Domaine de Kervallon is one of the best campsites in Morbihan with a water park.
In the heart of the Broceliande Destination and the Dukes of Brittany, 25 minutes from Vannes and the Gulf of Morbihan, the De Kervallon estate is ideally located for those who wish to discover the secrets of southern Brittany and the Gulf of Morbihan. Have you just booked your spacious pitch for your tent, caravan or camper van? Your fully equipped luxury mobile home at Domaine de Kervallon ? The time has come to fill in the programme of visits and activities that you can do from our campsite at the gateway to the forest of Brocéliande.
What to see in Morbihan?
It is difficult not to mention the wild coasts, the fine sandy beaches and the Atlantic Ocean when one considers lifting the veil on the treasures of Southern Brittany.
Start your exploration of the coastline with the Gulf of Morbihan, which offers magnificent scenery. Have your photo taken at the foot of the ramparts of Vannes, get lost in the cobbled streets and look for the famous sculpture “Vannes and his wife” between the magnificent half-timbered houses.
If the marine world appeals to you, the Eric Tabarly Sailing City and the Lorient submarine base will enable you to enrich your knowledge and satisfy your curiosity. The Morbihan has some fabulous castles such as the castle of Josselin and the castle of Suscinio.
To go further back in time, visit the incredible alignments of Carnac which will transport you to the Neolithic period or the Museum of Prehistory (Carnac).
From the campsite you can also make a quick trip to the flowery village of La Gacilly and stroll through the streets of other picturesque towns such as Rochefort-en-Terre, Ploërmel, Pontivy and Sainte-Anne-d’Auray.
What to do in Morbihan?
If the open sea beckons, hop aboard a boat and discover the stunning citadel of Belle-Île-en-Mer before sitting on the sand for a few moments to watch the seagulls undulate over the waves on the Plage du Donnant.
Cycle along the coast to Quiberon and Sarzeau. Get lost among the oaks, chestnuts and ferns in the Broceliande forest, home to the tomb of Merlin the Enchanter and beautiful buildings such as Comper Castle.
Glamping in Morbihan is also synonymous with water sports. Surfing, sailing, sand yachting on the coast, kayaking or boating on the calm waters of Lake Guerlédan: you are free to choose the water activities that will please the whole family.
If you visit us in August, you will have the opportunity to attend a unique event in the world: the Festival Interceltique de Lorient.