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How to get to us in Belle-Ile-en-mer

Getting to Belle-Ile-en-Mer There’s only one way to get to our island: by boat!

The island is 15 km from Quiberon. There are maritime connections between Belle-Ile and Quiberon all year round. Vannes, Port-Navalo and Locmariaquer are connected from April to October and with Le Croisic or La Turballe in July and August.

It is only possible to get across to Belle Ile with your car on board the boat from Quiberon.

Departure from Quiberon to Belle-Ile-en-Mer

La Compagnie Océane

Getting to Quiberon

You have three options to get to Quiberon:

Park in Quiberon to take the boat

The town of Quiberon has provided several parking spaces for tourists to leave their cars. These car parks are guarded and, for the more remote ones, free shuttles will take you to the pier. It is, however, recommended to reserve your parking in advance if you are coming during high season.

Parking des îles (Sémaphore) – 1300 places – 39 av Général de Gaule

Free shuttles to the pier.

Parking Sizorn – 80 places – 36 rue de Port Maria

No reservation required.

Parking located 200 m from the Gare Maritime de Quiberon

Links from Vannes or Port-Navalo to Belle-Ile-en-Mer

Three companies serve Vannes or Port Navalo. The crossing to Belle-Ile takes approximately 2 hours.

Departing from Vannes

  • By train: Vannes train station is a 25-minute walk from the pier.
  • By car: Vannes-sud, follow Parc des expositions Vannes-est, follow Parc du Golfe GPS: Allée Loïc Caradec, Vannes. To park your car, you can go to the Gulf Park – Free parking with no time limit.

Departing from Port Navalo

  • By car: In the town of Arzon, at the tip of the Rhuys Peninsula, follow Port-Navalo GPS: Rue Général de Gaulle, Arzon. Free parking near the pier, fees apply during summer. Sanso area, free parking. Free shuttle bus at the entrance to Arzon Information: “Living in Arzon” section

Three companies provide links to Vannes and Port Navalo

Links from Le Croisic or La Turballe to Belle-Ile-en-Mer

These destinations serve Belle-Ile in July and August only. The crossing takes approximately 2 hours 20 minutes. The boats leave in the morning, and return in the late afternoon.

A company provides links with Le Croisic or La Turballe:

Getting to Camping L’Océan

After disembarking at the port of Le Palais, take Quai Jacques Le Blanc, then Quai Gambetta. Continue along the Bassin de la Saline, head towards the aerodrome, and after 500 meters, turn left at the place called Rosboscer (campsite indicated). The journey by car takes 5 minutes; by foot, it takes 20 minutes. Distance from the Port of Le Palais: 1.5 km.

Our campsite is located 1.6 km from the port of Le Palais,

5 minutes by car
7 minutes by bike (beware, it’s uphill!)
15 to 20 minutes on foot

Feel free to give us a call if you would like any further instructions.

To sum up, when you get off the boat, you take the small shopping street opposite, and then you go straight on along the quays. Then, at the end of the quays, go straight on, and at the top of the hill, turn left into the cul-de-sac leading to the campsite.

To facilitate your journey, we organise free luggage transport between the ferry terminal and our campsite. The details can be found in the confirmation of your booking, and may be adapted for groups.

  • In low season: Saturdays and Sundays.
  • In high season: Saturdays and Sundays and certain days of the week

After offloading, you can easily walk for 15-20 minutes, at your own pace or that of your children.

Upon arrival, you can take the time to explore Le Palais while your luggage awaits you under supervision at the campsite’s reception.

For your departure, you can enjoy one final activity by leaving your luggage at the reception in the morning, and it will be delivered to the ferry terminal at the agreed-upon time.