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TOURISM IN BRITTANY

AN ENVIRONMENT RICH IN ACTIVITIES AND DISCOVERIES

Hike along our coasts and fall in love with our beaches and coves! Succumb to the colours of the ocean and go on a voyage of discovery to the islands, each one more surprising than the last! Build happy memories of your visits to the megaliths, chapels, cities full of character and the beaches or countryside – so many new places to discover !

DISCOVER CARNAC...

Known worldwide for its alignments, Carnac is located at the gateway to the Morbihan. It is a land of fascinating legends but also a charming resort that will seduce you upon your arrival. Whether you're heading interested in the local history or enjoying the beach, you will end up falling in love with Carnac and its 5 sandy beaches, spa and many water activities.

SAINT GOUSTAN

Enjoy visiting this small charming harbour, with its granite pier and rounded cobblestones leading to rows of half-timbered houses – it's a real gem. In the 16th century, the growth of St. Goustan, which was linked to its maritime activities, was particularly important. It was one of 3 major ports in South Brittany along with Hennebont and Quimperlé. The merchants built their warehouses and homes at St. Sauveur square, rue Neuve and rue du Petit Pont. Today, the port is a haven of peace, which becomes very lively in the evening and the perfect spot to settle down on the terrace.

VANNES

Enjoy discovering this city of art and history, where land and sea intermingle beautifully. Both historical and modern in turn, Vannes will seduce you with its ramparts lined with beautiful French gardens and its medieval centre. Go and spend some time in the heart of the historic city by meandering along its cobbled streets, admiring the timber framed houses and the port.

THE GULF OF MORBIHAN

The Gulf of Morbihan, or Mor bihan in Breton, means 'small sea'. This small inland sea is considered to be one of the most beautiful bays in the world, dotted with its many islands and islets such as the île aux moines and the l'île d'arz. Lovers of nature and history will be fascinated by the richness of the heritage. Indulging your hobbies: hiking, sea kayaking, paddling, sea fishing, cruise and travel between the islands.

Quiberon and islands

Connected with the continent by the isthmus of Penthièvre, the peninsula of Quiberon will know how to seduce you by its magnificent wild coast. A unique show where cliffs and creeks liven up according to winds and tides. A small gourmet break is imperative to discover delicious specialities: les niniches (candies), le salidou (salted butter caramel) or cans of sardines Ideal starting point towards the islands of Houat, Hoëdic or still Belle-Île-en-Mer.
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