Domaine de L’Orangerie de Lanniron is in a beautiful location next to the River Odet at the southern edge of the beautiful, historic town of Quimper. The well maintained campging site is located in the park of a 17th century castle. The spacious campsites (80 to 160 m2) are separated by flowers and bushes. You have the choice of a spot with much, some or no shade.
17th century gardens
The campsite is nicely laid out next to the castle (a private estate) on a 6.5 hectare property. You have a lovely view of the river Odet, the orangerie and the gardens, laid out as they were at the end of the 17th century. Due to the tidal danger, swimming is prohibited. You can take a trip with the canoe and kayak club on the river.
There is a lovely heated swimming pool (750 m2) with rock fountains, massage benches, jacuzzis and three slides. There are separate kiddie pools with slide for the littlest children.
There is a restaurant/bar with terrace next to the pool. You can get pizzas, snacks and take away meals on the campsite.
In the restaurant, a restored farm, there is plenty of choice of weekly changing traditional French dishes. Grocery items and regional products (fresh bread) are available in the camping shop. On the terrace you'll find two playgrounds (with trampoline and bouncy cushions) and sports fields (tennis, pony rides). For children there is an activity programme and a mini club (English and French).
The castle park with the 17th century gardens and a large park is 38 hectares: here you'll find Italian baroque and French classical style in the designs. Surely worth a visit.