A dream stay on a 4-star campsite in Carnac
North of Carnac, in the heart of a hinterland dotted with menhirs and other megalithic alignments, lies the 4-star campsite Côté Ô Carnac. A member of the Côté Ô group, this exceptional establishment is a dream holiday resort between the Gulf of Morbihan and the Quiberon peninsula…
Côté Ô Carnac, a luxury campsite in the Gulf of Morbihan…
Located 2.6 kilometres from the town centre of Carnac and 7 kilometres from Carnac Plage, Côté Ô Carnac is a 4-star campsite having a multitude of top-of-the-range facilities and equipment, which enables it to welcome its residents in the best possible way.
They can install their tent, their caravan or their camper on pitches provided for this purpose and with surfaces ranging from 80 to 100 m². Laid out in the wooded and in bloom setting of this exceptional campsite these pitches are, for the most part, well shaded.
The rentals of the Côté Ô Carnac campsite are also perfectly integrated into the natural surroundings of the campsite, a large part of which is surrounded by fields and forests. These rentals, composed of chalets and mobile homes, are perfectly suited to welcome a couple, a family or a group of friends.
These mostly modern rentals are well equipped, and the mobile homes of the Privilège range, the most high-end of this establishment, even feature a dishwasher, a flat-screen TV, unlimited Wi-Fi access and an electric plancha.
…And the Quiberon peninsula
Between the Gulf of Morbihan and the Quiberon pensinsula, this 4-star campsite in Carnac provides many leisure facilities, for its residents starting with a superb water park. The latter consists of an indoor, heated pool and an impressive outdoor lagoon, also heated, just like the Jacuzzis around it. With its water slides, its sauna and its balneo area, it is the perfect place to have fun and enjoy the benefits of water. In 2017, this was expanded and now has a swimming pool of 180 m² and a new paddling pool with children’s water play areas.
Like the sauna and the balneo area of the water park, a further facility is intended for guest well-being and relaxation: the Côté Ô Carnac massage area. There is also an on-site hairdressing salon.
Amongst the other facilities of the campsite, we note the multisports ground, the tennis court, the fitness and bodybuilding room, the petanque court, table tennis tables, the minigolf, a playground and a games room for children and teenagers, and a giant screen to follow the biggest sports events, even when you're on holiday!
A Smarties club for those aged 4 to 7, as well as a Juniors club for those aged 8 to 11, are also open during the April holiday period, and in the July and August summer holiday period. They entertain the children and provide at the same time some free time for the parents. Finally, in the evening, everybody ends up in a friendly atmosphere to share magical moments with musical shows and theme nights...
Welcome to the Land of the Menhirs (standing stones)
World famous, the reputation of the small town of Carnac derives from the many megalithic alignments dotted over it, making it the international capital of the Menhir. In total, nearly 3,000 menhirs of all sizes are concentrated on this Breton community, also popular by tourists because of its charming seaside.
By staying on the Côté Ô Carnac campsite, holidaymakers get the opportunity to discover all the attractions of this town, starting with the site of Kermario, the best-known and most frequented of all the megalithic sites in the vicinity. As for the beach resort, it is located South of the historic centre of Carnac. Carnac Plage, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, offers a beautiful rugged coastline, but also long sandy beaches, sailing schools, a casino and many restaurants.
From Carnac, it only takes a few minutes by road to reach the Quiberon peninsula and the Gulf of Morbihan, two of the most iconic natural areas in the south of Brittany. With regard to the cities of Lorient, Port Louis, Hennebont, Auray and Vannes, they are a concentrate of history and heritage. Medieval towns, castles, military fortresses and museums are awaiting the old stone lovers and those who wish to learn more about the history, culture and customs of the Morbihan...