On site at the Manoir du Guern in Pluvigner

We have a covered and heated swimming pool where you can swim in all seasons as well as a sauna. This light-filled space will allow you to relax while enjoying a beautiful view of the manor and its inner courtyard.

The water is heated to 28°C all year round. The swimming against the current will allow you to do your kilometre serenely. You can lie down around the pool in our relaxing armchairs and enjoy the sun even in winter under the shelter of the south-facing glass roof.

You can stroll as you please in our wooded park and along the moat. You can read and rest in the shade of an apple or cherry tree.

Bicycles are available for rides in the surrounding countryside, the forest of Camors or other enchanting places. Fishing rods are waiting for you if you decide to tease the carp in our moat.

Finally, let’s not forget our classics: a petanque court, a ping-pong table and a real Breton shuffleboard.

Southern Brittany and its many activities

Southern Brittany is full of authentic places to visit with character. From Auray, a small medieval town of character with its charming port of Saint Goustan, to Le Bono, a small authentic Breton village and its walks along the water’s edge, you will be spoilt for choice.

There are many towns with beautiful chapels to discover and if you want to enjoy the sea air, go to the Gulf of Morbihan, one of the most beautiful bays in the world or to one of the many islands in our department.

Visit the Gulf of Morbihan Natural Park

We will be delighted to advise you and guide you to the towns and activities that this beautiful region of Morbihan has to offer.

  • Auray, medieval city of character and the charming port of Saint Goustan

  • Le Bono, small authentic Breton village

  • Sainte Anne d’Auray, the Marian shrine of Brittany

  • Discovering Breton chapels

  • Saint Cado and the ria d’Etel

  • The forest of Camors, a nature paradise

  • The gulf of Morbihan, one of the most beautiful bays in the world

  • The islands of Morbihan : Belle Île en Mer, Groix, Houat, Hoëdic, Île aux moines, Île d’Arz

  • Vannes, medieval city, city of art and history and its marina

  • Quiberon, its peninsula and its kilometres of wild coastline

  • Carnac and its megaliths

  • The Anse du Pô and its oyster farms

  • La Trinité sur Mer and its unmissable marina

  • Erdeven : miles of beaches and dunes

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