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- Family site a short drive from some of Brittany’s best beaches
- Five on-site playgrounds and lifeguarded indoor and outdoor pools
- Kids' club, many activities, free barbecues
Tucked away in shady woodland but only three miles from some of the best beaches in Brittany, the holiday village of Domaine de Kerlann will have everyone heureux. Among the beaucoup facilities here are free kids’ clubs, family entertainment and football tournaments, five outdoor playgrounds, lifeguarded indoor and outdoor pools with a special splashzone pour les petites – oh, and a health spa...
Many other entertainment options on site for a modest extra charge: full facilities are guaranteed for the majority of the season and guests can take their pick from boules, crazy golf, tennis and even sumo wrestling and jousting, or pack the kids off to meet Max, Patch and Lily at the weekly Crystal Fiesta party.
Foodwise, the holiday homes come fully equipped with kitchen, or you could pick up a free charcoal barbecue to sizzle your own food or head to the on-site restaurant or bistro for a meal or takeaway. There’s also a food shop on site and affordable tasty options in nearby Pont Aven.
Other facilities include a launderette, wifi available across the village for a reasonable fee and cycle hire for the family to explore Domaine de Kerlann’s woodland routes.
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Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Commercial vehicles allowed
No dogs allowed
Gas cylinders available
Horse riding nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Very large (over 200 pitches)
From Calais/ the Tunnel
Take the A16 autoroute out of Calais –Boulogne – Abbeville – Rouen – Caen –Rennes – N24 and the N165 towards Lorient – Quimperle. Travel towards Quimper and turn off the N165 onto D24 towards Pont Aven/Kerampaou. Follow local directions from there.
Take the A16 autoroute towards Abbeville – continue as above.
Head out of the port following directions for Rouen – continue as above.
From Le Havre
Follow signs out of the port for Caen, crossing over the Pont de Tancarville – Caen – then follow directions as above.
Follow signs out of the port towards Caen, then pick up signs for Rennes – then follow directions as above.
From St. Malo
Follow signs out of the port for the N137 and Rennes – N24 out of Rennes towards Lorient – as above.
In order to avoid smaller roads, we would advise following signs to Brest from Roscoff then the N165 past Quimper – continuing towards Lorient and turning off on the D24 towards Pont Aven. Follow local directions.
On the N165 coming from Nantes or Rennes, take the exit for Kerandreo off the N 165. Go through Pont Aven, following the signs for Nevez. Domaine de Kerlann is found on the road leading from Pont Aven to Nevez, on the right.
With the longest coastline of any region in France, Brittany’s the place to plunge into maritime mania, whether to explore its coast, sample its local seafood or sunbathe on the beaches a quick drive from Kerlann: the sands of Raguénès, Rospico, Port Manec’h and Pointe de Trévignon are all within five kilometres.
Savvy sailors can team up with Domaine de Kerlann’s sailing partner Cardinale Sud, which runs courses for adults, or try the waterskiing, windsurfing and sea fishing available nearby.
Other options within reach include exploring the islands of L'Archipel des Glenan and La Presqu'Ile de Crozon and soaking up the sun at the fishing village of La Pointe du Trevignon. Or just browse historic Breton towns and villages: Quimper is the oldest town in Brittany and has cobbled streets, timber houses and a famous china shop, along with go-karting, chocolateries and swinging on the zip slides at Le Bonobo Parc.
The former watermill city Pont Aven is tucked at the end of a green valley on the banks of the River Aven and is known as a paintbox paradise; Émile Bernard and Paul Gauguin both painted here and there are several commercial galleries as well as the town’s public one – and a labyrinth and mini farm to let the kids loose at.
Painters and photographers should also make their way to La Pointe du Raz, jutting out of the Breton coastline into the Atlantic: look out for the La Vielle lighthouse from the rocks then have a wander around the village of Le Faou at the north-eastern corner of the Crozon peninsula, listed as one of the country's Plus Beaux Villages or most beautiful villages in France.
For other day trips from Domaine de Kerlann, try Carnac (the French Stonehenge) with its 3,000 moorland stones, the nature and flower park at Les Jardins de Rospico in Nevez and golfing from the eighteenth century clubhouse at Golf de Cornouaille.
Mini naturalists can tour the world under the sea at L'Oceanopolis in Brest or travel through five continents of wildlife at Pont-Scorff Zoo.
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When can I check in and check out of Domaine de Kerlann?
On-site accommodation Arrive: 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Depart by: 10 a.m.