What are our best campsites in Pénestin?
A lively holiday destination, our best campsite in Pénestin is Domaine d’Inly, a family-friendly resort where you can enjoy a relaxing and recreational stay. Nestled in a scenic parkland, this rural and peaceful site is located close to the coast as well as charming countryside in Morbihan.
A highlight of the resort is the stunning swimming complex that features both indoor and outdoor pools, water slides, a lazy river and a spa area. As this is a five-star campsite, you’ll find so much to do onsite including horse riding, visiting the mini farm, sports and lively clubs for children and teenagers.
Facilities at the campsite are excellent and include a particularly welcoming restaurant housed in a restored farm building, as well as snack bar, souvenir shop, mini market, supermarket and takeaway service. Domaine d’Inly also features a bicycle hire service, making it quick and easy to explore the local area which is beautiful and blissful.
In terms of accommodation, we offer a range of modern mobile homes with spacious living areas, convenient amenities and decking areas. Nestled in private and peaceful emplacements, our accommodation ensures that you can enjoy a serene stay in the midst of greenery.
What are the best things to do while camping in Pénestin?
If you are dreaming of coastal camping stays in Brittany, you’ll love pitching up in Pénestin, where you can enjoy long stretches of scenic shoreline marked by beautiful beaches, dramatic cliffs and sweeping bays. One of the most picturesque beaches close to the town is the Mine d’Or, a sprawl of sand backed by ochre coloured cliffs that once was the site of gold mining.
There are several other places to lie down in the sand around Pénestin, with the beaches at Plage de Men Armor and Plage de Camaret lying to the north of the town. If you head southward, you’ll find gorgeous beaches at Loscolo, Plage de Goulumer and Pointe du Bile.
It’s really useful to have a car when enjoying a camping holiday in Pénestin, as this will give you the option to reach some of the best attractions in the heart of the region, including the castles of Château de Ranrouët and Chateau de la Bretesche.
You’ll also be able to plan day trips to a couple of fantastic Breton towns: Vannes and Saint-Nazaire. The former is a historic walled city in the gulf of Morbihan where you can visit excellent tourist attractions such as the town’s ramparts, a beaux arts museum and San Pedro Cathedral. In Saint-Nazaire, the sightseeing highlight include the Escal'Atlantic Museum and the Saint-Nazaire submarine.