Camping Conguel, Quiberon
Camping Conguel is a 4* campsite which has a fantastic position right on the tip of the Quiberon peninsula, just metres from the beach in gorgeous open surroundings. When the tide goes out you can hand pick delicious oysters from the rocks.
Having stayed at the Conguel campsite I (Editor) can thoroughly recommend it.
The main feature of the campsite is the fantastic indoor and outdoor pool complex – perfect for enjoying a relaxing dip whatever the weather. The site also organises animation activities during the day for children and teenagers.
Together the whole family can enjoy volleyball and the traditional French game of boules. Close to the site there are other activities to enjoy. The area is great for exploring by horse back and there are stables just 500m from the site. For adventurers there is a sailing club and tree-top trail nearby.
In the evening, the campsite has a few eating options with a restaurant, bar and takeaway. While there’s no evening entertainment onsite, the surrounding towns and harbours will no doubt offer something for the evenings.
If you like to get out and explore then this campsite is for you.
The Quiberon peninsula juts out into the sea for 9 miles and has a rugged coastline full of rocky coves and sandy beaches. The beaches on the island are very varied. While the beach that the campsite is on is sandy and great for swimming, some of the waters around the island are too rough to swim in but are great for horse-riding or surfing. A short boat ride away from Quiberon is Belle-île-en-Mer , this is the second largest French island in the Atlantic and is truly stunning. Take the 20 minute passenger ferry and explore by bike, scooter or buggy.
In Quiberon there is a long white sandy beach that is perfect for swimming or sunbathing. The beach promenade is full of café’s, boutiques and waffle and ice-cream stands.
St-Pierre-Quiberon, a 15 minute drive away from the campsite is the main village of the island.It’s a fascinating place to explore with lots of fish restaurants, art galleries and traditional shops. Driving back onto the mainland, the area around Carnac is home to around 2000 menhirs (standing stones).
Whilst you are in the area a visit to the nearby town of Port Haliguen is a must if only to see the wonderful array of houses which are all different! This must be one of the most beautiful towns in France.
Last update: 27.02.2018
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