Camping near Pénestin, Port of Tréhiguier
Camping near Penestin
Located in the extreme south of Brittany, just 6 km from Camping **** Le Moulin de l'Eclis, Pénestin is a charming seaside resort of Morbihan to discover absolutely during your stay in South Brittany. Appreciated for its 25 kilometers of coastline, its sunny beaches and its golden cliffs, Pénestin offers many other assets that seduce campers in search of peace and nature!
More than 2,200 hectares of authentic landscapes to explore!
On the borders of Morbihan and Loire-Atlantique in southern Brittany, discover a preserved rural and natural landscape that is a delight for nature lovers, whether hikers, sportsmen or simple hikers. On foot, on horseback or by bike, more than 50 km of trails and greenways are available to you! Your playground and discovery? The customs trail along the ocean, the green Camoel countryside, the banks of the ugly Férel, the Bay of Pont-Mahé in Assérac or the Marsh of the Great Brière. The change of scenery is guaranteed!
Tréguihier, the fishing port of Pénestin
Stroll on the small fishing port of Tréguihier which lives all year round with the rhythm of tides and mussel farmers. The latter will fetch with their large plates the famous bouchot mussels that are the pride of Pénestin. Boaters can moor their boat on the port and reach in just 5 minutes the Moulin de l'Éclis. A stopover full of charm to find the taste of the authentic!
The beach of the Gold Mine and its copper cliffs
The beach of the Gold Mine is undoubtedly the favorite beach of campers. Located at the foot of the ocher cliffs, extraordinary, the beach of the Gold Mine stretches over 2 kilometers of fine sand. It seduces both families looking for swimming and nature as hikers who can choose to extend the ride on the mythical footpath, the GR34. The Mine d'Or beach is also a unique geological site in Europe whose origins date back to the Quaternary era. Millions of years ago, it was the Loire (the river) that flowed in place and place of the beach! In the late nineteenth century, the site attracts many "gold diggers". A small farm will see the day even on the beach. For a few years, gold flakes hidden in the sand of the cliffs are harvested, hence the current name: the "Golden Mine Beach"!
- A paragliding flight over the cliff of the Gold Mine! Here's how to spice up your camping holiday and get some adrenaline pumping.
- The mussels of bouchot of Pénestin, fleshy with desire and simply delicious! The House of Mussel farming allows to discover this flagship activity of the estuary of the Vilaine.
- The menhir of "La Pierre Blanche", a megalith, 4 meters high, entirely in white quartz, located near Tréhiguier.
- The beach of Palandrin, the southernmost beach of Brittany! It is the meeting place for kite surfers and windsurfers north of the bay of Pont Mahe!