30 minutes from the campsite, Pénestin is a charming seaside resort in the heart of the Guérande peninsula. It is also the southernmost seaside resort in Morbihan! On the programme: fine sandy beaches, discovery of the listed site of the Mine d'Or, a stroll around the fishing port of Tréhiguier, a walk along the customs path and the banks of the Vilaine...
At the gateway to the Gulf of Morbihan and 35 kilometres from Pénestin, the campsite invites you to stay close to nature in the privacy of your mobile home, chalet or canvas bungalow. Ideal to take a breath of fresh air and enjoy the comfort of your holiday rental near Pénestin. If you choose to spend your holidays in a tent, caravan or camper van, you will appreciate the natural charm of the Moulin de Cadillac with its small river and its beautiful wooded park.
25 kilometres of coastline for swimming, sunbathing, shell collecting, catamaran sailing, windsurfing, kayaking or stand-up paddling... During your stay in a 4-star campsite near Pénestin, you will enjoy the nautical pleasures and the joys of the seaside! A dozen beaches and as many small, wild, more intimate coves will allow you to satisfy all your holiday desires!
Dominated by its ochre-coloured cliffs, the Mine d'Or beach extends over 3 kilometres. It is the largest beach of Pénestin, but also the most frequented in summer. More unusual, the Mine d'Or site is also the only paragliding spot in Morbihan! An opportunity to experience the thrill of flying over the cliffs! For the little anecdote: the cliff was exploited as a gold mine from the 19th century until the First World War, hence the name of the beach of the Gold Mine! Today, unless you walk the beach with a metal detector, you are unlikely to make a fortune!
During your camping holiday, discover the charming fishing port of Pénestin, a lively place that lives to the rhythm of the tides. You will be able to see the mussel farmers at work and realise that the title of Pénestin "capital of the mussel of Southern Brittany" is far from being usurped! You can visit the Maison de la Mytiliculture, a museum on the culture of mussels, located in the old lighthouse of Tréhiguier. After that, all you have to do is taste the famous bouchot mussels that you can find in the markets and restaurants during the summer.
Pénestin is very popular with hikers who discover a wide variety of coastal and rural landscapes. Campers can follow the 50 km of marked paths offering magnificent views of the cliffs of the Mine d'Or and the mouth of the Vilaine. Near Férel, from La Roche-Bernard to Camoël, explore a wooded interior made up of country lanes that lead to small Breton hamlets where you will discover ovens, calvaries and wells as well as the remains of mills...
If you are looking for a campsite near Pénestin, do not hesitate to contact the reception of the Moulin de Cadillac on 02 97 67 03 47 to find out about availability and to book your stay in Southern Brittany!