Welcome to Juliane Goubard
South Brittany is right here at Vannes
In Vannes, with its characteristic colourfully painted wooden houses, you can shop for fresh fish at the market, take a leisurely stroll around the port, relax on the beach or, like the captains of old, take a boat and explore the tranquil Île aux Moines and Île d’Arz. On the Conleau Peninsula, experience the emerald magic of the Gulf of Morbihan at close quarters.
The campsite’s lovely setting on the Conleau peninsula, just a stone’s throw from the centre of Vannes.
The panoramic views of the Gulf of Morbihan from the campsite.
Beach (0,3 km)
Heated covered pool
Free WiFi across the campsite
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Restaurant and Snack bar
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Mister Flower Club
The Gulf of Morbihan, a veritable inland sea, and a boat trip to one of its many beautiful islands: Île aux Moines, Île d’Arz, Belle-Île, Houat or Hoëdic.
The fascinating spectacle offered by the Île de Berder. Accessible by foot at low tide, it gradually becomes an island as the sea rises (14 km).
The Gulf of Morbihan, a veritable inland sea with a landscape which changes in time with the tides and seasons. The many islands which you can explore by boat from the ferry port in Vannes. They include the Île aux Moines, the Île d’Arz, Belle-Ile, the Île d’Houat and the Île d’Hoëdic.
Cycle to Port-Anna (home to Brittany’s famous “sinagot” sailing boats) and along the coast of the Gulf of Morbihan through Séné where you can stop and savour the delicious seafood, visit the nature reserve or go down to the beach.
To the west: Drive along the “côte sauvage” of the Quiberon Penisula, stopping to watch the sailing boats and the oyster farmers working in the waters of La Trinité-sur-Mer before visiting the magnificent megaliths of Carnac. To finish off, why not try some oysters in the old part of Saint-Goustan (Auray). To the south: Visit the Rhuys Peninsula and Port-Navalo before returning via the Vilaine Estuary and La Roche-Bernard.
Zoo de Branféré & Vannes Aquarium | If you’re looking to get back to nature Le Conleau in Vannes, close to the Zoo de Branféré and the Aquarium, makes the ideal destination for a relaxing seaside holiday. With its collection of rare animals, the zoo takes you on a voyage of discovery while never leaving France. The Aquarium and the neighbouring Butterfly Gardens are just 10 minutes from the campsite and offer a fascinating glimpse into the lives of marine animals and butterflies. And don’t forget the wonderful views of the Gulf of Morbihan and the chance to explore the typical Breton town of Vannes.
Located close to the Gulf of Morbilhan near a lake and the sea, Le Conleau offers a range of water sports activities for all the family. Here you can hire a set of kayaks and set out for adventure on the water or stay and enjoy the campsite’s swimming pool, whichever takes your fancy. Further afield, you can visit the two nearby islands, the Ile des Moines and the Ile d’Arz, or spend an afternoon exploring the old town at Vannes.