Bain-de-Bretagne has something for everyone. On the tree-lined shores of the lake you can enjoy the heated pool and sauna or try your hand at fishing or canoeing. Stock up at the market, then explore the bustling streets of Rennes and the historic sea-faring town of Saint-Malo with its never-ending beaches. And remember to keep a day free for the wonderful Mont-Saint-Michel… and another for King Arthur and Brocéliande Forest... This really is the heart of Brittany.
The + points
The peaceful, shady setting on the banks of the lake which make it an ideal place to rest and relax.
Brittany’s inimitable mix of countryside, sea and towns.
La Croix Verte in Bain-de-Bretagne
From €15 to €35.
The Manoir de l’Automobile in Loheac. One of the best museums devoted to cars and their history in the whole of France, even Europe: 400 classic cars in 14,000 m2 of exhibition space.
The town of La Gacilly.
The town of Saint-Malo, famed for the narrow alleyways of the old citadel which once provided a safe haven for pirates (104 km).
Mont Saint Michel, a one hour drive from the campsite.
3 signposted walks start from or near the campsite .
Festival du West Country
Country music and dancing from 12 to 15 August
Fireworks over the lake
Route de Launay ,
Bain de Bretagne
Rennes (35 km)
How to get there and itinerary
Coming from Rennes or Nantes, take the N137 Bain de Bretagne Exit towards the town centre and follow signs to the lake (Le Lac).
"Brittany – sea, town and countryside all in one! "
Fanny et Stéphane Bouillie
Manager Camping du Lac