What is the real face of Morbihan? Its fascinating megaliths, the most famous of which form rows at Carnac, the charming gulf with its mild climate, or in the invigorating sea spray of the Quiberon peninsula? In truth, Morbihan is a magnificent compromise, where land and sea intermingle, and a superb playground where you can pratise water sports. Off the coast, Belle-Île, Brittany's largest island, is aptly named ("beautiful island"). Inland, discover the living soul of towns full of character such as Josselin and Le Faouët, as well as the majesty of the religious buildings, such as Kernascléden's remarkable church and its frescoes. Let's not forget the dynamic and convivial towns of Lorient and Vannes, by the sea.