Plouharnel Bay of Quiberon, a destination at the crossroads of all the emotions

Plouharnel is a town in Brittany, located in South Morbihan, between Vannes and Lorient, and specifically in the beginning of the Bay of Quiberon. Plouharnel today is a bridge between the sea and the mainland.

Cradled the calm waters of the Bay to the South, and to the West by the tumultuous waves of the Atlantic ocean, the municipality offers a wide range of atmospheres to satisfy the desires of everyone.

Nestled in the heart of the megalithic sanctuary of the Carnac (soon classified as UNESCO World Heritage), Plouharnel is also a pampered destination of nature lovers with its 10 kilometres of beaches within the largest natural area of Brittany (protected area Natura 2000).

Surfing, sand yachting, kitesurfing, windsurfing to practice year-round. The spot of Sainte-Barbe is recognized and frequented by surfers from around the world and gives the village a complementary tourist dimension of the resorts nearby, Carnac and Quiberon.