Camping de Pont Calleck

Europe France Brittany Morbihan

  • Electrical hook-ups
  • Children’s playground
  • Dogs welcome
  • Good walks nearby
  • Walking
A peaceful, shaded, rural campsite with a few well-set up glamping options in central Brittany

Many visitors to Brittany skirt around its edges but, tempting as its long coastline is, there’s something to be said for delving a little deeper. Away from yachts and rocks and far from the crowds, is where you’ll find Pont de Calleck. Situated in the forested heartland of central, southern Brittany it’s the perfect place for a quieter camping trip and a closer look at this region’s countryside and nature.

Camping de Pont Calleck offers grassy pitches on the edge of a forest alongside a trio of well set-up glamping tents and a handful of mobile homes. The River Scorff runs close by, offering the opportunity for fishing and kayaking, and the woods are great for a stroll. You can find your way to the remains of a medieval village or, in the summer season, wait for Breton heritage to come to you; every Wednesday there’s traditional Breton music and food served up at the site’s sociable entertainment area. This part of the campsite is also where you’ll find boules, badminton, table tennis and some playground equipment for the kids. It’s a fairly traditional French campsite but on a small scale with under 40 families staying here at any one time ensuring a wonderful sense of calm.

The glamping options (two safari-style tents and a wooden cabin) are perfect for families who’ve got enough in the car without bringing the tent on top. Sleeping four or five, they are kitted out with camp beds and bedding and have an outdoor but undercover kitchen and seating area, which means shade in the summer and shelter in the rain. There’s a fridge for cold drinks and a gas stove for cooking on, along with some pots, pans and other kitchen basics.

There’s no restaurant on site, but if you don’t fancy cooking, there’s a restaurant less than a kilometre up the road and it’s only half an hour to Lorient and the coast where seafood is the speciality. Of course, this also means that the beach remains within easy day-tripping distance but if you hear a local saying they’re heading to the beach they might well be off to the shores of Lac du Bel Air, which is closer still at Priziac (14 kilometres away). There’s also Le Sterou wildlife park, which you tour in golf buggies, a tiny museum devoted to bats and, thanks to the south-central location, Breton villages in every direction. The entertainment round here is pleasingly small and pleasantly natural – a little like the campsite itself.



There are five toilets and seven showers in the recently refurbished washblock, including good disabled access facilities. Both open-air and under-cover washing-up sinks, as well as laundry facilities. There’s a playground with a slide, trampoline, table tennis, boules and a badminton court. The glamping units are kitted out with camp beds (for four or five people; with duvets and pillows). They have a gas stove, fridge, cooking equipment and tableware as well as outdoor seating in a shaded/covered eating area.

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, motorhomes, caravans, glampers, dogs – yes. Large groups – no.


The campsite is on the edge of the Pont Calleck forest and the banks of the Scorff River. Walking, fishing and kayaking are all possible from the site. Maison de la Chauve-souris, a small museum dedicated to bats, is a five-minute drive from the campsite in Kernasclédon. The town is also home to an impressively large church that’s worth a look. There’s more animal entertainment at Chez Dame Nature (13 kilometres away), a farm park with sheep, goats, alpacas and wallabies among its residents. The coast is half an hour away, but there’s a lake at Priziac (14 kilometres from the campsite) where you can try watersports. Priziac is also where you’ll find Le Stérou wildlife park. If you do want to visit the coast, head for the coastal city of Lorient where there are five beaches to choose from.

Food & Drink

In the summer months there is a traditional Breton evening with music and galettes (savoury crepes) served on site on Wednesdays. There is a restaurant, Auberge de Pont Calleck, 800 metres from the campsite. Lorient’s famous fish market is the place to head to for fresh seafood and there are general markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays.



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25 pitches, 10 mobile homes and two pre-pitched tents and a wooden cabin.

Caba Trek i

Caba Trek

Timber tent Sleeps 4
A combined wooden lodge and mini safari tent with a decked outdoor terrace. Suitable for up to 4 people.

'Double Safari Tents' - Trek Double i

'Double Safari Tents' - Trek Double

Safari tent Sleeps 4
Two safari tents sharing a covered decking living space. Suitable for up to 4 people.

Safari Tent - Canada i

Safari Tent - Canada

Safari tent Sleeps 5
Canvas Safari tent with covered terrace. Suitable for up to 5 people.

Grass Pitch i

Grass Pitch

Grass pitch Sleeps 6 7 Available
All grass pitches are large set within green spaces surrounded by trees

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Contact Camping de Pont Calleck, Camping de Pont Calleck, Le Grayo, 56240 Inguiniel, Morbihan, Brittany, France

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Getting There

The site is 30km from Lorient. Travelling on the route Lorient/Morlaix, close to Plouay, turn towards Pont Calleck at the Manerio roundabout, then continue following signs for Pont Calleck.

The nearest railway station is a Lorient, 30 kilometres away, and the closest bus station is at Plouay, eight kilometres from the campsite.


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Rated ★★★★★ over 1 reviews


Spacious, calm, family friendly camping - well recommended.

The campsite is rather spacious and very clean and feels very calm. The facilities are well equipped and maintained and the place is obviously well looked after. The site is family friendly with a simple yet very effective playground for the kids (and adults) to use and the site felt pretty safe letting 2 small boys run around. Hosts are very friendly and accommodating. As in the forest, there's a good amount of shade which is important. 'Glamping' tents are well equipped and spacious (Bungalow Canada) and well situated. Appreciated the bread delivery service as there's no local shops around the corner :-)
Aug 13, 2020 by clare_in_brussels

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