The French town of Carnac lies on Quiberon Bay along the southern region of Brittany. The ancient history of Carnac means that there are a wealth of things to see and do during your stay. The Stones of Carnac are the most popular attraction. While smaller than those at Stonehenge, they are still impressive, particularly after standing for over 7,000 years. Visitors will find themselves with an option of touring both Carnac Ville, the old village, and the more modern seaside resort referred to as Carnac Plage. Nearby, the Musée de Préhistoire contains an impressive collection of ancient relics.
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