Between the Gulf of Morbihan and the ocean
The administrative centre of the Rhuys Peninsula canton, the little town of Sarzeau is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Morbihan and its string of islands and to the south by the wilder Atlantic Coast, with its rocky beaches and headlands.
A municipality with a strong maritime and oyster-farming identity, Sarzeau has all you could wish for to spend a superb holiday in Southern Brittany. Enjoy the exceptional natural surroundings on the coast or further inland: follow the “Sentier des Douaniers” (“Customs Officers’ Path”) and take in the 200 species of bird to which the Le Duer Marsh is home, stroll along the many beaches, visit one of the sailing schools that invite visitors to escape on the waves of the Gulf or the ocean, try gathering seafood by hand...
The large number of bike paths will also allow you to see the many sides of the Rhuys Peninsula. From Port du Crouesty to the Château de Suscinio, passing the salt marshes of St Armel, the oyster farms of le Tour-du-Par and of course the Abbey of St-Gildas-de-Rhuys on your way: you can explore all the riches of the Peninsula by bike from Sarzeau town centre, where our hotel is located.