Are you looking for a campsite in the 56 to discover the natural and cultural treasures of South Brittany? The Domaine de Kervallon welcomes you just a stone’s throw from Josselin, in a green setting where you will find the comfort, intimacy and conviviality you have come for.
Mobile home rental near Josselin
For campsite enthusiasts, holidays are above all a great opportunity to relax, to reconnect with nature, to meet unforgettable people and to engage in fun and sporting activities as a couple, with family or with friends. Our full-service hotel offers you modern infrastructures which will guarantee the success of your exceptional holidays and will delight your children: water park with heated swimming pool, slides and paddling pool, sauna, jacuzzi, multi-sports ground, bowling green, bicycle hire, mini-market…In addition to our spacious pitches for tents, camper vans and caravans delimited by natural hedges, we offer fully-equipped luxury mobile homes.
Most of our mobile homes have a kitchen with crockery and equipment, a sitting area, one or more bedrooms, a bathroom with separate toilet, and an outdoor terrace with garden furniture. Our range of rental accommodation includes several sizes (2-7 people, 22-43 m2) and models so that every holidaymaker can find the right mobile home for their needs and budget. We also offer mobile homes accessible to people with reduced mobility (PRM) and unusual accommodation such as gypsy caravans, Mongolian yurts, cottages, cabins and safari tents.
Tourism in Josselin
Have you just left your bags in your luxury accommodation and taken a dip in our heated pool? It’s time to schedule your visits.
To go out in the Morbihan and see magnificent monuments, there is no need to travel hundreds of kilometres. Less than a quarter of an hour away from the campsite by car, is one of the most beautiful medieval buildings in Brittany: the castle of Josselin. Beyond its majestic towers, this building bordered by the Nantes canal in Brest (canoe rental, electric boats) contains a museum that will particularly appeal to children: the doll and toy museum.
Situated near Guégon and Lanouée, this commune of about 12,000 inhabitants, crossed by the river Oust, is also home to magnificent religious monuments such as the Basilica of Notre-Dame-du-Roncier, the church of Saint-Martin and the chapel of Sainte-Croix, which make it one of Brocéliande’s historical and tourist highlights.
Take the time to stroll along the banks of the river Oust, to lose yourself in the narrow streets of the town centre and admire the house on the Place Notre-Dame and the superb half-timbered houses that make Jossel and the Breton villages so charming. On Saturday mornings, visit the market in Josselin, one of the most popular in the region along with Malestroit.