the most beautiful beaches in the gulf of morbihan

In Morbihan, the beaches are the best places to spend a good holiday. At Carnac or in the Gulf of MorbihanThe beaches are a source of beauty and delight for holidaymakers. Once you've arrived at Les Bruyères, our 3-star campsite in Southern BrittanyThere are so many ways to get to the beach.

Carnac's not-to-be-missed beaches

Between Quiberon Bay and the Gulf of MorbihanCarnac is the ideal place for a seaside holiday. But which beach should you choose?

Carnac's Grande Plage

With its two kilometres of sand, Carnac's Grande Plage is the most popular of the town's five beaches. Facing due south and awarded the Blue FlagIt is close to shops and restaurants. During the summer months, two holiday clubs are based here, offering a wide range of activities for children. Swimming is supervised and the beach is accessible to people with motor disabilities thanks to ramps and other adapted equipment.

The Beach of Légenèse

Popular with families, Légenèse Beach is located to the west of Carnac. More modest, it is sheltered from the wind and offers a more confidential but just as pleasant place. Thanks to the installation of the Marsouins club in the summer, children can enjoy sports activities. Adults can relax on the fine sand or in the water.

Ty Bihan Beach

Between the beaches of Légenèse and Saint-Colomban, Ty Bihan Beach offers an ideal view over Quiberon Bay. Facing due south, it stretches for around 400 metres. Although bathing is not supervised in summer, it is nevertheless popular with holidaymakers. Every summer, the Dauphins club comes to the beach to organise group games for children.

The beach at Saint-Colomban

The furthest west of Carnac, Saint-Colomban Beach attracts swimmers and board sports enthusiasts alike. All year round it offers windsurfing activities. Nestling in Quiberon Bay and far from other beaches, its 500-metre length offers greater tranquillity. The beach has been awarded the Blue Flag, and bathing is supervised during the summer months.

Beaumer Beach

On a camping holiday, it's great to visit Beaumer Beach for fishing on foot. With a bucket and a landing net, you can collect clams, cockles, razor clams and periwinkles. Bordering the Men Du beach in the commune of la Trinité-sur-MerIt's a great place for sunbathing, swimming and collecting shellfish.

Discover the beaches of the Gulf of Morbihan

Carnac's beaches are great for all kinds of activities, but you could also be tempted by the coastline of the Gulf of Morbihan. These include a large number of beaches, all of which are part of the region's wealth.
  • À At the entrance to the Gulf is available the Trois Fontaines beach between the pointe du Monteno and the pointe de Penbert. Between greenery and fine sand for pleasant picnics, the beach offers a glimpse of the island of Gavrinis.
  • À Valvesthe main town on the Gulf of Morbihan, the beaches of Mousterian (commune of Séné), of Conleau (at the end of the Conleau peninsula) ofArradon and Larmor-Baden are particularly popular.
  • Finally.., one of the most beautiful beaches in the Gulf of Morbihan : Sept-Îles beach, Baden. At low tide, the beach also offers access to the island of the same name.
  • À PlouharnelYou'll also find some beautiful beaches renowned for their waves, which attract many surfers.

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