On the peninsula Quiberon, on the south coast of Brittany and only 100 metres from a sandy beach, you will find the very well maintained Sauvage campsite. With its vast sandy beaches on the eastern side and the magnificent rugged coast on the west (côte sauvage), the diverse Breton peninsula is an ideal area for families and active sport enthusiasts.
Once you arrive at the campsite, you will be attracted by the beautiful and brand new reception building which blends into the environment The staff are very friendly and helpful. You will get all necessary information here to make your holiday a success. Especially families with children enjoy this campsite, but more senior guests also like to stay here.
Tents on stilts
The camping grounds are well maintained, with mainly large, flat and sunny pitches around the reception. The pitches nearer to the beach are smaller and surrounded by hedges, hence with more privacy. Mobile homes and two small tents on stilts are also available for rent.
The campsite gives you direct access to the beach. You have a choice of several beaches between rocky outcrops. Children can thoroughly enjoy themselves on the campsite as well: the grounds offer a wide variety of playground equipment. The reception building also has a few play areas, which are equipped for different age groups.
Adjacent to the campsite is a very well-stocked supermarket and a restaurant with sea view and a fairly extensive menu, ranging from mussels to pizzas.
There are several sanitary buildings in different locations on the grounds. The buildings are fairly new and a high standard of cleanliness is maintained.