The Gulf of Morbihan, which opens onto Quiberon Bay, is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Brittany. Your customers will board a boat that will take them to unexpected places. This trip is also the opportunity to go to Belle Ile en Mer, a must-see destination in southern Brittany, known for its wild landscapes. The island’s moors, coves and impressive cliffs have inspired many artists, starting with Monet who immortalised them in his paintings. Sarah Bernhardt fell in love with the astonishing beauty of Pointe des Poulains, where she took up residence. Back on the mainland, it’s time to discover Vannes, a medieval town tucked behind its ramparts. A stroll around here reveals rich architectural heritage, with 15th-century half-timbered houses, elegant mansions and remarkable gardens. The trip ends with the discovery of the megalithic site of Carnac, where incredible alignments of standing stones spread out over the moors. With more than 3,000 megaliths, this is one of the most important concentrations of its kind in the world.