We recommend

English

Iodized air and discovery of oyster beds in the Gulf of Morbihan

The team of Lodge Kerisper, offers an unusual hike in October. His partner, Ivan Selo oyster farmer, invites you to an introduction to the know-how of this traditional craft in the Gulf of Morbihan. You will embark in a barge, Rhythm of the Tides, for a walk to the oyster beds, and Ivan will detail the life of an oyster, its environment, the fragility and functioning of an ecosystem. Finally, a tasting is planned on board!

 

Discover the Marine Museum in the citadel of Port-Louis with a spectacular view

Located in one of the most beautiful French citadels, this museum in Port-Louis tells tales of sea rescues and archaeological treasures.

The Musée de la Marine (Marine Museum) in Port-Louis is located on an exceptional and incredibly well-preserved site, one of the most beautiful citadels in France. From the top of the ramparts of this jewel of military architecture, there's a spectacular view of Lorient Harbour and the isle of Groix. The museum offers a wonderful collection of ships, armaments and historical models. The Arsenal Room has beautiful model ships of the period, paintings and sculptures showing French marine history from the 17th to 20th centuries. The Poudriere Room boasts a large collection of armaments. You'll learn about extraordinary sea rescues, past and present. The themed area “Trésors d’Océan” will plunge you in the heart of underwater archaeology with the magnificent “Goddio” donation and the Mauritius collection: the story of sunken cargos along the Clipper Route to the Far East.

Visit the Gulf of Morbihan and its 42 islands

Considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world, the Gulf of Morbihan is a magical place on the shores of La Trinité sur Mer. In solo or with family or friends, you can embark aboard the Angelus boat on departure of Locmariaquer to discover the Mor-Bihan, "small sea" in Breton, where are mixed unusual landscapes, an archipelago of islands (island of Monks, island of Arz) and islands, fishermen hamlets and many birds. The Lodge Kerisper team is at your disposal to organize your excursion.

Saint-Cado and the Ria d'Etel, between land and sea

A sheltered bay dotted with islets, the Ria d'Etel with its 22 km2 is one of the most beautiful sites of Morbihan. The islet of Saint-Cado, a hamlet connected to the land by a stone bridge, will seduce you with its typical fishermen's houses, its romanesque chapel with the portal of the sixteenth century. This exceptional place for its landscapes, its fauna and its flora is located near the Lodge Kerisper.