- guide to Morbihan
- towns in Morbihan
- Morbihan Hotels
- Morbihan Tourist Attractions
- Morbihan Gites
Morbihan tourist informationwhere to go - what to see - what to do
On the south coast of Brittany lies Morbihan - with over 800km of fine sandy beaches, rugged coastline, rivers and estuaries.
The climate is milder here with wooded valleys and the legendary inland forest of La Broceliande. The well-preserved medieval centre of Vannes has great appeal with its half-timbered houses, shops & bars and creperies.
Not far from Vannes are the prehistoric megaliths that rise from the sea & fields in Carnac and the Golfe du Morbihan.
From here you can take a boat to Belle-Ile-en-Mer for walks along the Cote Sauvage with its panoramic views.
Surfers, climbers, divers and fishermen are also drawn to the clear waters & natural beauty of this coast, known for its oyster production.
- Island of Belle-Ile - hire a bike from the port of Le Palais to appreciate the wild Atlantic coast and the more fertile landward side of this beautiful island.
- Prehistoric Monuments in Carnac - discover the mysterious ancient granite rocks of Carnac which date back to 4000 BC.
- Medieval Chateau Josselin - take a tour of the 19th century medieval chateau which overlooks the river Oust or head to Kerguehennec, west of Josselin for the modern sculpture park.
- Excellent beaches at Isle de Houat - head to the island of Houat - popular for its authentic charm and sheltered beaches.
Hôtel Men Er Vro
( Hotel )
22 Rue Du Port Haliguen Quiberon 56170
Located 5 minutes away from the beach, this charming hotel with a warm atmosphere welcomes you in a lovely Breton house made ...
( Hotel )
27, Boulevard Franchet-D'esperey Lorient 56100
Between Carnac and Pont-Aven, the Cléria hotel invites you in Lorient, Southern Brittany. Ideally located in the heart of the...
( Hotel )
Rue Emile Jourdan Quartier Menimur Vannes 56000
The Ibis Vannes hotel welcomes you in the Golfe du Morbihan, just 2 kilometres from Vannes, an historic city. It features ai...