Gulf of Morbihan
Located in the breton department that bears its name, the Gulf of Morbihan (meaning "small sea" in breton) is an inland sea with many islands and islets. The legend tells the Gulf was created by the tears of the exiled fairies from the mythical forest of Brocéliande, which then threw away their crowns that became the islands.
Set in a land of myths and folklore, the Gulf of Morbihan is a reknown destination for its magnificent landscapes, between seas and lands. The architectural heritage is also an important aspect of the region, with places such as the Château de Suscinio, house to the dukes of Brittany, the roman abbey of Saint-Gildas-de-Rhuys and the old city of Vannes.
Sailing aficionados, hiking enthusiasts, come and explore the land of the Morbihan next to your campsite the Seven Saints.