Discover Carnac

The Carnac Thalasso Hotel & spa, situated at the heart of a natural reserve of 69 acres, benefits from an exclusive location a few metres from nearby beaches or the town centre itself. You can enjoy both the tourist attractions of Carnac and the numerous activities organised by our teams onsite. 

By staying at the Carnac Thalasso, you will  enjoy special moments with your family, as a couple or solo.

Plage de Carnac

Beach side

Perfectly sheltered, the five beaches of Carnac are appreciated by all the family for their fine sand, their gentle slopes, their invigorating and clear waters. Sandcastles, swimming, angling, water sports, idleness, the Carnac beaches offer a range of activities to relax in the heart of Morbihan. Shaded, family, intimate, they have their own personality ... You choose!


The town of Carnac is certified for the quality of its bathing water since 2007 and placed in Zone A (good quality water) since 2009.


At 100 meters from the Thalasso, the Carnac Yacht Club is one of the first yacht clubs in France. It hosts many national and international regattas, in both winter and summer. The Yacht Club is also and especially a water sports center offering courses and activities for all ages: windsurfing, dinghy, catamaran, sailing... group or individual lessons : information on


Menhir de Carnac en Bretagne

Menhirs Side

7000 years old, the alignments of Carnac are world famous and remain a center of European prehistory. The singularity of megaliths of Carnac is their incredible lineup. The two main sites (Ménec and Kermario) group alone nearly 3,000 menhirs. These alignments extend over nearly four kilometers! The sites are divided into three fields of menhirs:

  • Ménec : west of Carnac, this set consists of 1,050 stones aligned to 11 files. It extends over 1 km and is the most representative set of menhirs. The site starts with a stone circle composed of 71 blocks.
  • Kermario : this set is located east of the city and is the busiest because it brings together the most impressive monoliths (more than 3 meters high for some). It has 1,029 menhirs spread over 10 lines. Admire the panorama for the summit of the Old Mill.
  • Kerlescan : the smallest and most preserved, this menhirs field consists of 13 lines where 555 stones stand.
These architectures still retain much of mystery and impress young and old. The menhirs: a stone army ... according to the legend, or rather a place of worship. Dolmens and tumulus are actually individual or collective graves. The alignments probably had a cultic role and constituted a religious site.
The access to the alignments of Carnac is free from October to March. From April to September, only paying guided tours allow you to enter inside the sites. Find out more :
To better understand the mysteries surrounding the menhirs of Carnac, we advice you to go to the Prehistory Museum, located in the town center (open all year):
Carnac from above

Village side

What makes the charm of Carnac is its authenticity. Between stone houses of granite and large villas seaside, Carnac is not a resort. Its town center has the appearance of a traditional Breton village, steeped in ancient history. It hosts one of the largest markets in the region (Wednesdays and Sundays) and a modern cultural center (exhibitions, media library, shows, concerts ...).

With a church of the seventeenth and six chapels spread throughout the town, Carnac full of heritage treasures. Over 40 km of hiking trails invite to discovery.

The natural heritage of Carnac is astonishing: Crucuny Forest, Manio Forest... The forest area of Carnac covers 20% of the town, 679 hectares of woodland. Lush vegetation, smells of the undergrowth, mosses and lichens, woody scents fill your lungs as soon as you walk into the forests with mysterious names. On foot, by bicycle or on horseback, let yourself be captivated by this unknown and unexpected side of Carnac. (Hiking Information :


Coup de coeur Bretagne Sud


A traditional ancient port, the Anse du Pô offers breath-taking seascapes.

The Pô has been host since 1880 to numerous oyster farming sites making Carnac one of the first sites dedicated to shellfish farming. Being a 100% natural product, the oyster possesses recognised dietary properties. Today, about thirty producers of cupped and flat oysters can be found all along the Anse du Pô and river Crac’h. Professionals are happy to welcome you onsite to explain their work and expertise. Fancy a tasting session? They will be delighted to welcome you.

Oyster farm visits are also organised between April and September by the Tourist Information Centre (

Office du Tourisme de Carnac

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