A peaceful shelter, the climate in the Gulf of Morbihan is mild and sunny. It opens onto the Bay of Quiberon through a narrow passage between Locmariaquer and Port Navalo. At high tide, the currents are incredibly strong.
The sea enters the Gulf here and its true mazes of coves, points, rocks and numerous islands. The Gulf counts 300 islands, approximately thirty of which are inhabited.
Two of them form a township: Arz and Ile-aux-Moines. Discover the Gulf of Morbihan by boat or from one of its shores. You will be surprised by the various and unusual scenery that change with the tides and weather.