Make the most of the location of our restaurant and guest rooms in Port Louis to explore the Morbihan with its stunning coastline, and ancient legends.
Through golden shores, sparkling rivers and lush forests, set out on a journey of discovery!
Port Louis, a charming little town with its citadel and streets brimming with history, is part of a Brittany-wide "Cities of Art" network. On the left bank of the Blavet, opposite the Port of Lorient, the town watches over the bay. Visit the museums in the citadel
(the Musée de la Marine and the Musée de la Compagnie des Indes), stroll along the Lohic promenade, take part in a range of nautical activities, or relax on the south-facing sandy beach opposite Groix Island (with car park, children's play area, showers and rest rooms).
An enchanting region with its colours and lights, the diversity of its landscapes and its mild climate. After a night in your guest room in Port Louis, explore the South Brittany coastline, or head inland to visit the countryside.
Do not miss: the Pays de Lorient, Brocéliande forest, Groix Island (the second largest island off the coast of Brittany), the Ria d’Etel, Carnac and its menhirs, the wild coast of Quiberon, the Gulf of Morbihan… and all the treks, cycling routes and horse rides through the inland countryside or the little roads along the coast.