What to do and what to see in Morbihan, the campsite tells you everything or almost everything and gives you its favourites!
If you want to book a camping holiday in Morbihan, you have come to the right place! Ideally located at the gateway to the Gulf of Morbihan, the 4-star Le Moulin de Cadillac campsite is the ideal destination for a stay in Southern Brittany and to enjoy a pleasant holiday 25 minutes from Vannes, the capital of Morbihan, but also a few kilometres from the seaside, the most beautiful Morbihan beaches and the main tourist and cultural sites of Morbihan! All you have to do is book your camping accommodation in Noyal Muzillac and enjoy the Morbihan and Southern Brittany in complete freedom!
By choosing to spend your next camping holiday in Morbihan, you can enjoy water activities and board sports: surfing, sand yachting, sea kayaking, catamaran, kitesurfing, bodyboarding, wakeboarding, windsurfing, jet skiing, paddle, scuba diving... The campsite**** Le Moulin de Cadillac and its mobile home rentals are located only 15 minutes drive from the fine sandy beaches of Morbihan and the most beautiful surf spots in Brittany! The coastline is home to a plethora of sailing schools and water sports centres where you can practice your favourite sport or the one that has always made you dream, whether you are a beginner or an experienced sailor, young or old. The hardest part is choosing!
The Quiberon peninsula and the wild coast are a must for your camping holiday in the Morbihan. You will be literally overwhelmed by the beauty and variety of the landscapes that are available to you. If you prefer to relax and laze around, Quiberon and its surroundings have everything to please! The Breton peninsula is home to vast stretches of golden sand where you can spread your towel and take a dip. If you find the water a little chilly, you can always fall back on the campsite's covered and heated aquatic area!
The Rhuys peninsula is lively all year round and beautiful in all seasons. The campsite advises you to take a short walk or bike ride through the salt marshes of Lasné, classified as a sensitive natural area, but also to linger around the picturesque villages of Arzon, Le Tour-du-Parc, Saint-Armel, Saint-Gildas-de-Rhuys and Sarzeau.
If you're on a camping holiday in the Morbihan, it's impossible to miss Carnac and its menhir alignments! Known throughout the world, the "standing stones" of Carnac were erected nearly 7000 years ago. If you wish to discover the mysteries surrounding these fields of menhirs, make a stop at the Maison des Mégalithes. You can also continue your discovery towards the Cairn of Gavrinis, the megalithic site of Locmariaquer or the Cairn of Petit-Mont in Arzon. The Morbihan also has many manors and castles, including Château Suscinio, an impressive fortress whose origins date back to the 13th century. During your visit, you will discover the daily life of the court of the Dukes of Brittany.
Vannes, 20 km from your campsite in Morbihan, is an equally exciting stopover on your holiday in Southern Brittany! Rich in an exceptional historical and architectural heritage, the capital of Morbihan conceals many treasures which are revealed along the cobbled streets lined with old medieval buildings. After this incursion into the heart of Brittany's history, you can stroll along the marina in the centre of the town, where there are numerous bars and restaurants that make the visit very pleasant.
Discover the charm of the Breton villages of yesteryear with their narrow streets, picturesque houses with blue shutters and flowery alleys...relaxing places that take you back in time such as Rochefort en Terre, with its half-timbered houses, its castle and its listed houses with granite and schist facades. Continue your discovery in La Gacilly, City of crafts and birthplace of Yves Rocher, which hosts a large open-air photo festival every summer, which will delight campers who love photography! If you have time, take advantage of your camping holiday in Morbihan to head for Josselin, a charming village with its flamboyant Gothic castle, its medieval suburb and its basilica. You can then continue on to the Nantes-Brest canal, a green area that irrigates the Morbihan via the river Oust.
he list would be far too long if we were to tell you about all the emblematic places of Morbihan. We prefer to leave you the surprise of discovering them during your next holiday at the campsite and we hope to have given you the desire to come and visit us!