Kawan Village Camping Le Moustoir Brittany
Kawan Village Camping Le Moustoir campsite is situated in Carnac in the South of Brittany around 4km from the sea and about 2km from the town in a lovely wooded parkland of approximately 5 hectares and just minutes away from the incredible protected standing stones.
On this campsite in France you will find pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes that are of a good size of around 150m squared, many of which offer plenty of shade from the hot summer sun and some are fully serviced pitches with electric, water and waste connections, but there are also mobile homes and chalets to rent along with roulettes that are like the traditional gypsy style caravans.
This French campsite is of a very high standard and has numerous services on offer that include a motorhome service area, free WiFi zones and internet access around the bar and reception, four sanitary blocks, baby and disabled facilities, launderette, fridge rental, surfboard and cycle hire, a shop and a restaurant that serves traditional regional cusines as well as pizzas and takeaway service.
We do not think you could wish for much more for a fun packed family camping holiday in France as there are so many different activities available all through the season to suit all ages and include a fantastic swimming pool complex with indoor pool and Jacuzzi, outdoors pools, waters slides etc.
There is a tennis court, basketball and football grounds, table tennis, a games room, crazy golf, bouncy castles both indoor and outdoor and a large screen TV, but that is still not all! This campsite in France also has zip lines, paintball, pony rides and during high season there is a full range of evening entertainment and a kids club plus childrens entertainment such as magic shows.
On certain evenings Camping Le Moustoir organises free wine tasting or cider tasting, along with the traditional regional specialities of cuisines that you can experience like, mussels, oysters or grilled meats, plus they have traditional Breton theme evenings with live music and much more to round off your day.
Yet, do not forget that there are so many activities close to this French campsite like golf, horse riding and numerous different water sports from surfing through to sailing in addition to the boats trips and cruises around the islands, the museums, numerous sandy beaches and much more, that you will wish your family camping holiday would never come to an end.
Campsite Facilities and Information
Usual Opening Times: From the start of April through to the end of September
Rates: Based on two people with a car and caravan.
From €20.80 including electric, but plus extras such as additional people, etc.
Chalets to rent
Mobile Homes to rent
Roulottes - Gypsy style caravans to rent
Pitches for Motorhomes
Pitches for Caravans
Pitches for Tents
Fully serviced pitches available (electric, water and waste connections)
Waste disposal point
Motorhome service area
Pets Allowed - free of charge
On site Shop
Brasserie style restaurant on site
Pizzeria and takeaway service
Fresh bread service
Launderette with washing machines and dryers plus ironing board and even irons to hire
WiFi Zone and Internet Access around the reception area and bar - free
Campsite Activities, Sports and Recreation
Indoor Swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool complex with water slides and a childrens pool
Bouncy castle both indoor and outdoor)
Games Room with billiards, etc
Amusement Arcade with video games
TV room with exceedingly large giant screen
Kids Club in high season
Entertainment (like traditional Breton theme evenings, discos, live music etc)
Childrens entertainment such as magic shows, circus etc
Free wine tasting and cider tasting evenings
Regional cuisine of oysters and mussels tasting evenings
Mountain bike circuit
Paintball - for age 8 years and up
Mini farm with goats, donkeys, ducks etc
Local Attractions and Activities
Golf courses - including an 18 hole golf course
Walking and Hiking trails
Cycling and Mountain biking paths
Canoeing and Kayaking
Beaches - lots of sandy beaches
Historical sites such as the protected standing stones
Boat trips and cruises
Islands, creeks and estuary
Ports and marinas
Restaurants and regional cuisine such as oysters
Tourist information on Brittany Region