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Mane Ghernehué, a jewel planted along the Gulf of Morbihan

The Gulf of Morbihan, considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world, was bound to have an exceptional campsite. And that is l'Airotel Mane Ghernehué. With its five stars, it is one of the most beautiful and luxury campsites in Brittany...

A haven of well-being in the Gulf of Morbihan

Open all year round, Mane Ghernehué is a remarkable high range campsite. Located in Baden, a community in the Gulf of Morbihan, in southern Brittany, this establishment offers 377 pitches spread over a twenty-acres area to welcome its guests. These can enjoy spacious and comfortable pitches, lawned and semi-shaded, to put their tent, caravan or camper.

As for the rentals, they are many and varied. There are a dozen cottages and apartments, which, even if they are situated outside the property (about 500 meters), reconcile the comfort of a home and the joys of camping. Inside the campsite, a wide choice of chalets and mobile homes is offered. Even if they are all modern and well-equipped, we make a special mention for the Patio and the cottage Ty Bihan, accommodations with a neat design and high-end comfort!

Finally, for ever more originality and unexpected holidays, you can also stay in a trailer at Mane Ghernehué.

Activities for everyone on the campsite

Family campsite par excellence, this establishment offers many activities for young and old. Residents can also enjoy a wide range of facilities, to sport, have fun or to relax.

On camping Mane Ghernehué the central place to be of is of course its water park. One of the largest water parks of the Department with an indoor and outdoor area.
 The covered area, heated at 29° C, is equipped with a large pool for swimming and aquagym lessons, a children's pool, a toboggan and a whirlpool. The outdoor area consists of three large pools: the first one for swimming, the second one for the giant toboggan, five water slides and the fun aqua lagoon. This latter includes a paddling pool and water games as as well as several bubble baths and an upstream river. Around this area, 200 m² of sunbathing area with sun loungers to the delight of sun and relaxation lovers.

They can also take advantage of "Douc' heure du Golfe ", the campsite's well-being and relaxation centre. It includes a sauna, a hammam, a whirlpool, senses stimulating showers, a tea bar, and a massage and body treatment area. To fully enjoy this facility, parents can drop their kids in one of the two campsite's clubs. The "Boutchou" takes care of the 3 to 7 years old, while the "Junior" offers many sports and fun activities for 7 to 12 year old kids.

Athletes can enjoy the multi sport sport ground, zip lines, the archery stand, the mini-golf, the beach volleyball field or the human table football stadium for exercise. Mane Ghernehué also features a horse farm and a fishing pond!

Walks and discovery in South-Brittany

The Gulf of Morbihan, a true inland sea dotted with Islands and islets, is a popular holiday venue in the South of Brittany. Note that it enjoys an exceptional micro climate with more than 2050 sun hours per year, 300 hours more than in Brest, 180 kilometres further West! With little rainfall and mild temperatures throughout the year, the success of a holiday in the Gulf of Morbihan is guaranteed, especially as there are many tourist sights and activities in the region.

When you stay on camping Mane Ghernehué it only takes a few minutes to get to Port Blanc, the seaside resort of Baden. From here it is possible to take a boat to reach the Ile aux Moines, the largest island in the Gulf, whose legendary beauty can be discovered along its coastal paths.

The medieval town of Vannes is only 15 km from the campsite. Protected by its walls, the city centre of Vannes has an important historical heritage. From the campsite it is also possible to reach promptly the town of Carnac, which has the largest concentration of menhirs in the world. The Quiberon peninsula, Belle Ile en Mer and the Island of Houat are part of the other great sights near Mane Ghernehué.