Visit the peninsula of Guérande
Choosing our campsite in Saint-Molf is the opportunity to enjoy a pleasant stay under the sign of conviviality whether you come with your family, as a couple or with friends. Once you have settled into your comfortable mobile home or one of our pitches dedicated to tents, campers and caravans, take the time to explore the region during your stay at the Guérande peninsula campsite.
Explore the Guérande peninsula and its unmissable places
Located halfway between Vannes and Nantes, the Guérande peninsula is characterized by its seaside towns as well as its salt marshes bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Brière Park to the east. Nature lovers will be delighted. However, this region of Loire-Atlantique can also be discovered through its cultural heritage as shown by Guérande, classified as a “City of Art and History”. Take advantage of the numerous places of visit, its towns and villages which will allow you a multitude of activities as in Piriac-sur-Mer, Asserac, La Turballe, La Brière, Mesquer, Quimiac, La Baule, Saint Nazaire, etc.
Discover the surroundings of the campsite in Saint Molf on the peninsula
To make the most of your camping stay on the Guérande peninsula, don’t miss the tourist places to visit near your pitch or your rental. La Baule, the park of Brière, Piriac-sur-Mer or Saint-Nazaire, there are many places that are just waiting to be discovered. Looking for a sporting vacation? Discover all the hikes to do near your campsite in St Molf.
Located in Brittany Loire Ocean, the peninsula of Guérande is known for its salt culture. A camping vacation in Saint Molf, near Piriac sur Mer and Guérande, offers you the opportunity to visit its salt marshes and to discover the secrets of the salt marshes and the salt workers.
Salt marshes & salt worker’s village
On more than 2000 ha of land, the salt marshes of Guérande are labeled “remarkable site of taste”. During your stay in Saint Molf, take the opportunity to discover the environment and the different steps to follow to obtain the famous Guerande salt.
On the spot, the possibilities of visit will not miss. You will find structures dedicated to the manufacture of salt as the house of salt workers, the salt land, the Salorge de Rostu, Arcensel or the Mulon de Pen Bron. To immerse yourself in the atmosphere and the typical landscapes of the region, take a walk between the traditional houses of the salt workers, houses made of frames and slate roofs.
Visit Guérande, city of art and history, in the heart of the peninsula
Classified as a “city of art and history” since 2004, the Celtic city of Guérande offers you a great opportunity to do some sightseeing without leaving your campsite in St Molf, the island of Kernodet.
Stroll through the streets of the medieval city and discover its most beautiful historical monuments: its ramparts, the collegiate church of St-Aubin, the St-Michelle gate, the Notre-Dame-la-Blanche chapel…
As night approaches, take advantage of your stay on the Guérande peninsula to attend the illuminations that highlight the highlights of the Celtic city. This unmissable event called “Guérande by Light” has become a festive symbol of the area. The lights are illuminated in orange-yellow during the music festival, in blue with its snowflakes at Christmas and in blue/white/red during the national holiday.
To reach Piriac sur Mer in the North West
A few kilometers from our campground in Saint-Molf, you can reach Piriac-sur-Mer. By bicycle, it will take you only 30 minutes to reach the northwest of the peninsula where the seaside town is located.
With its old Breton style buildings and its 9 m long coastline, Piriac-sur-Mer is a charming and picturesque town. Discover its historical monuments, its flowered streets and attend the numerous events organized throughout the year: concerts, local markets, theme evenings…
Go to the south of the peninsula from Guérande to Saint-Nazaire
20 km from your campsite near Piriac is Saint-Nazaire, known for its shipbuilding and port industries.
While you are there, discover the architectural masterpiece that has made the city’s reputation: its 3,356-meter bridge, the longest in France.
La Baule and the Brière marshes
Tourist activities accessible all year round, La Baule is famous for its beaches shared with the towns of Pornichet and Pouliguen, the most beautiful beaches in France stretching over 8 km. It also has 126 km of bicycle paths where you can go hiking if you wish.
Your campsite near the Briere also allows you to visit its famous marshes, a regional natural park that protects the natural wealth of the Guérande peninsula: wet meadows, reed beds, hillocks…