Camping holidays in Brittany
Camping in Brittany is highly popular with families of all ages from all over Europe. There are many reasons as to why families rank Brittany so high on the list of holiday destinations. This include the stunning scenery, history, culture, beaches and of course the campsites.
For those holidaymakers from the UK, the main is Brittany’s close proximity to the UK and easy links across the English Channel.
Brittany is steeped in history and culture and it’s links with the UK date back centuries. There’s much to explore in the many villages, towns and cities, many of which are filled with historical buildings and monuments dating back through time.
The region has an unbelievably large amount of diversity in it’s terrain. Brittany has the longest coastline in France working its way along the English channel to where the Atlantic ocean laps its shores.
This wonderful coastline has a beautiful mix of rugged rocky headlands and wonderful sandy coves and beaches which provide the perfect location for families to explore making it the perfect holiday location.
As you venture further inland Brittany provides a wealth of luscious green fields and ancient forests which hide the many peaceful villages and hamlets that have existed for hundreds of years.
Why camping in Brittany?
Families with younger children are especially prone to camping in Brittany as many of the campsites are only a short distance from the ports at which you land, allowing you to enjoy your holiday straight away and do away with the long car journeys and endless amounts of stops along the way.
A camping holiday in Brittany gives you the perfect location to either stay on site and take part in as many or as little activities as you wish or to use the campsite as a base to explore the real Brittany and what this wonderful region of France has to offer.
Whatever you decide to do you can be sure to find a campsite to meet your taste, age, group or budget.
Use our website to find out more about Brittany and book a great camping holiday in France!