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On the tip of the Peninsula of Rhuys, in the town of Arzon, the megalithic site of Petit Mont overlooks the ocean and the Gulf of Morbihan. From this exceptional view, you will discover a site that you can cross as though you were reading an exciting storybook.
Builders from the Neolithic to Julia Caesar and the Gauls and major events of prehistory and history took place on the site of the Petit Mont.
In the ocean of the Gulf of Morbihan the boats are reflected in the port of Crouesty. Sheltered from the wind, the walk is a gentle one in this Breton port.
Numerous stores will liven up your walk and the Breton architecture of the houses completes the décor of the marina.
Every year, the port of Crouesty gets its glad rags on for the Salon Nautique Mille Sabords. Fans of sailing will enjoy this event.
Within this sailing school, a team of qualified instructors focus on initiating you and allowing you to progress safely at sailing, catamaran or sailing dinghy. From 5 years of age, the Fogeo sailing school welcomes all the family. From the Moussaillons club for discovery to improvement in catamaran or sailing, nobody has been forgotten. From 18 years of age, the adventure take a new turn thanks to beginner stages in the coastal cruise. They allow the crew to learn, over a week, the subtitles of sailing over a longer period.
La Butte de César is a 18m high mound of a 56m diameter. This mass of stones, covering a layer of sludge and black soil, was explored in 1853. On the south-west section an open-cut excavation was opened out, leading, after a covered walkway rudiment, to a central chamber.
This is formed of three monolithic supports covered with a significant slab of quartz. The mound is testament to the important pastoral and agricultural tribes which lived around Le Tour du Golfe du Morbihan.