When you think of the Morbihan, the Carnac Alignments, its wild coast and the islands of the Gulf of Morbihan. The Morbihan Guide will make you discover a plenitude of wonders on this coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Creeks, cliffs, sea bays, unusual fine sand beaches, marina, regional natural park, castles. So many enchanting landscapes which enchant the strolls of the inhabitants and visitors. It is the perfect destination for family holidays or excursions. If you want to laze around: think about thalassotherapy in the Morbihan, they will take great care to bring all the benefits of the sea to your body. You must not forget the richness of its land and its past (of which there are many legends) that men have known how to preserve at all times. The most popular places: Quiberon, the port of Crouesty, Billiers... Vannes, the ancient city of Morbihan has preserved an incredible charm which makes the city travel through history. The citadel of Port-Louis, the ramparts of Hennebont or the Fort Bloqué of Ploemeur... that millennia-old architecture that draws a land rich in its ancestors and proud of its battles! The submarine base of Keroman, now converted into a museum, remains a reflection of the military past of the city of Lorient. The Morbihan is the host of several cruises and campsites, its beauty is recognized by travel enthusiasts who come in particular to enjoy boating in the heart of nature, because there, it is the school of life. A maritime country par excellence, with more than 800 kilometres of coastline, rich in rivers, canals and numerous inland seas. The Morbihan, king of tourism in Brittany, offers a wide range of water activities such as kayaking, based on a network of professionals and enthusiasts.

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When do we leave? With boots and oilskin, the Morbihan Greenways (964.3 km of cycle paths on 22 greenways) can be enjoyed all year round. From March (for the most courageous) to September, you can swim in the 148 bathing spots of this destination. In the summer, at low tide, you can put on your swimming shoes to tickle the crabs and shells. At high tide, you can swim in deliciously fresh water at a pleasant temperature. For the gourmets, you can enjoy seafood all year round: the "étrille", oysters, the bernique and the Breton mussel, but also the famous andouille from Guémené in Brittany!

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