The hinterland extends to the Landes de Lanvaux, crossed by many streams.
Walks in the hiking trails will take you to the heart of the Argoat where you can discover megaliths, mansions, castles, chapels, fountains and calvaries, which remind you that history has encrusted itself in its smallest corner.
Rochefort-en-Terre, a small town of character, all in stone is one of the most beautiful villages in France. It was elected the Frenchies's favorite village by a TV show on Channel 2.
Historical city, Auray and its picturesque port of Saint Goustan with the cobbled alleys, invite to the stroll.
La Gacilly, named Morbihan's floral village, hosts many artisans and organizes an annual photo festival that is the largest outdoor festival in France.
The castle of Josselin is also a landmark monument of Morbihan. It is classified as a historical monument since August 1928.
The Branféré Zoological and Botanical Park is an exceptional site of more than 40 hectares and is home to nearly 1,000 animals from five continents.
Finally the canal from Nantes to Brest connects as its name indicates the two cities. Length of 364 km, it borrows 7 rivers for a river walk.