Houat can only be explored on foot or by bicycle as motorised vehicles are not allowed on the island. Isn’t this the best way to discover the riches of the island, in peace? Here nature is everywhere!
2.5 kilometres long and only 1 kilometre wide, Hoëdic seems frail and fragile. But this little bit of land in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean reveals its character to you in harmony with the elements: sometimes gentle and peaceful with fine sandy beaches and turquoise waters and sometimes effervescent and stormy with rocks and fortifications. A real change of scenery to experience from your yacht, just an hour from the mainland.
The appropriately named Belle Île en Mer is the largest of the Ponant islands and is undoubtedly the most astonishing due to its variety of landscapes. From fine sand dunes to sculpted cliffs, Belle Île offers a remarkable spectacle, immortalised by many artists, painters and poets…
The Île aux moines, the pearl of the Gulf of Morbihan! As soon as you land here, you will be transported to island Brittany: small white fishermen’s houses, flower-lined alleys… Bicycles rule here. On board your trimaran, monohull or catamaran, enjoy the panorama that opens out onto the Gulf of Morbihan.
This region will undoubtedly delight you with its many islands and rivers. If you have time, rent your yacht and set sail for the Ile de Groix, with its wild coast, valleys, coves and beaches… or you could even sail towards Les Glénan or head south towards the Ile d’Yeu. La Trinité-sur-mer is easily accessible as it is 144 kilometres from Nantes and only 61 kilometres from Lorient airport. Auray train station, only fifteen kilometres away, allows you to reach Paris in under 3 hours by TGV high speed train.