With a superb view on the Gulf of Morbihan, a few miles from Vannes and Auray, Arradon is an ideal place to stay for vacations with family and friends.

Here you can enjoy the pleasant seaside, 14 kilometers of coastline lined with pines and hundred-year-old oaks, a beautiful beach but also pretty little coves with an intimate character.

By the numerous coastal paths, walking circuits, discover magnificent panoramas. Follow the paths that will lead you from Paluden to Pomper, admire old fishermen’s houses, tide mills and an exceptional view of Ile aux Moines and Irus Island.

At Pen-er-Men (stone head in Breton), you will discover the old customs barracks as well as the small port and its turrets.

The tip of Arradon is the rendezvous of sea lovers: windsurfing, catamaran, optimist… Beginners or experienced players will find here an ideal playground! The most adventurous will rent a boat to discover the Gulf of Morbihan and its islands of wild beauty.

Built in amphitheater at the bottom of the Gulf of Morbihan, Vannes was founded by the Romans after their victory over the Venetians in 56 BC.

In the Middle Ages, Vannes became one of the main fortified cities of Brittany, residence of the Dukes of Brittany. The old medieval city has preserved its architectural richness with its beautiful 13th century ramparts, its picturesque old quarters and their colorful half-timbered houses, its Saint-Pierre Cathedral built from the 13th to the 18th century, its wash houses along the ramparts…

The gardens that run along the 600 meters of fortifications have made the reputation of Vannes. As you climb to the plateau de la Garenne, you will appreciate the view of the beautiful medieval city.

The marina comes almost to the city… the promenade de la Rabine follows the tree-lined paths along the pontoons. The most courageous will walk to the peninsula of Conleau and will be rewarded with a superb view on the Gulf of Morbihan.

Every year, in July, the Historical Festivals take place. They bring to life the great moments of the city’s history with the help of hundreds of extras. Animations, parades, fireworks, tableaux vivants are on the program of this event not to be missed during your stay at Camping de Penboch.

Famous in the history of Brittany for having been the scene of the last battle for the succession to the throne of Brittany in 1364, Auray offers a rich historical heritage.

Many historical events can be discovered through the various monuments that populate its streets and alleys.

Auray is a small picturesque town on the banks of the river Loc’h, nestled in a ria in the Gulf of Morbihan. It has preserved the charm of the medieval cities of Brittany, with its cobbled streets, its half-timbered and timber-framed houses, its beautiful mansions with dressed stone…

From the town hall, follow the rue du Château, one of the most beautiful streets in the city where artists’ stores and art galleries flourish. It will lead you to the imposing stone bridge that crosses the river. Opposite, the picturesque district of Saint-Goustan with its Saint-Sauveur square with its curved cobblestones where it is good to stroll on the beautiful terraces, in the restaurants and cafés.

The must of your stay at the Penboch campsite in Arradon: a visit to the big market of Auray, every Monday morning, where alreans and tourists are invited.