Île aux Moines

In the campsite’s surroundings, discover the Île aux Moine,the biggest and most wooded ile in the Gulf of Morbihan. It is accessible by boat in a few minutes.

Its countryside will whisk you away, you will fall in love with the old town’s small floral alley and fishing houses. Scale the island’s 14km of trails, whether by foot or bike.

Visit Île-aux-Moines during your holidays

Exotic, Île aux Moines is nicknamed for its beauty the “pearl of the Gulf of Morbihan”. Its dimensions favor a visit on foot or by bike. 14 km of green trails run through it. A remarkable little built heritage is to discover, which tells in its own way the history of places: houses with thatched roofs, church, chapels, crucifixes and fountains. You will also discover on Île aux Moines important Neolithic vestiges: the cromlech of Kergonan, one of the largest in Europe, and the Penhap dolmen, particularly well preserved. Another pleasant site to visit with the family, the park of the castle of Guerric which shelters the chapel Sainte-Anne built at the end of the 17th century. After a visit to the oyster farm and oyster tasting, you can also enjoy the beaches and numerous water sports offered on the island. In summer, do not miss the unmissable rendezvous of the island aux Moines: the musical Escales and the Festival of Sailing.

The landscapes of Ile-aux-Moines

Every day of the year, a shuttle bus will take you to Île aux Moines from Port Blanc, with departures every 30 minutes. This small island with a perimeter of 17 km has an exceptional natural heritage to discover ideally during walks, hikes or bike tours. Bicycles can be rented on site. On Île aux Moines alternate heather hills, small woods with charming names and pretty beaches that reveal themselves at the bend of a path. Cross-shaped island baptized by the monks of the abbey of Redon, the island aux Moines has many points which open on panoramas of exception: among them, the point of Trec’h opposite the tip of Arradon , the tip of Nioul with its breathtaking view of the peninsula of Rhuys, or the tip of Brouel facing the island of Arz. Do not miss the exotic charm of this island offering unique views of the Gulf of Morbihan.