The Siblu campsite Domaine de Kerlann (http://www.siblu.com/camping-domaine-de-kerlann/) is a popular choice with British families looking for fun, relaxation and a destination within short driving distance of main ferry ports. Set in the heart of beautiful Brittany, it is a great place to discover the region’s natural beauty and dramatic coastlines.
Domaine de Kerlann boasts fully lifeguarded indoor and outdoor heated pools, slides and a large splashzone, offering great fun and frolicks for kids and adults alike. The spa bath and small health spa are also a go-to for holidaymakers!
During the holiday season there’s lots to amuse everyone. Great features here are the kids’ clubs for all ages, sports activities and family shows scheduled in the evenings.
After a busy day, you’ll appreciate retreating to your modern mobile home and chilling outside on your wooden terrace.
In the area, why not discover the beautiful rugged beaches just a few miles away. The pretty city of Pont Aven is on your doorstep too. You’ll find out why this leafy, flowery region attracts tourists from all over.
We’ve got some great discounts (http://www.siblu.com/campsite-holidays/offers) available throughout the year for an affordable holiday at Domaine de Kerlann. Exclusively at this campsite, you can also get free bikes for the family and save 5% off your Brittany Ferries crossing (http://www.siblu.com/campsite-holidays/offers/brittany-ferries-offer) on top of our current market offers.
There are sailings by ferry with Brittany Ferries and other operators to some of the following ports. Here are the distances from Domaine de Kerlann:
From Paris, take the TGV to Quimper station, which is 20 miles away.
The pretty blue green waters just a few miles away from Domaine de Kerlann will take your breath away. Rospico is an intimate beach bordered by trees and rugged cliffs, a green haven for relaxation. Port Manec’h is also a great sandy spot for the family as it is lifeguarded.
This leafy, flowery town will charm you with its natural beauty. There are pretty rivers and boats, and all in all a picturesque place, which is no surprise why it has inspired painters such as Gaugin. A fantastic place to go to with the kids if you’re looking for a relaxing day trip with a view.
Quimper is a charming town with a maritime reputation, and so when you come here you’ll understand why with the pretty rivers and footbridges dotted here. Shop around the little boutiques or take a stroll in the stunning gardens of Le Jardin du Prieuré de Locmaria. A pretty town with lots of rustic character.
Concarneau is a medieval walled city in the middle of a harbour, so offers a pretty scene for postcard photos. Discover this historic place from the Ville Close and you’ll see what we mean, it’s a cute little town ideal for short strolls around with the family.
Come to the Glénan Archipelago and discover one of Brittany’s finest landscapes. This is a secret getaway little known by foreign tourists, which boasts fantastic green and turquoise waters – a great beach to really relax and get away. To get here, take one of the ferries during summer from Concarneau.