Located in Pont-Aven in the Finistère department, Le Domaine de Kerlann will make you live enchanted hours, in a typically Breton atmosphere.
In this 4-star village-like campsite, you will enjoy relaxing by the heated and covered swimming pool or hiking on the many nearby trails! For long holidays or short stays, Le Domaine de Kerlann will reveal all the secrets of Cornouaille to you.
What's there to do in Pont Aven?
A visit to Paul Gauguin's Village
Birthplace of the famous galettes and the school of painting that consecrated Paul Gauguin, this village alone sums up all the beauty of southern Brittany. Pont-Aven nature, with its bubbling river and its green valley... Gourmet Pont-Aven with its traditional biscuit factories... Secret Pont-Aven with its old mills, its dolmens and menhirs or its Bois d'Amour... Like a master painting, the village offers a palette of colours, where history, art and food mingle.
Concarneau and its ramparts
Less than 30 minutes from our Pont-Aven campsite, discover Concarneau and its historic ramparts, which make it a fortified town. Come and stroll around the surrounding walls, admire the beautiful fishing port and stroll through its small cobbled streets. Continue your getaway to the Glénan Islands, classified as a Nature Reserve and recognised for their marine beauty.
Would you like to discover Cornouaille during your stay at our campsite in Pont-Aven? Let yourself be guided and set off to discover the hidden treasures of Quimperlé, Riec-sur-Bélon, Fouesnant-Les Glénan and many other towns.
Culture and Festivities
Pont-Aven galettes, seafood, wheat or buckwheat pancakes and cider.
The Pont-Aven museum, AvenParc, the Trémalo chapel, the Xavier Grall promenade, the many art galleries in Pont-Aven, the Bois d'Amour, the fishing museum, Concarneau...
In our campsite, enjoy a large heated outdoor swimming pool with a waterslide, a splash zone, a balneotherapy bench. We also have a beautiful heated indoor swimming pool with a waterslide and a paddling pool. In addition: 5 playgrounds for all ages, basketball, volleyball, football, petanque, table tennis, multi-sports ground, daytime and evening entertainment.
The beaches here all hoist the Blue Flag, such as those of Tahiti; Raguénès, Rospico or Port Manec'h are just 5km away. Not far away, the Glénan archipelago and its small golden sand islands will transport you to other latitudes.
Near our Pont-Aven campsite, there are many trails, including the famous GR34, that runs along the Breton coast for 1,800 km! Take good shoes and go for a family walk.
Aven Parc is a huge family leisure park, located right next to the Pont-Aven campsite. A theme park based around pirates and cowboys, a huge maze, mini-golf, a large water slide, a mini-farm... the children will be will love it.
The Pont-Aven museum is the best place to understand the soul of Brittany through the works of the painters who settled there and who brought their colours to life on the canvases. You can see the works of Paul Gauguin, Émile Bernard, Charles Laval and other artists.
Nearby Walk Trails
Go for a walk or bike ride along the coastal paths near Pont-Aven. You will discover varied landscapes with steep cliffs, wild beaches and calm coves. For the more adventurous, you can take the path along the River Aven, which leads to the sea.
L’île de Groix
Take the boat from Concarneau to go to the island of Groix. This island is a hidden gem, with its steep cliffs and white sand beaches. In Groix, there are plenty of activities to do: walks or bike rides, scuba diving and water sports. Plus enjoy a local pancake!
Galettes de Pont-Aven
The fars pod
Salted butter caramel
Flat oysters from the Bélon river
The biscuit factory of Pont-Aven
Close your eyes and let yourself be guided by the smell surrounding our Pont-Aven campsite... Do you smell this delicious scent of butter and sugar? Here you are near the famous biscuit factory of Pont-Aven, where the galettes are made!
The Chapel of Trémalo
Do not miss a visit to the chapel of Trémalo. Dating from the 17th century, it is one of the local architectural gems. The chapel is located on a small islet accessible on foot from the campsite via a bridge.
You cannot miss Quimper, the historic capital of Finistère. The city has a magnificent medieval town centre with beautiful cobbled streets and typical Breton houses.