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Numerous marine species have found shelter at the Aquarium in Vannes. From the cold waters of the Morbihan gulf to the tropical and warm seas, passing through the fresh waters, all aquatic environments are represented here.
Among the richly coloured species, come see the seahorse or sepia of the gulf. The aquarium has even a crocodile.
You can visit the bottoms of seas and oceans of the world in only a few hours.
On board of Odet in Quimper, the Aquarive pool houses entertainment for all likes. Amateurs of a thrill will love its winding slide of 60 m long. The well-being lovers will relax in the bubble baths or saunas and the solarium.
The youngest ones will take advantage of a children's pool and its equipments, toys and slides devised to entertain in all safety.
If you want to get moving in an original and pleasant way, go to SeaFitness. You can try out several sports like fitness in the ocean and on the beach, water gym, cardio training, stretching and beach yoga. The sea water lets you work out differently and its benefits are proven.
Each session is built around 3 stages, with a warm-up on the beach, a 50 minute to 1 hour training session in the water and stretching at the end of the session to make recovery easier.
Wallace Hubacher started the Armor Hosiery in 1938 - the brand was known as Armor lux.
He designed his first prêt-à-porter collections in 1970, an addition to his production of underwear and sailor's garb.
In 1993, two native Breton entrepreneurs, Jean-Guy Le Floch and Michel Gueguen, took over the company and create a line of children's clothes, Armor-Kids, in 1997.
A new factory was established in the Quimper area in 2004, and a year later Armor lux began a production of fair-trade cotton products, labelled by Max Mavelaar.
Today, the factory's boutique remains a favoured clothing shop among locals.
Located 15 km offshore from Quiberon, in Brittany, Belle-Île, baptised Kalonessos (beautiful island) by the Greeks, is the largest of the Breton islands. At 84 km², it offers a wealth of places of interest and the island is a haven for wildlife.
A 20km-long plateau, the island has a central ridge with several glens leading off to “ports”, small beaches tucked away in deep bays.
Sarah Bernhardt, Gustave Flaubert, Claude Monet and many others succumbed to its charms.
The island, 17km by 9km, is both resolutely maritime and profoundly rustic.
Le Palais is the largest village on the island and Sauzon, with its natural harbour, is the prettiest with its pastel-coloured houses. The island's highest point, Locmaria, combines countryside with wild coastline.