Your stay in South Brittany, Morbihan at Camping de Ker-Lay in Penestin

Outdoor swimming pool and games room for the older ones, paddling pool and play areas for the little ones.

Nearby, many beaches await you: coves or long sandy beaches... depending on your cravings! You can also take advantage of the Poudrantais sailing school and the bay of Pont Mahé, a favorite spot for surfers and kitesurfers.

Fans of fishing on foot will not be left out : at Winkles, mussels and other shellfish will be waiting for you !

You can also discover the markets of the region: Pénestin, La Roche Bernard, Herbignac, Guérande, La Turballe, Pornichet...

Nearby beaches

Come and discover the many beaches near the Ker-lay campsite !

The "Loscolo" beach is located 500 m from the campsite and can be reached quickly on foot, in 5 minutes !

For athletes, the Poudrantais sailing school (Le Maresclé) awaits you for the practice of windsurfing, sailing or sea kayaking.

And if you're into windsurfing, kitesurfing or any board sport, the Pont Mahé bay is waiting for you (Assérac - 44) . The famous spot is only 15 minutes by road from Penestin. The ideal place for all nautical activities.

(If you have a dog, these are tolerated on the beaches before 9:00 am. If you want to bring your companion to spend your holidays at the campsite, he will be accepted if he is "without trouble", for obvious reasons)

Depending on your desires, many beaches also await you nearby :

  • Goulumer beach

Small creek whose access will only allow the most daring to spend a most pleasant moment, for a swim, in peace...


  • Loscolo Beach :

Loscolo beach stretches for 25 kilometres, allowing long walks along the water's edge and sand games.


  • Source beach :

Some may be familiar with the famous Mine d'Or beach in Pénestin! The source range is just the beginning; the cliff is almost 2km long... It is therefore very popular with swimmers (SNSM station in summer) but is also a delight for paragliders: the only paragliding take-off site in Morbihan! Walkers admire it from the coastal site which dominates it.


  • Mine d'Or beach :

The Plage de la Mine d'Or is a high cliff with ocher shades dominating the sea... The long beach, two kilometers long, will seduce you. If its colors are reminiscent of precious metal, it is not by chance: the cliff was exploited as a gold mine in the 19th century, hence its name! At the time, it aroused the wildest hopes but was closed during the First World War for lack of sufficient output. Go for a walk there at the end of the day. At sunset, the orange cliff takes on all its reflections. A very nice show.


  • Maresclé beach :

Very pretty beach on our Atlantic side. It offers a few anchorage points for boaters. Ideal for idleness, swimming...


  • Palandrin beach :

Palandrin beach, close to the bay of Pont Mahé, a famous spot for windsurfing and more recently kite surfing. This beautiful, wide beach of fine sand is also, at high tide, a swimming paradise for families with children (at low tide it goes quite far); the sand is warm and swimming is safer (a very flat bottom over a long distance).