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Tourism in Morbihan

La Trinité-sur-Mer and its port

On vacation at camping Kernano, would you like to do some sightseeing in Morbihan ?

Discover La Trinité-sur-Mer in Morbihan and its famous harbor, home to pleasure yachts and sport multihulls: home to some of the world’s greatest sailors, including Éric Tabarly and Olivier de Kersauson!

In La Trinité-sur-Mer, you’ll also be charmed by the old fishing port, the fish market and the picturesque streets of the historic center. Finally, take a stroll along the customs path to admire the beaches and salt marshes, and enjoy a host ofwater sports activities for all the family!

Quiberon Bay

Your vacation in Saint-Philibert will be the perfect opportunity to discover Quiberon, 25 km from the Kerarno campsite. Stretching from Locmariaquer to Quiberon, the Bay of Quiberon offers breathtaking maritime panoramas, a must-see during your stay at a 4-star campsite by the sea in Southern Brittany.

Succumb to the charm of the Côte Sauvage de Quiberon and the many white sandy beaches and turquoise waters ofone of the world’s most beautiful bays.

During your stay near Quiberon, explore the coastal paths on foot or by bike and discover a natural landscape shaped by erosion: the Arche de Port Blanc, coves, rocks and coastal cliffs.
During your vacation near the Gulf of Morbihan, visit Carnac and discover the megalithic site. Enjoy a wide range of sporting activities in Quiberon Bay, including sailing, kayaking, sand yachting, surfing and fishing.

discover carnac and its menhirs

Discover the port city of Lorient

Lorient is one of Morbihan’s top tourist destinations, famous for its Interceltic Festival and the Éric Tabarly Sailing City. On vacation in South Finistère, plan a day of shopping in Lorient town center!
Take advantage of your getaway to visit theformer submarine base. Then travel back in time to the Compagnie des Indes museum, housed in the Port-Louis citadel.

Discover Carnac and its menhirs

A must-visit destination in Morbihan, Carnac is a unique place to visit, with its alignments of menhirs stretching as far as the eye can see. The significance of these standing stone fields continues to captivate Neolithic historians and archaeologists.

Exciting for children, a visit to Carnac can also inspire vocations! Don’t miss a break on one of Carnac’s five beautiful beaches for a spot of swimming or windsurfing.

Visit Locmariaquer

Between the Gulf of Morbihan and Quiberon Bay, Locmariaquer is one of the places to visit during your stay in South Finistère.

Thisauthentic Breton village is a must-see tourist site, home to an exceptional megalithic complex. For a feast for the eyes, head for the Pointe de Kerpenhir and its unique panorama of the ocean.
Locmariaquer also offers a wide range of family activities, starting with fishing on high tide days!

Discover Saint-Dégan and its ecomuseum

Want to discover thehistory of Morbihan during your vacation in South Finistère?

Visit the Pays d’Auray Ecomuseum in the village of Saint-Dégan. Choose between self-guided or guided tours, and take part in a wide range of activities inspired by traditional Breton know-how: straw braiding, Breton dancing, buckwheat porridge or churned butter making…

So many moments to share with the whole family during a day of sightseeing in Morbihan!

Visit Île aux Moines

The largest island in the Gulf of Morbihan,Ile aux Moines is a popular stopover for seabirds and tourists alike.
There’s a wide range of activities to choose from, from simple hiking and water sports to lazing around and swimming on the beaches. Ile aux Moines is a refreshingly different destination, with its many treasures including fishermen’s cottages and Neolithic remains.

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