The Rhuys Peninsula
Relaxation and discoveries on the Breton coast
During your stay, lose yourself on the Rhuys Peninsula, famous for its château, once home to the Dukes of Brittany and now open to visitors under the name Château de Suscinio.
This colourful peninsula stretches out over 25 kilometres and owes its name to Saint Gildas, a monk who founded a Celtic abbey at the end of the 6th century.
With countless vestiges to its momentous past, this peninsula at the heart of the Gulf of Morbihan invites you to experience the full range of sensations and emotions with your family or friends in the fresh air, on land or at sea. Set out to discover the gulf by kayak or boat, or explore the wild landscapes by bike or on foot. Either way, allow yourself to feel the power of the fresh air or mighty sea as part of an unrivalled break in Southern Brittany.