Le Ty Nadan, a 5 star campsite in southern Brittany
By the Ellé, a legendary river in Brittany, about ten kilometres from Quimperlé and less than around 30 kilometres from Lorient, the Le Ty Nadan campsite is located. This establishment rated 5 star and a member of the Tohapi group, is a perfect holiday resort for those wanting to escape to the middle of nowhere for a holiday, whilst staying just a stone’s throw from the seaside.
A luxury campsite in the heart of the Breton countryside
Between Morbihan and Finistère, in the heart of the Roches du Diable valley gorge (Devil’s Rocks), a land where numerous Celtic legends are brought to life, nestles a campsite that is amongst the loveliest in southern Brittany. Le Ty Nadan, yes that’s its name, occupies a 40-hectare peaceful campsite, running along a river well-stocked with fish, and which lends itself perfectly to white-water sports activities. Its rapids are amongst the most renowned in the region.
The forest and the meadows around it form idyllic surroundings, to recharge your batteries, relax and feel good. Delightfully landscaped, wooded and in bloom, it offers tourists the opportunity to pitch a tent or set up a caravan or camper on spacious shaded pitches. These stretch out over a surface area ranging from 100 to 160 m².
Nowadays, other plots are occupied by an impressive range of holiday rentals. This consists of mobile homes, chalets, furnished tents, out-of-the-ordinary accommodation and even apartments and a gîte!
Amongst the out-of-the-ordinary accommodation on the Le Ty Nadan campsite, note the lovely floating cabin, put in on the river and linked to terra firma by means of a footbridge. In addition, the rental of this Kevelle cabin, includes a canoe moored to the terrace to be able to sail on the Ellé and a fishing kit, with everything you need to catch fish. There is also a kit for the discovery of flora and fauna specific to the water course.
By the river
The campsite location by the river offers holidaymakers numerous attractions. If they wish, they can go down the river by canoe, as far as the town of Quimperlé, 11 kilometres from here. The route takes around 3 hours 30 minutes and a mini bus brings everyone back, when the descent is completed.
Besides the services offered by the Le Ty Nadan water sports centre, campers can take advantage of a shuttle bus to reach the Le Pouldu beaches, located 25 kilometres to the south of the town of Clohars Carnoët.
On the campsite, holidaymakers can make the most of a bar, restaurant, pizzeria and takeaway service. There is also a billiards room and a soundproofed discotheque away from the pitches.
Just a stone's throw from the seaside
Le Ty Nadan also has an impressive water park. This consists of a superb indoor area and an outdoor section. The indoor area has a swimming pool, where the water is heated to 28°C and the ambient temperature to 27°C, a lively paddling pool with a waterfall and a water slide (length 60 metres). There are also hydrotherapy facilities, such as a spa, Jacuzzi and benches with hydromassage jets!
The open section has a large swimming pool, paddling pool for the very young and landing pool for the water slide and 4-lane multi-slide. Around these facilities, a vast sunbathing area enables swimmers to sunbathe.
In addition to this water park, on Le Ty Nadan there are numerous other leisure and/or sports facilities. These include football pitches, volleyball, basketball, pétanque, tennis and badminton courts, ping-pong tables and others. An adventure park has also been laid out on the campsite. There are several treetop adventure courses here, as well as the longest zip line in Brittany!
Finally, note that this establishment in southern Finistère has a relaxation area, in which holidaymakers can relax and have a massage...