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Natural treasures of South Morbihan
The Gulf of Morbihan
The Gulf of Morbihan is one of the most beautiful bays in the world. This small inland sea is home to some forty islands that dot the ocean. On land, the groves, forests and moors of Lavaux are the place for all walks in the open air. Among the essentials of Morbihan, the beaches and sheltered coves of the Rhuys peninsula will offer you breathtaking views. Walks, swimming and idleness are on the program for your next vacation at Camping by Kernéjeune.
Briere Natural Park
Marshes, bogs and groves together form a unique natural territory, shaped little by little by man with the greatest respect for the area. This territory is home to an incredible biodiversity recognized for its heritage value. During your visit discover the fauna and flora, but also the traditional activities, such as the exploitation of salt or the profession of thatcher.
In Morbihan, more than 2 kilometers of paths invite you to discover. On foot, by bike or on horseback, choose escape and wild nature during your holidays in Brittany.
- Stroll along the Vilaine
Set off on foot along this river steeped in history, which winds its way through verdant nature.
- In the footsteps of the Templars
From Camping from Kernéjeune, Lantiern is accessible on foot via the pretty circuit of the hills of Vilaine.
- The GR 34
The GR 34 is obviously waiting for you for a hike around the Gulf of Morbihan. Breathtaking landscapes and guaranteed fun.
- The GR 38
Follow the route of the GR 38 to better discover the interior of Morbihan. The forests and moors are incredibly beautiful.
- The greenway of the Nantes-Brest canal
112 kilometers of the Vélodyssée crosses Morbihan by the Nantes-Brest canal. An ideal opportunity to share unique moments on a bike ride with loved ones.
By mountain bike, the loop of the Quibéron peninsula is a superb 15 kilometer circuit. Between Mès and Vilaine, from the banks of the Vilaine to the ocean, passing through salt marshes and forests, a 50 kilometer circuit is perfect for discovering authentic Brittany.
At sea or in fresh water, casting or on foot... Fishing is a must in Morbihan. At sea, bass and predators await offshore fishermen. On the foreshore, the joys of fishing on foot attract young and old. In fresh water, carp, trout, pike and bleak abound in rivers and ponds.
Sailing and nautical pleasures
Morbihan is ideal for succumbing to nautical pleasures. Everything is possible. Sailing, paddleboarding, sea kayaking and even surfing and scuba diving… Ask your hosts for information. Finally, take to the open sea and treat yourself to a cruise to Hoedic, the island of Houat and Belle-Île-en-Mer.
Capital of Morbihan Regional Natural Park, Vannes has a thousand-year-old history. Today, its ramparts, the Cohue, Saint-Pierre cathedral, the half-timbered houses and their corbels, but also the port are an invitation to explore.
At the mouth of the Vilaine, Arzal once made the link between the ocean, the river and the Breton canals. Its history is cradled by trade, fishing and maritime and river transport.
Lantiern and the chapel of Saint Jean-Baptiste
Lantern is an old stage of the paths of Santiago de Compostela. Its Saint Jean-Baptiste chapel is the pride of the inhabitants. It was built by the order of the Templars.
Shoulder is a jewel of Breton architectural heritage. The courtyard of Couëtguel, the deanery, the wells, fountains, bread ovens and sundials, are so many marvels to discover throughout a walk in the alleys.
Damgan and Kervoyal
Between the Rhuys peninsula and the mouth of the Vilaine, Damgan will delight lovers of large sandy beaches and the ocean. The town of Kervoyal, nicknamed the Pearl, offers two beaches sheltered from the westerly wind. They are ideal for swimming, paddleboarding and shore fishing.
Parks and museums
- The Kerbourg dolmen
In Saint-Lyphard, not far from the mill, the Kerbourg dolmen takes you on an encounter with Celtic legends
- Branfere Park
At the same time an animal, botanical and leisure park, this environmental education center of the Nicolas Hulot School is an essential stopover for all nature lovers.
- The Vilaine Maritime Museum
In La Roche-Bernard, at the top of the old port, the Basses-Fosses castle tells the story of the inhabitants. It is intimately linked to that of the Vilaine and the ocean.
- The House of the Bee
Rémy Lucas is the shepherd of the bees. He welcomes you and makes you discover the life of bees and beekeeping, but also all the products of the hive.
- The Prahor garden
Discover dozens of plant and animal species in this ecological garden in Arzal. Admire the collections of lotuses, water lilies, bamboos and other exotic plants, as well as koi carp and frogs.
- The Arzal botanical trail
A walk in this green setting will make you discover all the magnificent species that inhabit this corner of Brittany so preserved.
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