Discover Morbihan in southern Brittany
La Roche-Bernard and the Vilaine estuary
Just 10 minutes from Pénestin, La Roche Bernard is a meeting place for maritime and river navigation in the heart of the Vilaine. The port can accommodate more than 500 boats.
The city was founded by the Vikings around 919: the history of the City can be read in its old quarter, on the port, at the Castle... So much wealth is to be discovered!
Come dive into history and go back in time to the era of the barons and the sailing navy!
The artisan village of Rochefort-en-Terre
Discover this unmissable village in Southern Brittany, a magnificent Little City of Character elected favorite village of the French in .
From the castle, to the old stone houses, this village will charm you with its many workshops of craftsmen, but also delicacies...
35 min drive / 40 km
Branféré Animal Park
Discover the harmony and tranquility of an extraordinary place a hundred miles from the traditional zoological concept.
With its water points connected by waterfalls, its vast meadows, its islands and its undergrowth, the park offers over 40 hectares a vast space of freedom for the many animal species that live there: Niger giraffe, ring-tailed lemur, crane du Paradis, tamarin, maned wolf, red panda, hyacinth macaw...
A parcabout to have fun, relax and discover new sensations: Observe the animals in complete freedom and in complete safety from several meters high among the trees of Branféré. Adventure within everyone’s reach.
Bird show and numerous activities from April to the end of September. Catering on site.
Branféré, an exceptional meeting place between man and animal, a place of wonder and discovery dedicated to respect for nature.
Open from February to November
Tickets at preferential rates at the campsite reception.
25-minute drive / 25 km
Vannes and the Gulf of Morbihan
Vannes, city of art and history, it has a prestigious past dating back 2000 years with its cathedral, its museum of the Cohue, its ramparts and the old washhouses. We walk there with happiness! The parks, the Oceanic and Tropical Aquarium will color your stay with exoticism.
High cultural place, concentration of exhibitions, concerts, festivals and events throughout the year, Vannes is adorned with a thousand colors and offers everyone a moment of escape!
45-minute drive / 50 km
Located on the Armorican Atlantic coast, the Gulf of Morbihan, "little sea" in Breton, gave its name to the department.
This small inland sea, closed by the Rhuys peninsula, covers some 100 km². A narrow passage, where the currents are violent, allows communication with the ocean.
Legend has it that there is one island per day of the year but only about thirty are inhabited. Its mild, sunny climate and the beauty of its jagged coasts make the Gulf of Morbihan a renowned tourist destination.
Carnac and its alignments
6000 years old, the megalithic site of Carnac is a high place of European prehistory.
These some 3000 menhirs are spread over 40 hectares and 4 kilometers long according to an architectural organization. The whole of Carnac constitutes one of the first monumental stone architectures in Europe.
The sites are open to the public in winter from October 1 to March 31 and accessible in summer exclusively for conference visits.
About 1 hour drive / 80 km