Welcome to Patricia & Jean-Michel Barreteau
Come and makes yourselves at home!
In a pleasant wooded setting with plenty of mature trees, well tended gardens and a swimming pool, this campsite guarantees a friendly relaxed atmosphere with evening entertainment. Not far from the city of Nantes, it is an ideal location for lovers of the great outdoors… Go for a swim in the sea or just enjoy the wonderful beaches, explore the local salt marshes, visit an oyster farm, take a trip to the port of Saint-Nazaire or a boat to the islands of Yeu or Noirmoutier.
The campsite’s own mini zoo, popular with old and young alike.
The friendly evening get-togethers in the summer
Beach (1,3 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
Mister Flower Club
The beaches, ports and markets of Bernerie-en-Retz (4 km) and Pornic (14 km).
The Île de Noirmoutier with its characteristic beaches and ports is accessible by bridge or tidal causeway (22 km).
The “Grand Parc du Puy du Fou“ (90 km), St-Nazaire port (30 km), "Planète sauvage" Park (5 km).
The “Sentier des douaniers“ (Customs officers' trail), walk between sea and land 2 km from the campsite.
Noirmoutier Island as you go through the Gois passage, a submersible road, accessible only at low tide.
Enjoy a warm welcome at Les Brillas, a campsite at Pornic in Brittany just a few yards from the beach. The roads here are ideal for motorcycle touring and the site managers a mine of information and advice. A road trip is a great way to explore Nantes, the wide open spaces of Loire-Atlantique and the sights of the Pays de Retz. And after a long and exhilarating ride, what better than a refreshing dip in the Atlantic Ocean?
If you’re a fan of sea angling or beach gleaning, Les Brillas is the ideal campsite for you. The nearby beach is perfect for a spot of gleaning as are several sites along the Pornic foreshore, the part of the coastline located between the high and low tide marks which provides shelter for a multitude of small creatures. A fun and educational way to discover the natural world for children and parents alike.