Welcome to Amélie & Nicolas Bigot
Enjoy a friendly atmosphere and a stunning setting in southern Brittany.
The campsite sits on the wild, southern coast of Brittany, close to Ploemer, with a wonderful view of the Île de Groix. Here you can swim to your heart’s content in the heated covered pool on site or from the sandy beach in the little cove just 400m away. From Guidel-Plage to Larmor-Plage, the Pays de Lorient offers a wide range of things to see and do, including water sports, fishing, cycling, golf and horse riding. And whatever you do, don’t leave the area without taking in the magnificent beach and invigorating sea air of Les Grands Sables in nearby Groix. Enjoy a camping holiday in Ploemeur and take home some holiday memories you’ll never forget.
Covered heated pool from April
Sandy beach (400m)
Numerous activities close to the campsite
Beach (0.4 km)
Heated covered pool
Activities for teenagers
Wifi (€) across the campsite
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Visit the Cité de la Voile Éric Tabarly at Lorient’s former submarine base where you can learn about the history and more recent developments of the Navy at the museum and admire the racing yachts.
Take a stroll around the reconstructed village of Poul-Fétan and see for yourself how Breton peasants lived in the 19C.
Visit Fort Bloqué and its 18C fortifications in Ploemeur. Accessible on foot at low tide, it lies just 5km from the campsite. Don’t miss the fort’s little biscuit factory, where you can watch Brittany’s famous kouign amann biscuits being made – and taste them!
Ride out along the cycle path to the Étang du Loc’h, make a detour to the “Vergers de Kermabo” cider-house and stop for lunch at “La Moule qui Saoule” in Guidel Plage.
Head out for Lorient and make the 30 min. boat trip to the Île de Groix, which you can see from the campsite. This lovely, unspoilt island has only a handful of year-round inhabitants. A great day out for all the family in the bracing Breton sea air.