Camping de la Pointe du Talud: The Breton Islands to visit
Camping de la Pointe du Talud is located just opposite the Isle of Groix but it is not the only island in the area. Brittany is full of many other jewels to discover urgently during your stay in South Brittany.
The 5 Breton Islands near the Camping de la Pointe du Talud
The Island of GROIX
Groix Island is the closest, it is only 6 km as the crow flies. The Island of Groix has one of the few convex beaches in Europe: the Plage des Grands Sables. This island has remained authentic, you can discover fishermen's houses, its wild coasts... All along the paths, megaliths, fountains and washhouses will punctuate your discoveries. Departures from Lorient and Lomener are possible to access Groix.
Beautiful Island at Sea
Belle Ile en Mer is the largest island in Brittany, it is possible to come by boat from Quiberon, located only 1 hour from the campsite. It has a multitude of facets thanks to a rich and protected natural environment. Many wonders await you such as Aiguilles de Port Coton and Pointe des Poulains.
The Islands of Houat and Hoëdic
Nicknamed the sister islands of Morbihan, they are easily accessible from Quiberon. The island of Houat is only 5 km long, it is a gift for lovers of preserved nature. Hoëdic has nothing to envy to its little sister, for history lovers you can discover the Dolmen de la Croix, classified at the historical monument and the Menhir of the Virgin.
The Glenans Archipelago
The Glénans Archipelago is accessible from Concarneau (less than an hour from the campsite). The Seven Islands of this Archipelago take you directly to the Caribbean without leaving Brittany: White Sand and Turquoise Sea are waiting for you.
Discover all the places of Toursime in South Brittany, by staying at Camping de la Pointe du Talud.