Welcome to Pierre Bretigniere
Just one stay Au Bois d’Amour is all it takes to fall in love with Brittany. Relax in the wonderful heated covered pool or on the stunning Plage du Goviro just a short walk from the site. Enjoy the gentle climate and fresh sea air. Take a boat trip to Belle-Île, Groix or Houat or experience the benefits of a little thalassotherapy . Enjoy the hustle and bustle of Port Maria and sample some of our delicious seafood, crêpes and galettes. And don’t forget the mysterious ancient stones at Carnac.
Beautiful Goviro Beach just 150 m from the site.
The town of Quiberon (1.5 km).
The thalassotherapy centre opposite the campsite.
Beach (0,150 km)
Heated covered pool
Activities for teenagers
Free 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)
Restaurant and Snack bar
Fresh bread delivered daily
Beach volleyball court
Mister Flower Club
Belle-Ile-en-Mer is the largest of Brittany’s many islands (85 km²) and boasts a rich flora and fauna. Also, don’t miss Port Haliguen, the Château de Turpault, a walk around the Gulf of Morbihan, Fort Penthièvre and Eric Tabarly’s Cité de la Voile in Lorient.
The Penthièvre isthmus. The isthmus at Penthièvre, the only point of entry to the Quiberon Peninsula, is a thin strip of land which joins Quiberon to the rest of France. It’s a great place to walk with the calm and peaceful waters of Quiberon Bay on one side and the endless expanse of the Atlantic on the other. 14 km from the campsite. The standing stones at Carnac. Carnac is a remarkable complex of dolmens, menhirs and covered passageways constructed in the Megalithic period. Come and explore this strange and enchanting world of myth and mystery and the legend of Saint Cornely of Carnac. 18 km from the campsite.
La Pointe de Conguel - At the south-eastern tip of the peninsula, this headland makes a great destination for walkers with its ancient seaweed drying ovens and great viewpoint indicator. Port Haliguen – Located towards the south-eastern end of the peninsula on the Quiberon Bay side, Port Haliguen’s old fishing port and new marinas overlook one of the most beautiful stretches of navigable water in Europe.
From the campsite take a drive out to the Locmaria viewpoint. Built on the site of a former semaphore signalling point, the Locmaria Tower offers stunning views of Quiberon Bay, the Penthièvre isthmus and the whole of the Côte Sauvage.
Come and stay at Le Bois d’Amour and discover the long beaches of Brittany on the shores of the Atlantic ocean. In partnership with Nautic Expérience and Quiberon Plongée the campsite offers a range of water sports activities including kayaking, surfing and diving – the ideal way to keep you and your family busy throughout your holiday. Food lovers will delight in the region’s culinary specialities, which include crêpes, “gaufres” (waffles) and oysters. What better way to discover Brittany than through its famed cuisine?