If you are dreaming of a family, cultural and sporting camping holiday, head for the Rhuys peninsula, 30 minutes from our campsite **** Le Moulin de Cadillac in Morbihan in Southern Brittany! The Rhuys peninsula is an authentic camping destination, an exceptional area between land and sea, linked to the Regional Natural Park of the Gulf of Morbihan. It stretches in an arc of 25 km from Arzon to Saint-Armel.
The Rhuys Peninsula offers a multitude of outdoor activities such as hiking on the GR349 Rhuys Vilaine, but also horse riding, golf, cycling, tree climbing...
On the sea side, the choice is just as vast on both sides of the Gulf of Morbihan and the Bay of Quiberon. The kilometres of coastline offer campers something to indulge their passion: swimming and lazing on the beach, kitesurfing, surfing, windsurfing, stand up paddle, kayaking, scuba diving, coastal sailing, sea fishing... On the horizon, the islands of Houat and Hoëdic are invitations to set sail.
At the tip of the Rhuys Peninsula, discover Port Navalo. This authentic Breton port is also an ideal departure point for the islands of Morbihan. Continue the walk to Arzon and the Port du Crouesty, the largest marina in Brittany. Just next door, the megalithic site of Petit Mont has watched over the Gulf of Morbihan for 6,000 years. If you are a lover of old stones, make a diversion to the abbey of Saint Gildas de Rhuys and the medieval castle of Suscinio in Sarzeau. As for nature lovers and birdwatchers, they can take the salt marshes route which leads to Saint Armel and Tascon Island. To the south-east of the Rhuys peninsula, the Pointe de Penvins in Sarzeau and the Tour du Parc are also worth a visit.