Are you planning to travel to west part of France?
Land side or sea side, Morbihan is rich in unmissable sites for your discovery of the department. Island getaway, small towns of character or monumental architecture, there is so much to see and explore… the hardest part will perhaps be choosing…
Belle Île en Mer
The largest island in Morbihan! Take the boat and head for Belle île, the largest island in Ponant, to discover its natural and preserved spaces, its wild coast and its cliffs, the dunes of Donnant and the moors, on foot, by bike or even by car. Without forgetting the impressive citadel designed by Vauban which welcomes you to the port.
Vannes, ville médiévale
Between the peninsulas of Quiberon and Rhuys, Vannes shelters, behind its 15th century ramparts, half-timbered houses and cobbled streets. To visit: the Château de l’Hermine, the tower and Saint-Pierre cathedral, without forgetting the History and Archeology museum.
La péninsule de Quiberon
Connected to the continent by a thin strip of land, the Quiberon peninsula is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, only a few meters (22 at the narrowest point) make this ancient island a peninsula. A very popular seaside resort, you can enjoy the joys of the sea. The peninsula is also well known for its thalassotherapy centers.