Ty Nadan campsite lies in the heart of the Breton countryside along the banks of the river Elle within approximately 60 acres of wooded parkland.
A member of the “Castels” group of campsites, Ty Nadan provides visitors with everything you’d expect from a company who are currently celebrating over 50 years in the camping market.
Why we recommend booking Ty Nadan:
- River canoeing and kayaking.
- Fantastic pool complex.
- Extensive range of activities.
- Wonderful setting.
- Adventure course with zip wires.
Ty Nadan has for some time been a firm favourite with families looking for the perfect campsite. You’ll find a whole host of facilities and activities on offer to keep you active all day.
The campsite’s pool complex is great, boasting 3 outdoor pools complete with slides, a covered swimming pool, massage centre, spa and a jacuzzi.
You’ll find all the usual sports facilities you’d expect at Ty Nadan. Furthermore, you’ll also find a few less common activities such as archery, canoeing, kayaking and diving lessons.
Those families looking to get active whilst on holiday won’t be disappointed. Take your pick from paintballing, rock climbing and the Go Ape high wire trail for the ultimate thrill.
If you’re happier just relaxing then that’s ok too. Simply sit back and enjoy the sunshine around the pool, go for a walk or cycle around the woods and countryside or just relax on the banks of the river with a little fishing, the choice is yours.
Distance to Ty Nadan campsite:
- Zeebrugge: 784km
- Caen Ouistreham: 355km
- Calais: 687km
- Dieppe: 509km
- Le Havre: 448km
- Oostende: 789km
- St Malo: 209km
- Roscoff: 135km
- Santander: 945km
- Bilbao: 848km
Things to see near to Ty Nadan
Whilst staying at Ty Nadan campsite why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.
Pontivy, once a major town of power is now a pleasant market town which is popular with tourists. Located 45km to the east of Ty Nadan campsite, Pontivy’s main attraction is it’s impressive Chateau des Rohan. The Chateau stands on the hill overlooking the river and town. The Chateau is open to visitors and there are even a variety of exhibitions held there throughout the year.
Pontivy came to be a place of power around the 12th century and as such there are a great number of historical buildings that are worth visiting. The main place to see some of these buildings is in the town square which can be found at the Place du Martray.
Quimperle is a fairly small yet very popular town located 9km to the south west of Ty Nadan campsite. The old district of Quimperle is located within the lower part of the town near to the river and features a variety of medieval half timber Breton buildings. The towns main monument is the Abbey Sainte Croix of which some parts date back to the 11-12th century. There are plenty of photographic opportunities at Quimperle especially during summer when the town is filled with beautiful flowers hung from buildings, the bridge and all along the riverside.
The attractive and popular port of Pont Aven lies 29km to the west of Ty Nadan and is a haven for artists. Pont Aven was once a small port better known for it’s watermills up until the 1850′s when artists began looking for a picturesque place to get away from the cities to express themselves. In the 1880′s the art scene was well and truly in place and was cemented by the arrival of famous artists including Gauguin.
The port today still boasts a great amount of scenery ripe for artists and photographers of all abilities and is also a wonderful place to just to take a stroll and admire the views.
Zoo de Pont Scorff
Zoo de Pont Scorff is a great family attraction that can be found a mere 15km to the south of Ty Nadan campsite. There are more than 600 animals covering over 120 different species at the zoo from around the globe. Animals at the zoo include giraffes, elephants, hippopotamuses, wolves, lemurs, panthers and something you may not have seen before, white lions. There are a vast number of other animals and birds present at the zoo. There are also a variety of shows throughout the day involving seals and various birds. Zoo de Pont Scorff is certainly worth the visit!
Although Vannes lies around 75km away from Ty Nadan, in our opinion it’s well worth the drive. The town is very popular with visitors and it’s not difficult to see why. Surrounded by it’s magnificent fortified walls Vannes is very picturesque. It therefore offers budding artists and photographers the perfect opportunity to show their skills. Many of the medieval cobbled streets and timber framed building still survive today.
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