Located in the Regional Natural Park of the Gulf of Morbihan, the seaside resort of Damgan in Brittany has more than one treasure for you to discover! Coastal landscapes worthy of novels, intimate beaches or circuits reserved for hikers and cyclists along the ocean. Without forgetting the authentic charm of the traditional port of Pénerf... Damgan is THE essential place for your stay in Morbihan!
Original site at the mouth of the Saint Eloi river This beaching port is sheltered from the prevailing winds by the coastal strip made up of "Bétahon sand". In the middle of the port, two islets: the Galiennes are covered with Statices in the summer.
Surrounded by rocky points and overhung by cliffs, Bétahon beach in Morbihan is a small beach of fine sand. Wild and preserved, it will delight nature lovers.
Be careful, paradise cove! At the tip of Penn Lann and below the Domaine de Rochevilaine (formerly it was a guardhouse to monitor the entrance to the Vilaine, now converted into a luxury hotel), we find the Crique des Amoureux on the town of Billiers. This little-known cove offers a nice width of sand with some pebbles and shells. At low tide, people come here for shore fishing… many rocks are exposed.
Family beach that lives up to its promises, with its small beach cabins damaged by the spray and sheltered from the wind. Magnificent beach as found in Brittany with vegetation that you will discover when coming by the GR from Ambon...