Come and stay at Au Gré des Vents campsite, to benefit from the wonders of Brittany, and just a stone’s throw from the Ocean. With the local cuisine to taste, fairy-tales and legends to discover, festivals or bike rides, you won’t have time to be bored here. The microclimate in the Gulf of Morbihan is not simply a myth.Discover
Welcome to the capital of the Morbihan! With its medieval town centre, uniquely charming marina, and the Morbihan Gulf within easy reach, there are no end of reasons to love Vannes. So, are you all…
Camping in the Morbihan: taking a journey through time in Vannes.
You only need to take a few steps through Vannes’ medieval streets to feel the magic beginning to work etc. Raise your gaze and you’ll discover half-timbered houses, the oldest of which date back to the 15th century. After a short tour of the ramparts, you’ll reach the marina, surrounded by café terraces. There’s no doubt about it; Vannes offers a uniquely laid-back lifestyle while retaining a wonderful, cultural vibrancy. In short, it’s a little taste of heaven on earth...
A holiday in Vannes devoted to gastronomy
A camping holiday in the Morbihan region is also the ideal opportunity to sample the region’s local specialities. Start at breakfast with some “salidou,”a caramel spread made with Brittany salted butter and take your taste buds on a culinary adventure. During your visit to Vannes town centre, stop off at Desplousse, an artisan chocolate shop where they’ve been making and selling their famous chocolate oysters for more than a century. Make the most of your trip to stock up on La Belle-Iloise’s delicious, tinned, seafood delicacies.
The Morbihan Gulf, a remarkable holiday playground
Now, head for the sparkling waters of the Morbihan Gulf! Lay out your towels on the fine sandy beaches of the Rhuys peninsula or set off on an excursion to the Morbihan Islands. Île aux Moines, île d’Arz, île de Houat, Belle-Île...You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to islands and you can tailor the duration of your excursion to suit your needs. A half-day cycling on an island, a picnic on another, two nights on Belle-Île, facing the ocean etc. It’s also the perfect opportunity to practise your favourite water sport!