Le Fort Espagnol, a 4-star campsite in the Gulf of Morbihan
Located just a stone's throw from the famous and magnificent Golfe du Morbihan bay (Gulf of Morbihan), halfway between Vannes and the Quiberon peninsula, the Fort Espagnol is a 4-star campsite with numerous attractions, including a large water park. It also offers a wide selection of holiday rental solutions, from the cheapest to the most out-of-the-ordinary!
A green setting in the south of Brittany
Le Fort Espagnol is one of the loveliest campsites in the Gulf of Morbihan. Nestling in the greenery of a forest of pines and cork oaks, the campsite stretches over a surface area of 6 hectares in Crac’h, a coastal town wedged between Auray, Carnac and Baden. It is therefore in an exceptional natural setting that you are invited to stay and make the most of the perfect location of this establishment, situated 500 metres from the town centre, and 5 kilometres from the beaches.
This campsite in the Morbihan department offers you various accommodation solutions. There are a total of 60 pitches, intended to accommodate campers and their tents, caravans, vans and campers. The majority of them have an electrical supply, and several sanitary blocks are spread over the site.
If you are seeking an additional degree of comfort, this establishment also offers you a wide choice of holiday rentals. These take the form of mobile homes, but also gypsy caravans and cabins on stilts for a more out-of-the-ordinary stay and a unique holiday experience in the Gulf of Morbihan.
A dream water park by the sea
To ensure your well-being and peace of mind, the Fort Espagnol campsite makes several simple and practical services available to you, starting with a grocery open right through the season. You find there all the essentials, as well as an outlet selling bread and sweet breads and buns, such as brioches, croissants and pains au chocolat. During summer, you can also find daily newspapers.
This Crac’h campsite also has a snack bar, a launderette with washing machines and tumble dryers, a bicycle hire service, and offers free and unlimited access to its Wi-Fi network, from the catering and refreshment area. A mini-club accommodates children aged 4 to 12 during summer, offering young holidaymakers craft activities, make-up sessions, treasure hunts, and the creation of a show, etc.
Amongst its recreational equipment and facilities, on-site there is a superb water park, partly in the open air, made up of a large heated pool of 300 m², a water slide, a multi-slide, a Jacuzzi, a paddling pool with a water mushroom, a waterfall and a counter-current water exercise river.
The indoor section of the water park has a heated pool of 120 m², a balneotherapy area with hydromassaging benches and a whirlpool, water games and a counter-current water exercise river. Also amongst the facilities of this 4-star campsite in the Morbihan is a basketball court, two children’s playgrounds, an area for playing boules, a beach soccer pitch, a games room, etc.
The Gulf of Morbihan, a leading tourist destination
By staying at the Le Fort Espagnol campsite in Crac’h, you will have the chance to go all over a leading tourist area in the south of Brittany, the Gulf of Morbihan. An inland sea, dotted with numerous islands and islets, offering landscapes that are unique and vary with the tides. Amongst the Gulf’s islands, the Île aux Moines and the Île d’Arz are the most significant. Maritime shuttle services allow access to them from Vannes and Larmor Plage.
The city of Vannes has developed in the far end of the Gulf of Morbihan. Located 25 kilometres from Le Fort Espagnol, it is home to one of the best conserved medieval towns in Brittany. Surrounded by dry moats and ramparts, the old town of Vannes abounds with treasures which you can discover by going all over its old cobblestone streets, shaded by half-timbered houses.
Near to the campsite, ten kilometres away, the town of Carnac is famous for its megalithic alignments, and its grouping of dolmens, menhirs and other tumuli (burial mounds), which tower up towards the sky, and that you can admire by detouring away from the hiking paths. Lastly, over nearly 14 kilometres, the Quiberon peninsula offers a wide variety of exceptional landscapes, with a spectacular wild coast on the west side, and lovely sandy beaches on the east side.