Morbihan includes the Gulf of Morbihan, a landlocked body of tidal water. You may want to visit the Île-en-Mer, Britany’s largest island on which sits the 16th century Vauban citadel a star-shaped fortress. You can also go to Presq’île de Quiberon, a former island, now a peninsula. Morbihan will then let you enjoy the wildness of this part of Brittany. Morbihan deserves more than a brief glance. Carnac is a must-see. Here, in and out of the Museum of Prehistory, you uncover the magic of the ancient Menhirs. In Carnac, there are some 3,000 of these megalithic stone carvings. In Vannes, at the head of the Gulf Morbihan, you can wander the old walls and see two of the city’s oldest gates. In Vannes, you can also visit the old, covered market, some of which dates back to the 13th century. There is also the Archaeology Museum in the 15th century Château Gaillard.
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