestoned and reserved for pedestrian traffic, adding charm to these Breton cities. Watching the sunset from the ramparts of the corsair city of Saint-Malo is a sight to be seen!
From the Emerald Coast to the Atlantic Coast
From Upper Brittany to Morbihan, 2,730 kilometres of coastline boast wind-beaten dunes, peaked cliffs jetting into the ocean and estuaries providing refuge for fish and birds. Lighthouses, forts and islands also dot Brittany’s picturesque landscape. Belle-île-en-Mer is a must-see!
During your stay, choose from numerous water activities such as sailing, kayaking and diving off the beaches of La Torche, Crozon, Guidel and Quiberon.
Brittany is a region for all ages to enjoy!