Le Conguel, a luxury campsite in Quiberon
It is at the extreme tip of the Quiberon peninsula, only 10 metres from the beach and the Atlantic Ocean, that the magnificent Le Conguel campsite is located. This 4-star establishment, a member of the Siblu group, will be perfect for a relaxing and sports-based holiday. You will relax in peace, within an idyllic setting, or make the most of the multitude of activities offered in the camping village, and the surrounding area, and return home with your bag full of lots of cheerful memories.
A waterfront campsite on the Quiberon peninsula
You will begin your day by discovering the splendid water complex of the campsite, consisting of a heated outdoor swimming pool, an indoor balneotherapy pool with a Jacuzzi, a paddling pool, water slides and a bumpy multi-slide. Not bad, eh? Not forgetting the sunbathing area, sunbeds, as well as the “Le Conguel” bar, and its shaded terrace overlooking the swimming pool.
In the afternoon, why not allow yourself a game of pétanque or beach volleyball? Unless you prefer billiards or table football? Your children will already be with their new friends, who they have met at the Pirate Club for those aged 5 to 9, or the Barracudas Club for youngsters and teenagers aged 10 to 14. Even the very young will have fun under the supervision of qualified activity leaders, who are full of energy at the Bubbles Playroom, set aside for those aged 1 to 4.
Come the evening, you can have dinner in the restaurant on the campsite, or enjoy delicious grills, cooked by you in the barbecue area. Or you might even make the most of the fully equipped kitchen in your comfortable mobile home, and have dinner as a family, or with friends, on your private terrace. You can choose the accommodation which best suits you in the “Esprit”, “Elégance” or “Excellence” range. Please note that some pitches have a panoramic view over the open sea.
Brittany - it will win you over with Le Conguel!
Now you’ve got your bearings on this high-end campsite in Quiberon, what would you say to renting bikes, and going off to explore the delightful town of Quiberon. You will be able to go on the coastal trail, which runs alongside the wild coast, admire the Turpault castle, dive into the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, and get some sun on the sand.
Gourmets should not delay in having lots of sea food flavours in the fish canning factories, or the salted butter caramel sweets. Salidous (butterscotch) and Niniches (lollipops), and allow yourself to be tempted by the must-have Breton gateau: the Kouign-Amann (sweet bread).
For lovers of thrills and spills, there is a whole host of nautical activity on offer to you: go along the coast, in a stand-up paddle board or a canoe, have surf lessons, introductory scuba diving sessions, learn to handle a sand yacht, and even fish with an exceptional fishing guide. Before returning to you nest, try to find the 3 megaliths of the peninsula, but don’t hang around too long, as the evening entertainment on Le Conguel awaits you: shows, dance evenings and karaoke.
Explore the treasures of the Morbihan
The Quiberon bay and the Morbihan abound in breathtaking landscapes. Get lots of happy memories travelling over the region. You will be able to choose to treat yourself to thalassotherapy treatments, having explored the megalithic sites and Carnac’s Museum of Prehistory, or gain a little extra height by climbing to the top of the trees during a treetop adventure course.
Unless you prefer the gentle sensations of a horse ride on the wild coast, or the Landes region. Also make the most of your stay in Brittany, to cast off and go off to explore the 3 gems of the region: the enchanting islands of Houat, Hoëdic and Belle Île en Mer. Detachment and change of scenery guaranteed!
Spend a day in “slow life” mode, one hour by boat from the Quiberon harbour station. Admire either on foot or by bike, the wild coast, the vast sandy beaches, the blue thistles and the small white houses, topped with roofs in blue-grey slate, adorning these little pearls of nature, and the slow pace of life. Enjoy a crêpe or a buckwheat pancake, accompanied by a bowl of cider before boarding the boat, and returning to the campsite…