This fascinating, fantastical and intriguing museum is a delightful and thought-provoking place, displaying eccentric – and some downright creepy and…
Must see attractions in Golfe du Morbihan
- NNaia Museum
- AAlignements 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…
- JJardins 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.
- PParc du Château de Rochefort-en-Terre
Unfortunately, the Château itself is not open to visitors, though you can wander through its attractive, landscaped gardens.
- GGrotte de l'Apothicairerie
The huge Grotte de l'Apothicairerie is formed from two caves where waves roll in from both sides.
- PPlage des Grands Sables
This rather epic 2km-long stretch of sand spans the calm waters of the island's eastern flank.
- AAlignements de Kermario
Parts of this array of menhirs – containing 1029 stones – is open all year round.
- ÉÉglise 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…
- MMusée 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…
- MMoulin de Kermaux
The stumpy remains of this old windmill now serve as an observation point over the Alignements de Kermario.
- GGrande Plage
Grande Plage is a long, family-friendly and attractive, sheltered sweep of sand; bathing spots towards the peninsula's tip are less crowded.
- PPlage de Donnant
This lovely beach on the west side of the island is secluded, but swimming is very dangerous due to riptides.
- PPlage d'Herlin
This small, sheltered beach on the south coast of the island is a good choice for young kids.