Domaine de Kervallon, a luxury campsite in Brocéliande
On the Domaine de Kervallon campsite, in Caro in the heart of the best spots in the Morbihan department in southern Brittany, the Destination Brocéliande region abounds in new discoveries. Enjoy the advantages of a countryside campsite and the comfort of a modern establishment, rated 4 star with great facilities. Near Ploërmel where the largest lake in Brittany (Lac au Duc) awaits you, come and make the most of the gentle way of life in the heart of lush and generous countryside, during a stay as a family or with friends.
A nature and glamping stay in Caro in the Morbihan department
The Domaine de Kervallon campsite offers you various accommodation solutions during your stay in the Morbihan department. Pitches ranging from 100 to 200 m², lush, shaded and designated by natural hedges for campers and camper van enthusiasts. Others can choose from a lodge cabin, Trappeur’s gîte (Fur Trader’s gîte), hiker’s cabin, safari tent, Tiny House, etc.
You can also stay in the “Terrasses de Kervallon”, in our small perched village, 4 metres’ high, in a timber cabin on stilts with all modern conveniences, a terrace and panoramic view over the campsite and forest. Unless you were to achieve your dream of sleeping in a genuine gypsy caravan, entirely made of timber, romantic and warm, able to accommodate from 2 to 4 persons.
Once settled in, you can have a walk round the water park. You’ll discover a large indoor and heated pool, small island with water play area,, paddling pool, water fountains and mini toboggan for youngsters, and a water slide with tight turns and 2-lane multi-slide for older ones. Adults can make the most of the sunbathing area after a few lengths and relaxing in the wellness area of this high-end campsite in southern Brittany.
A campsite with a human dimension where a convivial, family atmosphere reigns supreme
When parents relax during a massage interlude, youngsters can have fun in the children’s club. Three times a week, the activity team organizes sports tournaments and creative workshops. However, there are also beginners’ archery sessions, themed orienteering races, guided mountain biking trips and nature activities such as building bird boxes and insect hotels.
This establishment also has a play area, trampoline, games room and mini farm. It is possible to take part in yoga sessions and go angling in the campsite lake, do Nordic walking and play against others during pétanque tournaments. Come the evening, theme nights take place here: magic shows, concerts, discos…
Once again on-site, a grocery with service offering a bakery and sweetbreads and buns welcomes holidaymakers. There are in particular essentials, and organic and locally grown produce. A café and snack bar are also available, if you don’t want to cook. Here we serve pizzas, salads, cold cooked meats and cheese boards and home-made burgers, all to enjoy on-site or take away. The Domaine de Kervallon is equipped with fibre broadband and Wi-Fi is free over the entire site. With its four reception rooms, it equally accommodates groups for private events and business or association seminars.
An unforgettable stop in the Pays de Brocéliande region, in the footsteps of Merlin the Magician
This campsite located in the vicinity of Ploërmel, Malestroit and La Gacilly also has a bicycle hire service. Make the most it to ride amongst the oak trees, chestnut trees and ferns of the amazing Brocéliande Forest, which houses amongst other treasures, the tomb of Merlin the Magician, Comper castle which accommodates the Centre de l’Imaginaire Arthurien (Arthurian Centre) and unusual “Golden Tree”.
In the immediate vicinity of the Domaine De Kervallon campsite, discover the Menhirs of Monteneuf standing stones, a preserved archaeological site where you can make the most of a multitude of prehistoric activities (moving a menhir, making a fire…).
Going out of the Domaine de Kervallon campsite, it only takes 30 minutes to reach Vannes and the famous Gulf of Morbihan bay. This inland sea is home to numerous wonders, including the Ile aux Moines island, Suscinio castle in Sarzeau or even the Port du Crouesty port in Arzon. The Gulf of Morbihan is also a Mecca for water sports: sailing, sand yachting, sea kayaking, etc.
Having explored the wild coast, sandy beaches and waves of the Atlantic Ocean, go back in time by visiting the amazing megalithic menhirs in Carnac! Also take a family photo at the foot of the ramparts in Vannes and lose yourself in the cobbled streets amidst authentic half-timbered houses...