CARNAC & 2000 STANDING STONES & QUIBERON

full day 6 hours
from Brest and Lorient

Description 

Departure is from your port of call with your driver and an English speaking guide to Quimper by freeway.

Carnac is on the way to Quiberon. Carnac is an alignment of hundreds of menhirs, still standing after five thousand years.
The alignments at CARNAC - rows of 2000 or so menhirs, or standing stones, stretching for over 4km to the north of the village -constitute the most important prehistoric site in Europe.

Quiberon also has lines of menhirs but, above all, is popular for its beaches and nautical infrastructures for boating enthusiasts.
On the way back, a stop at Auray a pretty old town & St Goustan his fishing port with Benjamin Franklin quay’s name in memory of his last calling in 1776 to ask the support of the French during the Civil War.
Return to ship by scenic road of Erdeven, Riantec and le Blavet.

Note

The Carnac prehistorical museum admission fee is not included. Scenic route back to ship only if the port of call is Lorient.