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What to do in Morbihan

Situated in the southern part of Brittany, Morbihan is full of treasures to discover between land and sea. From its picturesque landscapes to its historical and cultural heritage, not to mention the wide range of activities on offer, this is the ideal destination for a memorable holiday, with family, friends or as a couple. To make the most of your stay and explore all the wonders of this region, the Domaine de Locguénolé & Spa is the perfect starting point.

Discover Breton culture in Lorient

The grounds of Domaine de Locguénolé offer travellers a peaceful, bucolic atmosphere. It opens onto a breathtaking view of the ria du Blavet, the mouth of which is just a few kilometres away in Lorient. A dynamic port city focused on the ocean and the sea ocean racingIt has been awarded the Ville d'Art et d'Histoire (Town of Art and History) label. Soak up Celtic culture during the Interceltic Festival, and join the thousands of visitors it attracts every year. Explore the Compagnie des Indes museum and sample fresh seafood at the Halles de Merville market for a Breton start to your stay.

Sailing to the island of Groix

Embark on one of the most beautiful cruises in Morbihan, departing from Lorient for the island of Groix. Enjoy the Plage des Grands Sables, the many sheltered coves, cycle along the coastline and visit the charming village of Port-Tudy. Discovering this natural gem makes for a perfect day trip. In the evening, return to Domaine de Locguénolé, enjoy dinner at the gourmet restaurant L'Inattendu or the bistro La Maison Alyetteas an echo of this journey between land and sea.

Explore the Côte Sauvage and the beaches of Carnac

Continue your Morbihan adventure by heading for the beaches of Carnac, which can be reached in less than 45 minutes by car from our hotel. The fine sandy beaches of Saint-Colomban and Ty Bihan are particularly popular for their crystal-clear waters and family atmosphere. The Côte Sauvage, with its cliffs and hidden coves, offers a breathtaking natural spectacle. After a day of exploring, return to the refined comfort at Domaine de Locguénoléwhere calm and serenity await you.

Immerse yourself in history in Vannes

Like Lorient, Vannes is a must-see during a holiday. stay in Morbihan. Take advantage of Domaine de Locguénolé's proximity to this medieval town to wander through its cobbled streets, admire the half-timbered houses and visit the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre. Don't miss the Jardins des Remparts for a peaceful stroll, and La Cohue, the town's fine arts museum, if it rains.

Visit the megalithic sites

Morbihan is renowned beyond our borders for the archaeological treasures that have been unearthed. The lands of Southern Brittany are home to some of the most impressive megalithic sites in the world. The alignments of Carnac, Locmariaquer and Gavrinis are fascinating testimonies to prehistoric times, which you can discover during your stay at Domaine de Locguénolé. 

Water sports in Quiberon

The Quiberon peninsula is a mecca for water sports. Surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing and diving are just some of the activities you can try on Grande Plage and Port Bara. After a day full of thrills, return to your luxurious cocoon at the 4-star hotel near Lorient to recharge your batteries in total peace and quiet.

Morbihan offers a multitude of activities and discoveries to suit all tastes. Visit Domaine de Locguénolé & Spawith its enchanting setting and top-of-the-range facilities, is the ideal place to recharge your batteries after a busy day.

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