Tourism - Morbihan

Morbihan is a French department that is part of the Bretagne region. It is surrounded by the departments of Finistere, Côtes d’Armor, Ille-et-Vilaine and Loire-Atlantique, and it is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. The main cities are Vannes, Lorient, Pontivy.

Morbihan is famous for the Menhirs in Carnac, the Quiberon peninsula, its coastline and its beaches. The islands facing Morbihan are Iles aux Moines, Ile d'Arz, Ile de Groix, Ile Houat, Ile Hoëdic and Belle-Ile-en-mer. A visit on these islands allows a great breath of fresh air as well as an opportunity to escape from the main land.

There is always a place to visit on the coastline or inland with: La cite de la Voile Eric Tabarly in Lorient, the historical city centre of Vannes, Saint-Anne d’Auray, Pontivy and its half-timbered houses.

Top tourist cities in Morbihan


Tourism Vannes

Vannes is located on the northern shore of the gulf of Morbihan. The city in the south of the Breton coastline, between the gulf of Morbihan and the Lanvaux in the north. Vannes is in between land and sea, 10 miles away from the Atlantic ocean but still on the land. ...

Must : Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Cohue, Musée d'histoire et d'archéologie du Château Gaillard


Tourism Lorient

Lorient is a French town located in the Morbihan department and the Bretagne region. It is the fourth most populated town in Bretagne as its population counts about 58,000 inhabitants. Lorient enjoys mild weather in winter and temperate weather in summer. Sights ...


Tourism Pontivy

Pontivy is located in the department of Morbihan and the Bretagne area. Pontivy is according to its inhabitants a rather calm and pleasant city. One finds there, in addition to several various historic buildings, a cinema, a village hall, a discotheque, a bowling, a ...