Discover Morbihan on your camping holiday
Our campsite in Morbihan, Le Lac au Duc, is ideally situated for enjoying the charm of Brittany, with its natural sites (hiking, lakes), Breton legends and beautiful sites to discover.
Get away from it all near Ploërmel in Morbihan
Morbihan, in the west of France, is bursting with natural and cultural treasures. If you’re keen to discover this region, the town of Ploërmel is an excellent base from which to begin your exploration. Hiking, lakes, the Nantes-Brest canal, the mythical Brocéliande forest – there’s so much to do! Stay at our 2-star campsite and rent mobile homes, unusual accommodation or camping pitches at the best prices and set off to discover our magnificent Breton region.
At the crossroads of many places to visit, you can discover the region through its pretty villages such as Josselin, Malestroit, Rochefort en Terre and many others…
In the heart of the Breton legends in Broceliande
Enter the legend of the mythical Forest of Broceliande, between a walk in the forest, the visit of the Castle, the Valley of No Return, the stories around Merlin the magician, the Morgana Fairy… so many places to discover the legendary land.
A stay at the campsite is an opportunity to discover the Brocéliande forest, an emblematic and legendary site in Morbihan. It is associated with Arthurian legends and the fairy Morgana, as well as many mystical tales and stories. This forest is also a remarkable natural site, with a wide variety of trees, plants and flowers. It is criss-crossed by numerous hiking trails offering magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. The Forest of Brocéliande is a place of rejuvenation, relaxation and escape for all visitors seeking to reconnect with nature and the legends that surround it.
Rochefort en Terre
Canal de Nantes à Brest
So many places to discover that will allow you to enjoy the typical landscapes of Brittany.
Unspoilt nature near Ploërmel
Morbihan’s varied and magnificent landscapes make it an ideal destination for hikers. You can start by exploring the Brocéliande forest, just a few kilometers from Ploërmel; This legendary forest is a real enchantment for hikers, who can discover unspoilt nature and a mystical atmosphere; There are also many other hiking trails to discover in the Ploërmel area, such as the GR 347, which offers breathtaking views of Lac au Duc and Josselin castle;
Lac au Duc is an ideal place to spend a peaceful, sunny day; The lake is surrounded by lush countryside, with woods and green meadows; You can swim, sail, kayak, paddle or simply relax on the beach; There is also a children’s playground and picnic areas for families;
The Nantes-Brest canal is another must-see when visiting Morbihan; This historic canal stretches over 364 kilometers and links the cities of Nantes and Brest; You can rent a bike to ride part of this picturesque canal and enjoy the view of the surrounding countryside; You can also take a boat trip to discover the locks, bridges and magnificent scenery along the canal;
Towns and villages in Morbihan near the campsite
Ploërmel’s surrounding towns and villages are also well worth exploring; Malestroit is a small medieval town with cobbled streets, half-timbered houses and a charming Gothic church; The picturesque village of La Gacilly is home to France’s largest photo festival, as well as an organic cosmetics factory; Josselin is a medieval town with an imposing château, a magnificent basilica and a breathtaking view over the Oust valley;
During your stay at the campsite, you can also visit the seaside towns near the Gulf of Morbihan; Discover Vannes, a beautiful fortified medieval town on the Gulf of Morbihan; It boasts a magnificent cathedral, cobbled streets and a lively market. Lorient is a port city with interesting architecture, a naval museum and a famous interceltic festival held every summer;
The Gulf of Morbihan is an exceptional site, characterized by an inland sea dotted with a multitude of islands, coves and sandy beaches; It is also a haven for a wide variety of birds, making it an ideal site for birdwatchers; To discover the gulf, you can take a boat trip to admire the breathtaking scenery and discover islands such as Ile aux Moines and Ile d’Arz; You can also stroll along the coastal paths to enjoy panoramic views of the gulf;
Staying at the Lac au Duc campsite in Ploërmel means enjoying camping activities for young and old and 2-star services; It also means discovering magnificent typical Breton landscapes such as Carnac and its many Menhirs, or the Quiberon peninsula;