Golfe du Morbihan

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This gulf, which is about 20km wide and dotted with sixty or so islands and islets, is famous for its beautiful scenery. The light at sunset is particularly memorable, even more so at low tide. Start on the west coast at the Pointe d'Arradon, going past the delightful resort of Larmor-Baden and the pretty port of Auray. The megalithic monuments of Locmariaquer mark the end of your trip, commanding lovely views of the gulf.

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Île aux Moines
Île aux Moines
This former monastic fiefdom is the
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Parc du Golfe
Parc du Golfe
This leisure complex is the ideal point
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Butterfly Garden
Butterfly Garden
Amidst the tropical trees and flower
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Vannes Aquarium
Vannes Aquarium
Fifty ponds in a natural habitat to make
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St-Vincent's Gate
St-Vincent's Gate
It is through this gate that one can
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Public Washing-places
Public Washing-places
These washing-places with long roofs,
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Île aux Moines
Île aux Moines
This former monastic fiefdom is the
0:30
Parc du Golfe
Parc du Golfe
This leisure complex is the ideal point
0:30
Butterfly Garden
Butterfly Garden
Amidst the tropical trees and flower
1:30
See all