Walks and hikes around carnac

Visit holidays in CarnacThe region's coastal and rural landscapes are a pleasure to explore. There are plenty of walks and nature hikes to choose from. On foot or by bike, come and discover the different escapades available in Carnac and the surrounding area. the Gulf of Morbihan.

Cycling in and around Carnac

In Morbihan, cycling is an ideal way to get out and about. It's a simple and fun way to discover the riches of the Morbihan countryside. Morbihan and Carnac landscapes between vegetation and coastline. On holiday at our camping in CarnacTake advantage of our two-wheeled tours to discover the region thanks to the numerous cycle paths and greenways. You can then drive through Carnac with complete peace of mind, la Trinité-sur-Merthe Quiberon Bay and even skirt the slopes of the Golfe du Morbihan. Visit seasideCycling is very popular here. The new Boulevard de la Plage, due to be completed in 2020, will make traffic even more accessible. In the company of pedestrians, you can contemplate the sea, its rocks and dunes. Visit the five beaches of Carnac is also possible. From Beaumer beach, you can access the Grande Plage, then go along the Légenèse and Ty Bihan beaches before finishing at Saint-Colomban beach.

Cycling routes to discover Carnac

Thanks to our rental service available directly at the campsite, you can take advantage of full days of cycling. À Carnac, qui compte parmi les plus beaux coins du golfe du Morbihan, plusieurs circuits sont proposés pour des escapades enrichissantes et agréables. Pour une historical discovery of Carnacthe tour not to be missed is undoubtedly that of the Tro Vaz. With a length of 14 kilometres, it allows you to explore the various megalithic sites avec leurs 3000 menhirs. En longeant à vélo les différents alignements comme ceux du Ménec, de Kerlescan et de Kermario, vous embarquez pour un moment précieux hors du temps.
De son côté, the Marais circuitThe 8-kilometre route takes you through the Carnac countryside. Starting from the village, you can begin by visiting the church of Saint Cornélyone of the most beautiful religious sites in Morbihan. On this tour, you can explore the surrounding villages such as Kergouellec with its pond, and the Cloucarnac along the old Roman road. It's an opportunity to spend some time in the countryside, away from the usual tracks close to the beach.

Hiking trails in the Gulf of Morbihan

If you want to get away from the bike, walking is another activity not to be missed. The Gulf of Morbihan offers magnificent walks to admire its striking landscapes and wild nature. To tour the Gulf, the GR34 is for you. Starting from Locmariaquer 13 kilometres from Carnac, you follow the bay on a 16-stage trail. Between 8 and 20 kilometres long, each stage is an opportunity to admire the moorland, old fishermen's cottages, megaliths and flower-filled corners along the way. Thanks to the GR34 stages, you can discover some of the most beautiful spots in the Gulf of Morbihan: Baden, Arradon.., Sarzeau, Arzon... And to finish on a high note, what could be better than a trip to the discover the largest islands in the Gulf ? L'Île aux Moines and l'île d'Arzaccessible by boat, are popular tourist destinations for their character and scenery. If you're looking for wild coves, coastal paths and hiking trails, you'll find some great opportunities. walks by the sea. Ideal for enjoying the view of one of the most beautiful bays in the world.

Campsite Les Bruyères de Carnac

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