Camping Holidays in Brittany

History of Brittany

The Carnac Stones

Close to both Carnac and La Trinité-Sur-Mer, this unmissable site comprises more than 3000 Menhirs (standing stones – count them if you don’t believe us) erected by the pre-Celtic people of Brittany, some dating from 4,500 BC.

Mont St Michel

Just across the border with Normandy, this magnificent Benedictine Abbey dates back to the eighth century and offers a blend of Gothic and Romanesque architecture in a simply stunning location atop a rocky outcrop in the sands.

St Nazaire

Best-known for its wartime history, St Nazaire is still home to France’s ship and plane-building industries. Plane buffs will be in heaven, and those with an interest in WWll will remember the famous raid, Operation Chariot.