Our region

Our Club La Grande Métairie is nestled opposite the Carnac Stones in Morbihan, Southern Brittany. A true gem of the Morbihan area, our 5-star club is opposite the Breton beaches, where the waves of the Atlantic Ocean crash upon the shore… The club is located between two Breton towns: Lorient and Vannes.

Once you arrive, it’s easy to find your way around La Grande Métairie. You’ll love it here! Download our map for a wonderful holiday!

Discover the surrounding area

General geographical location:

In the West of France, discover the beautiful region of Brittany in a different way at Carnac, a megalithic site and seaside resort… Come and stay in Southern Brittany, and discover the Breton way of life. Walking on the beaches, fishing for crabs, cycling, eating pancakes … One thing is for sure: life is good in Brittany!

Near La Grande Métairie, discover the Quiberon peninsula and the wonderful wild coastline of the Wild Coast… Sample a “galette bretonne” (buckwheat pancake), while enjoying views of La Trinité-sur-Mer harbour… Tempting, isn’t it? Enjoy an unforgettable stroll around the beautiful town of Auray. There’s so much to see!

Gems to discover nearby:

Surfing on the Wild Coast beaches


Surfers love Brittany and Morbihan. 900 kilometres of Atlantic coastline and numerous surf spots around Quiberon. Bring your long board, short board or body-board, put on your wetsuit and head for the beach.

Sailing in the Gulf of Morbihan, the world’s most beautiful bay


The Gulf of Morbihan is a little gem. You have to take the time to explore it to see the landscape change in the soft light between the tides. The best way is obviously by boat, for a guided tour of this wonderful natural maze. For walkers, 180 kilometres of footpaths await you along its coasts.

Strolling on Belle-Île, the “Beautiful Island”


Set off for a short crossing from Quiberon to Belle-Île…85 km² of beauty with its typical charming villages: people love to stroll around the little harbour of Sauzon and wander along the cliff paths on the coast, overlooking the turquoise water that can be calm or choppy depending on the weather. Poets, painters and photographers will be amazed by every instant.

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