Must-see places to visit in Morbihan
Stay at Camping Paradis Les Palmiers*** near La Trinité and take advantage of its exceptional location in Southern Brittany.
Our establishment is located 1.5 km from La Trinité-sur-Mer, 5 km from Carnac, between the Quiberon peninsula and the Gulf of Morbihan.
Discover the south of Morbihan and its exceptional heritage: the megaliths of Carnac, the wild coast of Quiberon, the Gulf of Morbihan and its islands, Belle-Île-en-Mer…
Nearby beaches: a 1ᵉʳ small swimming area is located 650m from the campsite (depending on tides), then a cove facing the channel 800m away. The communes of St-Philibert and La Trinité-Sur-Mer both offer beautiful beaches just 2.5 km from the campsite. Numerous sports and leisure activities are available to help you spend a relaxing and convivial vacation with family and friends.
Discovering the Carnac alignments
Just a few kilometers from Camping Paradis Les Palmiers, you’ll discover an extraordinary heritage with a huge reputation: the megaliths of Carnac, soon to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The commune of Carnac, in Southern Brittany, is home to a number of exceptionally rich megalithic sites (Mène, Kermario and Kerlescan). A mecca of European prehistory, these sites form a monumental architectural ensemble that is unique in Europe.
Between 5000 and 2000 B.C., some 3,000 menhirs stood on this 4 km-long site. It seems that this architecture has a cultic significance, but many mysteries still surround these astonishing alignments.
Dolmens and tumuli are individual or collective burials.
With over 6,000 archaeological objects on display, the Musée de la Préhistoire is the ideal place to continue your immersion in the Neolithic period.
And that’s not forgetting Carnac’s long sandy beach and yacht club, and the Thalassotherapy center, which is undergoing a facelift and due to reopen by 2025. But we’ve also got a few other great addresses where you can be pampered. wellness areas near the campsite
The wild coast of Quiberon for a total change of scenery
On vacation at Camping Paradis Les Palmiers***, treat yourself to a breath of sea air on the Côte Sauvage, in Quiberon.
The Côte Sauvage, owned by the Conservatoire du Littoral, is a breathtaking sight. Even when the weather is calm, waves crash against the jagged cliffs, driven by strong winds. This 8 km stretch of west-facing coast runs from Château Turpault to Pointe du Percho.
Quiberon is located on a peninsula of the same name in the south of Morbihan. Bordered on both sides by the ocean, it faces Belle-Île-en-Mer.
Its beautiful landscapes alternate between fine sandy beaches and steep cliffs, providing a superb backdrop for seaside walks, water sports and leisure activities…
Since 1964, Quiberon has also been home to a renowned thalassotherapy center.
Visit the Gulf of Morbihan
An exceptional heritage on the doorstep of La Trinité-sur-Mer: the Gulf of Morbihan and its many islands.
Your stay in Brittany will allow you to discover this land of enchanting beauty. The tides of the Golfe du Morbihan create colorful landscapes to be admired at different times of the day. A show you can’t get enough of…
In Breton, Morbihan means “little sea”. The Golfe du Morbihan lives up to its name by being an inland sea covering some 100 km². Various rivers join the Atlantic Ocean between Locmariaquer and Port Navalo. Only a kilometer wide, it’s a place where violent currents can be felt.
The Gulf of Morbihan and its many islands, including Île aux Moines, Île d’Arz and Île de Gavrinis, are home to thousands of birds… . Take advantage of your vacation in Southern Brittany to set sail for this little paradise. If you prefer to stay on dry land, the towns along the Gulf invite you to discover their exceptional heritage: the megaliths of Gavrinis, Locmariaquer or Arzon, the châteaux of Plessis-Josso and Suscinio, the Abbey of Saint-Gildas de-Rhuys…
Belle-Île-en-Mer, Brittany’s largest island
Make the most of your vacation at Camping Paradis Les Palmiers*** to enjoy a unique experience in an authentic, unspoilt setting.
17 km long and 9 km wide, Belle-Ile-en-Mer is a veritable little paradise. Its beauty, light and crystal-clear waters have always seduced artists such as Claude Monet, Gustave Flaubert and Sarah Bernhardt…
During your excursion to the island, take to the coastal paths and walk along the rugged cliffs, dunes and unspoilt moors. Take the time to stroll through the charming villages and harbours, and enjoy the superb sandy beaches for sailing, surfing, diving… and lazing around!
Nearby are two other smaller but equally beautiful islands, Houat and Hoëdic! When you arrive, you’ll be greeted by a magnificent landscape of clear waters, sandy beaches, boat-accessible coves and footpaths. No fewer than 8 species of birds are found here, some of which are in danger of extinction.
Discover the charming port of Saint-Goustan
During your camping vacation, discover the charming port of Saint-Goustan, nestled at the end of a ria and bordered by the Auray river.
Between Lorient and Vannes, Saint-Goustan is the perfect place to enjoy the good life. With family or friends, take the time to stroll through this city of Art and History.
Stroll along the cobbled streets leading down to the port and discover a centuries-old heritage. Timber-framed houses, half-timbered facades and stately homes from the XVᵉ century are well worth a visit.
The four-arched stone bridge linking the lower and upper towns was built in the 13th century. Its final form dates back to 1752, and it was last restored in 1983. In the evening, the quays and café terraces come alive in a convivial atmosphere. Not to be missed!
Visit the chapel of St-Philibert
Situated along the footpath, with its feet in the water, this chapel was built in the mid-17ᵉ century. With its simple exterior and chimney-shaped bell tower, the chapel’s interior is extraordinary! Blue, stars, boats, a sea anchor in a stained glass window… the world of the sea is very present here.
The St-Philibert trail
All along the path along St-Philibert, you’ll discover many beautiful things. Visit port of La Trinité-Sur-Mer, the channel with boats entering and leaving the harbour throughout the day, the Kernevest lighthouse, known as the “Feu de Crac’h”, the Kernevest fort built under the direction of Napoleon III and now restored as a sailing school, the 2 beaches of St-Philibert, as well as oyster farms with tastings, and of course the little chapel…
Great three-day stay at this campsite, very well located for visiting this beautiful region. A very welcoming team and a clean, functional mobile home.
Do it again!!!
Charming campsite, neither too big nor too small, ideally located for visiting this beautiful region (for beach lovers, there’s something for everyone nearby, with or without waves and pretty coves to discover too). The new owners are very welcoming and kind, with good advice on sightseeing.
This campsite is ideally located for walking along the seafront or in La Trinité-sur-Mer, which is just next door! Very well thought-out campsite for children (swimming pool, playground…) and parents (boules area, bar with entertainment…).
A team that knows the region well, to guide you according to your desires and always with a smile!
We go there regularly and recommend it!