Brière Park

214 Rue du Chef de L'Île
44720 Saint-Joachim
+33 2 40 91 68 68

During your stay at the campsite, the Brière Regional Nature Park, one of the oldest French regional parks, is not to be missed if you want to discover a natural, historical and tourist heritage that is out of the ordinary!

15 minutes away from the campsite, discover Brière Park, its marshes, its villages with thatched roofs…

In the heart of the Guérande Peninsula, 12 km from the campsite, Brière Park stretches out over nearly 50,000 hectares. You can explore this exceptional territory on foot or by bike, on horseback or in a carriage, aboard a barge or in a canoe…

Lovers of beautiful nature will be delighted to observe the marsh birds, especially in the Pierre Constant Ornithological Reserve.

Fans of typical architecture will be able to admire the sights of Brière from the steeple of Saint-Lyphard, to visit the Maison de la Mariée and the village of Kerhinet and its charming thatched cottages…

What to see and do:

  • The remains of the Ranrouët Fortress,
  • The Château de la Brétesche,
  • Thatched cottages of Brière,
  • La Maison de la Mariée,
  • Lots of menhirs and dolmens…

If you are looking for a mobile home to rent near Brière Park, contact the Campsite at:  02 40 01 74 98 to find out what’s available.

Consult +info on Brière Park

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9 am to 12 noon and 2 pm to 5 pm (closed to the public on Tuesday afternoons).