Cairn de Petit Mont

Golfe du Morbihan

This broad neolithic tomb sits on the southern shore the Rhuys Peninsula, on the southern edge of the Golfe du Morbihan. Built between 4500 and 2500 BC, the mound offers sweeping views of the Golfe du Morbihan and the offshore islands. There is no public transport.

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