Ille et Vilaine campsite at Bain de Bretagne near Brocéliande
Bain de Bretagne in Ille-et-Vilaine, not far from Broceliande
Bain-de-Bretagne is in an ideal location, 100 km from the Mont-Saint-Michel and the beaches of St-Malo and Dinard (the Emerald Coast) as well as the north coast of the department of Ille-et-Vilaine (Cancale, Dol de Bretagne, Rothéneuf and its sea-sculpted rocks, etc.).
It is the same distance away from the Atlantic coast (Morbihan), Carnac and its ancient megalithic stones, La Baule and Pornic (Loire-Atlantique).
The Pays de Brocéliande: Paimpont, the forest of Brocéliande, is the theatre of the legend of King Arthur, the mythical court of Brittany.
The following are closer to the campsite and well worth a visit:
The Manoir de l’Automobile at Lohéac (17 km) and the Château de Châteaubriant (28 km).
In Rennes: the Museum of Brittany, the Museum of Fine Arts, Saint-Yves Chapel, St-Pierre Cathedral, the Pays de Rennes Ecomuseum and its half-timbered houses.
The Abbey at Meilleraye-de-Bretagne (40 km).
Not to mention all of Bain-de-Bretagne’s heritage, including the Gallo-Roman ruins, the bourgeois townhouses made from schist, the Château de la Noë-St-Yves and the Château de la Robinais.