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Campsite An Trest

Brittany holiday resorts SARZEAU
  0033 (0)2.97.41.79.60
On the peninsula of Rhuys
900m from the sea
Heated outdoor pools
Heated covered pool

Multislides and Spacebowl
Carabouille castle
25km from Vannes



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in Sarzeau, 950m from the beach in the heart of the Rhuys Peninsula. 

Set in the heart of the Rhuys Peninsula, southern Brittany, 950m from the beach, close to the Gulf of Morbihan and its islands, An Trest Campsite is the perfect place to combine the pleasures of the Breton beaches, bathing, sea fishing and water sports.

 

The campsite has a beautiful heated pool area with indoor swimming pools and water slides, including a Spacebowl.

Enjoy the wide, sandy beaches, fishing ports and marinas and small villages along the Gulf. Many coastal trails, historic sites such as the Chateau de Suscinio and many islands are worth visiting.
A rich natural, cultural and historical heritage awaits you.


FREE WIFI at the bar or at the reception desk 
Pets welcome see conditions
This campsite is accessible for people with reduced mobility

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in Sarzeau, 950m from the beach in the heart of the Rhuys Peninsula. 

Set in the heart of the Rhuys Peninsula, southern Brittany, 950m from the beach, close to the Gulf of Morbihan and its islands, An Trest Campsite is the perfect place to combine the pleasures of the Breton beaches, bathing, sea fishing and water sports.

 

The campsite has a beautiful heated pool area with indoor swimming pools and water slides, including a Spacebowl.

Enjoy the wide, sandy beaches, fishing ports and marinas and small villages along the Gulf. Many coastal trails, historic sites such as the Chateau de Suscinio and many islands are worth visiting.
A rich natural, cultural and historical heritage awaits you.


FREE WIFI at the bar or at the reception desk 
Pets welcome see conditions
This campsite is accessible for people with reduced mobility

Carabouille playground of the campsite :

Prince of the forest, at the ‘An Trest’ campsite in Brittany (French Atlantic coast)
The castle of the Prince of the Forest.
In the year of 1487, on a misty October day, Duke François II, his daughter Anne (then 10 years old) and their entourage were on their way back from Port Navalo: they were returning to their castle of Suscinio.
The following day, a beautiful autumn day, the guardian of the castle organised a morning hunt with dogs in the woods on the west of Sarzeau. He got seven dogs ready as well as strongbows and swords.
When everybody was ready to go, horses neighing, the long eared dogs started barking enthusiastically and really loud.  Going down a hill, they reached the woods. Anne was amazed by the splendid shades of the forest in autumn, ginger leaves, yellow, brown….
Reaching a glade, she noticed the trees reflecting in a pond and the grass shining in the morning dew. Suddenly, a group of hunters heard a piece of crackling dead wood. Then, they released the dogs, who jumped in the bushes where the noise came from.
Frightened, a wild boar ran off. One the fastest dog managed to bite one of his legs.

Puzzled by traces of blood on the ground, Anne followed them. A short while later she arrived in a large field (‘An Trest’ in the local Brittany dialect), the wild boar stopped, sniffed and went towards a bush, where Anne saw him disappear into.
Suddenly she became pale; in front of her a young blond boy had emerged, wearing an old and torn blouse. He was holding a strange wooden stick in his hands.
"Err ! bon-bonjour... haven’t you seen a wild boar by any chance? enquired Anne.
- I haven’t seen anything, replied the boy quickly.
- What’s your name?
- William, I work as a lumberjack in these woods.
- I’m Anne. I am hunting with the Guardian of Suscinio."
Hearing these words, the young boy fled. Joining the hunters again, Anne heard the Guardian shounting in anger, as he was going back empty-handed once more.

On the 2nd day, accompanied by the Falcon master, they went to hunt with falcons. It was a  C'était un faclon squire with long pointy wings and a short crooked beak.
Suddenly, a hare came in sight, so the lord released the falcon, who flew high in the sky and then dived straight onto its prey and only managed to scratch it. Injured the hare managed to escape and hid in the same bush as the previous day.
Anne followed the traces of blood, hoping as she walked that she would meet William again, but no-one!
Sad and dispointed, Anne went back. Faraway she could hear the lord shouting his anger once more, as he returned empty-handed.

 On the morning of the 3rd day, Anne discovered a sky blue feathered pigeon caught in a trap. She freed it and found a message on one of its legs.
There were six words written on it: “Please help, Lord destroying the forest”
The pigeon could still fly and took her to a hundred year old oak tree. The bird perched on a branch and crack! A door opened in the enormous trunk.
Anne walked in and shocked realisedWilliam was there.
" Anne! How did you find me?
- The pigeon guided me here. "
William showed her then an undergrounf room where she saw hte wild boar and the hare from the hunt. He explained that his wooden stick was magic and that he healed injured animals. Anne was amazed and gobsmacked.
- You’re the one healing all these animals! But where are your parents?
- I am an orphan.
- Oh! I am so sorry, but what does the message mean?
- The Guardian wants to destroy the forest to build an armory. I heard the news when I took some woods to the Cordeliers Convent.  What will happen to the animals of the forest ? Only you can help me!
- I will talk to my Dad about it and will come back here this afternoon."

They went their separate ways, and Anne galloped back to the castle. As soon as she arrived she foudn her dad and explain the situation. He promised he would convince the Guardian to abandon his project, but he overheard the end of their conversation.
Dès son arrivée, elle trouva son père et lui expliqua la situation. Il lui promit de convaincre le Gardien d'abandonner ce projet mais ce dernier surprit la fin de leur conversation.
Anne went straight back to William without noticicing that the Gardian was following her. Out of breath from her running, she finally arrived at the oak tree where William was waiting for her.
“ Don’t worry, my Dad will help you to….
- Oh, thank you! I won’t forget you.”
As soon as William finished his sentence the Guardian stormed out in front of them, with an angry look on his face.
“Ah! So it’s you peasant, th


Carabouille Playground

Prince of the forest, at the ‘An Trest’ campsite in Brittany (French Atlantic coast)
The castle of the Prince of the Forest.
In the year of 1487, on a misty October day, Duke François II, his daughter Anne (then 10 years old) and their entourage were on their way back from Port Navalo: they were returning to their castle of Suscinio.
The following day, a beautiful autumn day, the guardian of the castle organised a morning hunt with dogs in the woods on the west of Sarzeau. He got seven dogs ready as well as strongbows and swords.
When everybody was ready to go, horses neighing, the long eared dogs started barking enthusiastically and really loud.  Going down a hill, they reached the woods. Anne was amazed by the splendid shades of the forest in autumn, ginger leaves, yellow, brown….
Reaching a glade, she noticed the trees reflecting in a pond and the grass shining in the morning dew. Suddenly, a group of hunters heard a piece of crackling dead wood. Then, they released the dogs, who jumped in the bushes where the noise came from.
Frightened, a wild boar ran off. One the fastest dog managed to bite one of his legs.

Puzzled by traces of blood on the ground, Anne followed them. A short while later she arrived in a large field (‘An Trest’ in the local Brittany dialect), the wild boar stopped, sniffed and went towards a bush, where Anne saw him disappear into.
Suddenly she became pale; in front of her a young blond boy had emerged, wearing an old and torn blouse. He was holding a strange wooden stick in his hands.
"Err ! bon-bonjour... haven’t you seen a wild boar by any chance? enquired Anne.
- I haven’t seen anything, replied the boy quickly.
- What’s your name?
- William, I work as a lumberjack in these woods.
- I’m Anne. I am hunting with the Guardian of Suscinio."
Hearing these words, the young boy fled. Joining the hunters again, Anne heard the Guardian shounting in anger, as he was going back empty-handed once more.

On the 2nd day, accompanied by the Falcon master, they went to hunt with falcons. It was a  C'était un faclon squire with long pointy wings and a short crooked beak.
Suddenly, a hare came in sight, so the lord released the falcon, who flew high in the sky and then dived straight onto its prey and only managed to scratch it. Injured the hare managed to escape and hid in the same bush as the previous day.
Anne followed the traces of blood, hoping as she walked that she would meet William again, but no-one!
Sad and dispointed, Anne went back. Faraway she could hear the lord shouting his anger once more, as he returned empty-handed.

 On the morning of the 3rd day, Anne discovered a sky blue feathered pigeon caught in a trap. She freed it and found a message on one of its legs.
There were six words written on it: “Please help, Lord destroying the forest”
The pigeon could still fly and took her to a hundred year old oak tree. The bird perched on a branch and crack! A door opened in the enormous trunk.
Anne walked in and shocked realisedWilliam was there.
" Anne! How did you find me?
- The pigeon guided me here. "
William showed her then an undergrounf room where she saw hte wild boar and the hare from the hunt. He explained that his wooden stick was magic and that he healed injured animals. Anne was amazed and gobsmacked.
- You’re the one healing all these animals! But where are your parents?
- I am an orphan.
- Oh! I am so sorry, but what does the message mean?
- The Guardian wants to destroy the forest to build an armory. I heard the news when I took some woods to the Cordeliers Convent.  What will happen to the animals of the forest ? Only you can help me!
- I will talk to my Dad about it and will come back here this afternoon."

They went their separate ways, and Anne galloped back to the castle. As soon as she arrived she foudn her dad and explain the situation. He promised he would convince the Guardian to abandon his project, but he overheard the end of their conversation.
Dès son arrivée, elle trouva son père et lui expliqua la situation. Il lui promit de convaincre le Gardien d'abandonner ce projet mais ce dernier surprit la fin de leur conversation.
Anne went straight back to William without noticicing that the Gardian was following her. Out of breath from her running, she finally arrived at the oak tree where William was waiting for her.
“ Don’t worry, my Dad will help you to….
- Oh, thank you! I won’t forget you.”
As soon as William finished his sentence the Guardian stormed out in front of them, with an angry look on his face.
“Ah! So it’s you peasant, th



The fun dose

People have different expectations when it comes to their holidays. Some prefer quiet holidays, being with family and tranquility. Others prefer sports and partying.

With the Fun Dose you can choose the right campsite for the whole family. There are 4 different entertainment levels: green, blue, purple and red. The fuller the bottle, the more entertainment there is! If the bottle is green, or only half full, then there is little animation on the site. If the bottle is red, or nearly full, there is plenty of entertainment on the site.

No matter the level of the Fun Dose, the mini-clubs and participation in all animation is free!

 

On this campsite the Fun Dose is green. This means that there is little animation.

From the 28th of June until the 29th of August 2020 we offer the following (only in French):

The Clapou Club (4-12 years old) welcomes children from Monday until Friday, from 10am until 12pm and from 3pm until 5.30pm.
The Nobodys (13-17 years old) meet up twice a week.
There are two animators on site and twice a week we organize fun evening entertainment.



fun dose du camping

The Fun Dose

fun dose du camping

People have different expectations when it comes to their holidays. Some prefer quiet holidays, being with family and tranquility. Others prefer sports and partying.

With the Fun Dose you can choose the right campsite for the whole family. There are 4 different entertainment levels: green, blue, purple and red. The fuller the bottle, the more entertainment there is! If the bottle is green, or only half full, then there is little animation on the site. If the bottle is red, or nearly full, there is plenty of entertainment on the site.

No matter the level of the Fun Dose, the mini-clubs and participation in all animation is free!

 

On this campsite the Fun Dose is green. This means that there is little animation.

From the 28th of June until the 29th of August 2020 we offer the following (only in French):

The Clapou Club (4-12 years old) welcomes children from Monday until Friday, from 10am until 12pm and from 3pm until 5.30pm.
The Nobodys (13-17 years old) meet up twice a week.
There are two animators on site and twice a week we organize fun evening entertainment.


  Water park
Heated pool not covered (number : 1 - opening date : 04/04/2020)
Heated covered pool (number : 1 - opening date : 04/04/2020)
Heated paddling pool (number : 1 - opening date : 04/04/2020)
The campsite has several water slides, which you can see in the pictures above.
The Space Bowl is a sensational water slide, where you'll find yourself in a large funnel. The person with the most laps wins! (Minimum length : 1m20)
There is a paddling pool with snake water slide, for children younger than 6 years. They can enjoy in peace and safety of swimming and sliding.
Want to relax? Enjoy our hot tub! (heated)
Opening hours of the waterpark : 9:00 - 19:00. Swimming shorts are prohibited (boxers or briefs allowed). Toddlers must wear diapers specially designed for swimming. The bracelet must be worn. For children who cannot swim it is mandatory to wear inflatable armbands.

The swimming pools are being heated by a heat pump, the temperature of water is therefore related to the ambient air.




  Services (subject to availability)
Pets are allowed, (extra fee of 35€ / pet / week), leashed and vaccinated. Dogs of 1st and 2nd category are forbidden.
Bicycle hire (subject to availability, prices on site)
Sheets : 10€/single bed per change, 15€/double bed per change
TV : 39€/week 69€/2 weeks 89€/3 weeks
Babykit (chair, bed, bath). : 30€/week. Baby kit for free except during french summer school holidays July/ August (non retroactive offer).
Barbecues allowed (type : only gas. - Rental prices : 39€/week 69€/2 weeks 89€/3 weeks)
Communal barbecues
Safe
Visitors (no pool access) : 4€/person/day
Cleaning deposit : 90€ to pay upon arrival at the campsite – refunded when the accommodation is left clean and tidy.
Deposit cleaning Tribu : 180€ to pay upon arrival at the campsite – refunded when the accommodation is left clean and tidy.
Deposit accommodation : 200€ to pay upon arrival at the campsite - refunded when the accommodation is left without any damages.

No parking space outside the campsite, all vehicles must be declared and pay a surcharge of €1.
Two bicycles are at your disposal from May 4 to June 27 2020 and from August 29 until the campsite closes (except during school holidays) for a stay of 7 nights in a rental accommodation. During the April / May school holidays (from April 4 to May 4, 2020), bicycle rental costs €5 per day instead of €9.



  On site
Restaurant (Opening periods : 04/04/2020)
Bar (Opening periods : 04/04/2020)
Mini market (opening periods : 04/04/2020)
Washing machines (Coins : €4)
Tumble dryers (Coins : €3)
Free wifi at the reception or the restaurant
Wifi on the camping pitches (paid)

The restaurant is a snack bar/pizzeria.




  Practical information
Supermarkets : 2 km
Shops selling essential items : 2.5 km
Restaurants : 2.5 km
Nearest bus stop : 2 km
Nearest train station : 25 km
Nearest airport : 100 km
Markets : 2.5 km

The village of Sarzeau is at 2.5 km from the campsite and easy to reach thanks to a cycle path from the campsite.



  Activities
Carabouille playground
Playground
Bouncy castle
Multisport terrain
Jeu de boules terrain
Cinema
Mini golf
Table tennis tables
Beach volleyball


  Close to the campsite
Horse riding : 2 km
Cycling paths : From the campsite
Tennis : 2.5 km
Fishing : 1 km
Hiking : From the campsite
Golf : 10 km
Water sports : 1 km
Treetop courses in the forest : 9 km
Quad : 50 km



  Sightseeing

Bay of Morbihan and its islands: 5 km - Castle of Suscinio: 6 km - The oyster sites: 5 km - Cliffs of Saint Gildas de Rhuys: 9 km - the Port of Crouesty: 14 km - Vannes fortified city: 20 km - Zoo of Branféré: 35 km



The Campsite

  Water park
Heated pool not covered (number : 1 - opening date : 04/04/2020)
Heated covered pool (number : 1 - opening date : 04/04/2020)
Heated paddling pool (number : 1 - opening date : 04/04/2020)
The campsite has several water slides, which you can see in the pictures above.
The Space Bowl is a sensational water slide, where you'll find yourself in a large funnel. The person with the most laps wins! (Minimum length : 1m20)
There is a paddling pool with snake water slide, for children younger than 6 years. They can enjoy in peace and safety of swimming and sliding.
Want to relax? Enjoy our hot tub! (heated)
Opening hours of the waterpark : 9:00 - 19:00. Swimming shorts are prohibited (boxers or briefs allowed). Toddlers must wear diapers specially designed for swimming. The bracelet must be worn. For children who cannot swim it is mandatory to wear inflatable armbands.

The swimming pools are being heated by a heat pump, the temperature of water is therefore related to the ambient air.




  Services (subject to availability)
Pets are allowed, (extra fee of 35€ / pet / week), leashed and vaccinated. Dogs of 1st and 2nd category are forbidden.
Bicycle hire (subject to availability, prices on site)
Sheets : 10€/single bed per change, 15€/double bed per change
TV : 39€/week 69€/2 weeks 89€/3 weeks
Babykit (chair, bed, bath). : 30€/week. Baby kit for free except during french summer school holidays July/ August (non retroactive offer).
Barbecues allowed (type : only gas. - Rental prices : 39€/week 69€/2 weeks 89€/3 weeks)
Communal barbecues
Safe
Visitors (no pool access) : 4€/person/day
Cleaning deposit : 90€ to pay upon arrival at the campsite – refunded when the accommodation is left clean and tidy.
Deposit cleaning Tribu : 180€ to pay upon arrival at the campsite – refunded when the accommodation is left clean and tidy.
Deposit accommodation : 200€ to pay upon arrival at the campsite - refunded when the accommodation is left without any damages.

No parking space outside the campsite, all vehicles must be declared and pay a surcharge of €1.
Two bicycles are at your disposal from May 4 to June 27 2020 and from August 29 until the campsite closes (except during school holidays) for a stay of 7 nights in a rental accommodation. During the April / May school holidays (from April 4 to May 4, 2020), bicycle rental costs €5 per day instead of €9.



  On site
Restaurant (Opening periods : 04/04/2020)
Bar (Opening periods : 04/04/2020)
Mini market (opening periods : 04/04/2020)
Washing machines (Coins : €4)
Tumble dryers (Coins : €3)
Free wifi at the reception or the restaurant
Wifi on the camping pitches (paid)

The restaurant is a snack bar/pizzeria.




  Practical information
Supermarkets : 2 km
Shops selling essential items : 2.5 km
Restaurants : 2.5 km
Nearest bus stop : 2 km
Nearest train station : 25 km
Nearest airport : 100 km
Markets : 2.5 km

The village of Sarzeau is at 2.5 km from the campsite and easy to reach thanks to a cycle path from the campsite.



  Activities
Carabouille playground
Playground
Bouncy castle
Multisport terrain
Jeu de boules terrain
Cinema
Mini golf
Table tennis tables
Beach volleyball



  Close to the campsite
Horse riding : 2 km
Cycling paths : From the campsite
Tennis : 2.5 km
Fishing : 1 km
Hiking : From the campsite
Golf : 10 km
Water sports : 1 km
Treetop courses in the forest : 9 km
Quad : 50 km


  Sightseeing

Bay of Morbihan and its islands: 5 km - Castle of Suscinio: 6 km - The oyster sites: 5 km - Cliffs of Saint Gildas de Rhuys: 9 km - the Port of Crouesty: 14 km - Vannes fortified city: 20 km - Zoo of Branféré: 35 km




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Campsite An Trest, Brittany
Phone number : 0033 (0)2.97.41.79.60
Send an e-mail : an.trest@capfun.com
Url :
 
GPS coordinates : 47.50596,-2.771106
carte Camping an_trest

Contact

Campsite An Trest, Brittany
Phone number : 0033 (0)2.97.41.79.60
Send an e-mail : an.trest@capfun.com
Url :
 
GPS coordinates : 47.50596,-2.771106
carte Camping an_trest


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