Camping Broceliande dans le Morbihan Holidays in Morbihan Campsite near Malestroit


Welcome to Southern Brittany, to the Domaine de Kervallon, an open-air hotel with spa and aquatic area located on the edge of the Brocéliande forest not far from Malestroit. Our establishment welcomes families, groups of friends and couples who are looking for a campsite to visit the forest of Paimpont combining comfort, relaxation, harmony with nature and a warm atmosphere.

Mobile home rental near Malestroit

Our 4-star campsite has put together a number of fully equipped mobile homes for visitors who wish to stay in an unspoilt natural setting without giving up the advantages of luxury hotels. These homes can accommodate between 2 and 7 people. From the small cottage for 2 people ideal for romantic stays to the lodge cabin for groups of friends and large families, we offer several ranges and models. You will be able to stay in a mobile home within your budget and have access to the campsite’s facilities: aquatic area with heated swimming pool, slides and paddling pool, multi-sports ground, bowling green, children’s playground, etc. Our mobile homes have a kitchen with crockery and equipment, a living room area, one or more bedrooms, a bathroom, separate toilets and a terrace with garden furniture. Would you like to embark on a unique and unforgettable experience? Book one of our unusual accommodations: gypsy caravan, safari tent, cottage on stilts…

Tourism in Malestroit

Located between the ocean and the forest, our family campsite is an excellent starting point for tourism in Morbihan. Crossed by the river Oust and the Nantes-Brest canal, Malestroit is one of the towns of character in southern Brittany. You will discover narrow streets with half-timbered houses and many hidden figurines, not to mention the many crêperies and various renowned restaurants. This small municipality of 2,500 inhabitants is also home to some interesting religious monuments such as the church of Saint-Gilles, the Joubin cross, the cross of the faubourg Saint-Michel and the ruins of the chapel of the Madeleine.

Historically, Malestroit is the place where one of the peace treaties of the Hundred Years War was signed in 1343. Since then, Malestroit has preserved its heritage and is classified as a small town of character. Every year in July, the commune hosts a rock festival (Pont du Rock), and every Friday in the summer the “Canal Fridays” concerts enliven the Place du Bouffey. It should be noted that the house of the rabbids has recently taken up residence in this little town! Finally, if you are a history buff, consider including the Breton Resistance Museum, in Saint-Marcel, in your tour book.