CAMPSITE CLOSE TO ROCHEFORT EN TERRE IN MORBIHAN
Less than 30 km from the campsite in Morbihan, discover Rochefort-en-Terre : a small wonderful town listed among the Most Beautiful Villages of France® (elected in 2016).
Admire its ramparts, castle, and its 16th and 17th-century houses. Take a gastronomic break to taste the region's specialties like the traditional Kouign Amann or Breton pancakes.
Explore the town's numerous skilled artisans.
NOTE: The Moulin Neuf pond provides an excellent starting point for a beautiful hike around Rochefort-en-Terre.
CAMPSITE CLOSE TO VANNES
Within 30 minutes from the campsite, discover Vannes, a town between land and sea, a departure point for maritime adventures.
A typically Breton town close to your campsite.
As the capital of Morbihan, Vannes boasts a marina, fortified square, medieval town, and a rich history.
From ramparts to half-timbered houses, cathedrals to seaside villas at Conleau, Vannes' diverse heritage offers a walk through time and history.
Stroll along the marina for relaxation and taste a seafood platter at Conleau.
CAMPSITE CLOSE TO LORIENT
Lorient, a vibrant city, is an hour away from Camping La Blanche Hermine in Muzillac.
It's famous for its football team and the INTERCELTIQUE FESTIVAL.
But you can also visit :
- City of Sailing Eric Tabarly
- Submarine Flore and the submarine base
- The Museum of the East India Company
And in the region : the citadel of Port-Louis and the island of Groix
Más lúdico :
- The refuge Les Terres de Nataë
- Poul-Fetan Village with a brittany farm from 1850
- The Haras of Hennebont
Lorient is one of Brittany's flagship destinations that you can explore..
Camping La Blanche Hermine in Muzillac is ideally located in Morbihan.
CAMPSITE CLOSE TO LA ROCHE BERNARD
Close to your campsite, between the « Guérandaise » peninsula and the Rhuys peninsula, discover La Roche-Bernard and the charms of the Vilaine River.
You'll be captivated by this small characterful town in Morbihan and its 16th-century style houses. Wander through the streets and admire the salt lofts, the Basses-Fosses castle (now the Museum of the Maritime Vilaine), half-timbered houses, and the Notre-Dame chapel.
The old town offers numerous walks with magnificent panoramas.
NOTE: The Chemin of Ruicard winds through picturesque streets, and the Passage de la Quenelle leads to the beautiful Bouffay square where the Canon house is located.
Boat trips or rides in a little train are available.
Enjoy this escapade with a discovery cruise of the Vilaine, the river of the Dukes of Brittany, 42 km long. You can also rent a small electric boat without a license and explore the wild and protected banks with your family.
Discover all the secrets of La Roche Bernard, the back port, old districts, city center, and the suspended bridge passage in a tourist train during a guided tour.
CAMPING CLOSE TO LA GACILLY
Camping La Blanche Hermine is located less than 40 minutes from the characterful town of La Gacilly.
Discover this flowery village by strolling through its typical streets and enjoy the numerous artisans and artists animating the town.
During the summer season, enjoy the largest open-air photo festival in France. Each year presents a new theme, and many recognized photographers showcase their work throughout the town.
La Gacilly is also known as the town of Yves Rocher cosmetics. Explore the botanical garden and the ecological SPA hotel.
CAMPSITE CLOSE TO GUERANDE
30 minutes from the campsite, visit Guérande and its surroundings during a boat trip.
A town of Art and History and a medieval character, Guérande will charm you with its magnificent medieval monuments and the famous salt marshes covering nearly 2000 hectares.
Guérande, close to the campsite, overlooks two regions: the White Land of salt and salt marshes, and the Black Land of peat and the Regional Natural Park of Brière.
TOURISM IN GUERANDE
A boat trip through the marshes guided by a salt worker :
discover the water circuit, the formation of the famous salt of Guérande, traditional salt harvesting methods, and craftsmanship.
Visit the famous Regional Natural Park of Brière by flat-bottomed boat (traditional barge) or by carriage. During your visit, observe the fauna, flora, and the architecture of the Brière marshes.
The Guérande peninsula will delight you with its typical fishing ports like Le Croisic or La Turballe, as well as its picturesque villages like Careil or Kerhinet in Southern Brittany.