The beautiful region of Brittany on France’s North West coast is an ideal choice for a seaside holiday! What’s more, it couldn’t be easier to travel to Brittany on the ferry from the UK, meaning you can bring your own car to France without having to worry about what you’re bringing with you.
Our three Siblu parks in the region Domaine de Kerlann, Le Conguel and Les Pierres Couchées are perfect for a relaxing family getaway. Aside from its gorgeous beaches and hidden coves, Brittany is also known for its Celtic culture, its delicious regional delicacies and its mild climate. So much to explore..!
|While many holidaymakers are drawn to Brittany for its beautiful coastline, the region has so much more for to offer than just long days at the seaside. For families with kids there are loads of options for a fun and educational day out: visit one of France’s biggest and most fascinating aquariums (Océanopolis near Brest), or for something nearer to your Siblu park, check out the ‘L’Aven Park’ (within walking distance of Domaine de Kerlann). Here you’ll find a petting farm, adventure playgrounds, rides, a huge hedge maze and everything you need for a kids’ dream day out. Brittany is also unique in terms of its proud Celtic heritage and culture. You can experience its music and traditions first hand at a range of festivals during the summer months, for example the internationally-famous Lorient Interceltic Festival or the Festival de Cornouaille in Quimper. Domaine de Kerlann’s local town, the picturesque Pont-Aven, even hosts its own Breton festival, the gorse flower festival at the beginning of August, which is believed to be the oldest folk festival in Brittany!|
Why Choose Brittany?
Travelling to Brittany from the UK
Getting the ferry to France from the UK is particularly popular with holidaymakers staying at our three Brittany parks.
Brittany Ferries operates the following routes (please check their website for more details/updates):
Portsmouth-St Malo, Cherbourg, Caen and Le Havre