Passeur des Iles
Departing from the campsite, the « Passeur des Iles » passenger ferry takes you to Ile aux Moines, a great place for walking and cycling. It can also take you on a one-way trip to Port Navalo and you can walk back. You can even go to the market in Vannes by boat !
Hire of Kayaks and stand-up paddles
Row, row, row the boat… !
Kayaking and stand-up paddle are two fun ways to discover the Gulf of Morbihan. Due to their shalllow draft and silent movement, you can get very close to the coast to see the local wildlife.
A monitor accompanies you on the trip.
Cycling is the ideal means of transport. No more traffic jams after an afternoon at the beach or trouble finding a parking space at a fest-noz ! You can have your hire bike delivered directly to the campsite (one-day hire minimum) at no extra charge with « Cycles de l’Océan » + 33 297 53 74 19. They will also collect it at the end of your rental period.
Bar “La P’tite Cale”
A gentle ripple, whilst you enjoy a tipple !
With its terrace overlooking the sea, the bar « P’tite Cale » boasts one of the most spectacular views over the Gulf. It is the ideal place to relax and enjoy an ice-cream, cocktail or local drink. There’s something for everyone !
It is also the ideal place to admire the glowing rocks on Ile aux Moines at sunset.
Hiking and cycling
The best way to explore the area.
You can reach the GR34 coastal path directly from the campsite. It takes you along the coast towards Port Navalo or Logeos, depending which direction you take.
Touch the bottom with a smile
Reserved for the more adventurous, whatever your level of experience. The Breton seabeds are particularly rich in fauna and flora.
Departure from Port du Crouesty or at the bottom of the campsite.