Just a short hop across the Channel, you can’t beat Brittany for a camping holiday. With a mild climate, 1200km of rugged coastline, charming villages, historic cities, cycling and walking routes, and fabulous food, there’s so much to see and so.
Camping Holidays in Brittany
The rugged coastline of Northern Brittany is home to golden sandy beaches, picture-postcard seaside resorts and fishing villages and excellent visitor attractions. The south of Brittany boasts charming towns, sophisticated resorts, and delicious seafood and cider.
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Top places to camp in Brittany
From a short break, a family holiday or a getaway for two, getting to your camping holiday in Brittany is easy with a ferry crossing (like the popular Brittany Ferries Portsmouth to St Malo route) or by flying to a regional airport.
Stay at Camping la Grande Métairie, a Canvas favourite for over 40 years, and you’re in easy reach of the sandy beaches of Carnac-Plages.
Rennes - this vibrant university city is rich with culture and stunning architecture, including the Saint George Palace and le Palais du Parlement.
Océanopolis - this huge aquarium and research centre in Brest covers every corner of the planet! See Europe’s largest penguin colony, and take the elevator to the depths of the shark tank.
St Malo - walk round the ramparts that encircle the old town and visit the Castle museum.
Pointe du Raz - the ‘lands end’ of France is a rocky headland offering coastal walks and dramatic views over the Atlantic.
Carnac is most famous for its unique rows of ancient standing stones. Dating to around since 4000BC, it’s speculated that they were erected for a religious or cultural reasons, but their true significance is pretty unknown.
Côte de Granit Rose (Pink Granite Coast) at Ploumanach is named after the unique colour of its rocks and is just over 90 minutes drive from Camping Pins. With weather-beaten rocks have formed into unique formations, it’s a stunning site you won't’ forget.