Rhuys peninsula, Port-Navalo

& the Port of Crouesty

Escape during your stay on the Rhuys peninsula

Famous for its castle, which was once the residence of the Dukes of Brittany which we now visit under the name of Suscinio CastleThis colourful 25-kilometre peninsula owes its name to Saint Gildas, a monk who founded a Celtic abbey at the end of the 6th century.

In addition to its strong historical past, the peninsula located in the heart of the Gulf of Morbihan welcomes you to experience all the thrills and sensations with your family or friends, in the air, on land or at sea. Explore the Gulf by kayak or sail, discover the wild landscapes by bike or on foot, take a first flight or dive for an unforgettable break. South Brittany.

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Port-Navalo, at the tip of the Rhuys peninsula

Located at the entrance to the Gulf of Morbihan, Port-Navalo (Porzh Noalou in Breton) is a famous fishing port dating back to the 20th century. Popular with tourists for its superb panoramic views of the interior of the Gulf, Port Navalo will amaze you and give you a change of scenery from the sumptuous Breton islands from this famous maritime gateway. Let yourself be guided aboard an old sailing ship and visit the many islands and islets that abound in the area. Morbihan Gulf.

Every year in summer, the Grandes régates de Port Navalo are organised to offer lovers of old riggings a majestic and unusual nautical ballet, perfectly visible from this old coastal fishing port, a stone's throw from Sarzeau and the Hôtel Lesage.

Port du Crouesty

The port of Crouesty is the perfect combination of a major port and an intimate, relaxing stopover. Discover its heritage, such as the megalithic site of Petit Mont, and stroll along the coastal paths. Numerous nautical events are held in the port of Crouesty, and the "Mille Sabords" boat show, dedicated to second-hand boats, is a not-to-be-missed event every first weekend in November. Looking out over the Bay of Quiberon and its islands, the Port of Crouesty is a great place to stop off for a breath of fresh air.

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