From Camping de la Baie, located on the Breton coast, you have direct access to the beach on the Bay of Quiberon. You camp on a well-kept terrain on a touring pitch with privacy provided by large hedges. At this quiet campsite you can take a dip in the swimming pool, but especially around the campsite there is a lot to do. Join a boat trip on the Gulf of Morbihan or cycle to Carnac. Almost three thousand menhirs to admire here.
About a hundred touring pitches can be found on the campsite, which is only separated from the beach and the Atlantic Ocean by a road and car park. The terrain is well kept: narrow roads provide a sense of tranquillity, large hedges and trees delimitate the touring pitches. The pitches are large enough for every type of camping. However, placing a motorhome or caravan may require some driving skills.
The swimming pool is situated in a sunny spot at the entrance of the campsite, It is separated by a wall. It's not very big, but nice to cool off. For the youngest swimmers there is a shallow, shielded area where they can paddle in peace and quiet. There is a waterslide for the daredevils.
Ebb and flow
If you cross the parking lot at the entrance of the campsite, you will be on the beach within a few steps. At high tide (and nice weather) you can swim in the Atlantic Ocean. At low tide a fairly muddy part of the coast of the Bay of Quiberon is exposed. This, in turn, is ideal for gathering shellfish.