Whether you prefer Culture and Leisure, Sports and Nature or Relaxation and Well-being, discover a rich and varied historical and natural heritage, reflecting a Brittany full of contrasts and surprises.
Visit Brittany's Towns of Art and History and Character... Discover the secret of the menhir alignments at Carnac... Stroll along the coastline of the Rhuys peninsula... Play Robinson Crusoe for a day on the islands of the Golfe du Morbihan... Spend an exotic day with your family at the Zoo...
Give an exotic touch to your stay in Southern Brittany and visit the Branféré animal and botanical park. This is a great idea for a family outing during your camping holiday.
Discover more than 120 species of animals living in semi-freedom in the 40-hectare animal park.
The lives of animals from 5 continents will hold no secrets for you!
The African plain plunges you into the heart of the savannah with its oryx, zebras, giraffes, ostriches, wildebeest and kudu.
Don't miss: the Parcabout tree top adventure, a thrilling experience 8 metres above the ground, with great views over the African plain.
From April to November, the Parc zoologique de Branféré offers visitors an amazing bird show: the aerial ballet of eagles, storks and parrots.
Vannes, the capital of Morbihan, has all the charms of an authentic medieval Breton city. Fortified since the Middle Ages and a favourite holiday destination of the Dukes of Brittany, Vannes has more than 2,000 years of history to tell you about.
Walk along the ramparts of the walled city and stroll along the cobbled streets leading to Saint Pierre Cathedral (11th century) or through the city's flower-filled gardens. Admire the beautiful timber-framed houses lining the narrow streets of the Saint Patern district.
Don't miss a visit to :
- The Butterfly Garden
- The Ocean Aquarium
- The Museum of Archaeology or the Museum of Fine Arts
Don't miss: a cruise to the islands of the Golfe du Morbihan from the port of Vannes.
Don't miss: local flavours and produce at the Vannes markets, held on Wednesday and Saturday mornings in the old town.