The Gulf of Morbihan just close to Quiberon

The Gulf of Morbihan is a bay adorned with wonderful little resorts that welcome you for a relaxing stay and a change of scene. The landscapes will fascinate you with its charming decorations that vary with the rhythm of the tides and the vagaries of time.

The prosperity of its natural environments with sometimes steep characters, sometimes sandy or cutting makes of the Gulf of Morbihan a shelter, a refuge for countless birds that you will observe with each passage! A quick tour to explore this little corner between land and sea!

The Gulf of Morbihan, an extraordinarily magical bay

A quiet place, haven of peace, the Gulf of Morbihan has a climate of sweetness and incomparable sunshine. It faces the Bay of Quiberon and is connected to it by a passage between Locmariaquer and Port Navalo.

The waters of the Atlantic Ocean flowing into the Gulf have established for centuries an authentic archipelago, a rare corner where land and sea marry perfectly. The Gulf of Morbihan is among the top of the most beautiful bays in the world.

What are the islands of the Gulf of Morbihan?

According to legend, the Gulf of Morbihan has as many islands as days in the year ... In fact, it hosts only 40 islands of which 30 are populated. In the center of the Gulf of Morbihan, there are two fairly large islands that make up the municipality of the island of Arz and Ile-aux-Moines. If you want to visit them, know that there are shipping companies suggesting cruises from Locmariaquer, Vannes and Port Blanc.

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