Must see attractions in Golfe du Morbihan

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    Naia Museum

    This fascinating, fantastical and intriguing museum is a delightful and thought-provoking place, displaying eccentric – and some downright creepy and…

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    Alignements de Kerlescan

    This is the easternmost of the major groups, a smaller grouping which is also accessible for exploration in winter. You can also find the dolmen de…

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    Jardins des Remparts

    These beautifully manicured gardens lie just outside the walls of the town and are a gorgeous place to relax and take in some astonishing views.

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    Plage des Grands Sables

    This rather epic 2km-long stretch of sand spans the calm waters of the island's eastern flank.

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    Église Notre-Dame-de-la-Tronchaye

    Originally dating to the 10th century, this handsome church is famed for (and named after) a statue of the Virgin Mary discovered by a shepherdess in the…

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    Musée de Poupées

    Part of the grounds of the Château de Josselin, this quirky museum has a collection of more than 3000 vintage dolls and puppets amassed by Herminie de…

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    Moulin de Kermaux

    The stumpy remains of this old windmill now serve as an observation point over the Alignements de Kermario.

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    Grande Plage

    Grande Plage is a long, family-friendly and attractive, sheltered sweep of sand; bathing spots towards the peninsula's tip are less crowded.

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    Plage de Donnant

    This lovely beach on the west side of the island is secluded, but swimming is very dangerous due to riptides.

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    Plage d'Herlin

    This small, sheltered beach on the south coast of the island is a good choice for young kids.