Half-day excursion to the Glénans Archipelago

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On board our new semi-rigid, AR KELOU II, embark for ""Les Glénan differently. » this archipelago is made up of nine islands and a large number of islets sometimes described as a kind of Caribbean in Brittany.

In addition to its turquoise and crystal clear waters, its white sand beaches which make the reputation of this archipelago, the Glénan is also a historical heritage with its seaweed ovens, its Fort Cigogne whose history you will discover, its lobster fishery which supplied the greatest Parisian restaurants, its old farms, its famous sailing school and its internationally renowned diving center.

It is still a preserved flora with an endemic species of narcissus and representative but fragile plants of the Breton coast.

To help you discover these treasures, while respecting this protected natural site, two stopovers are planned, on two different islands including the unmissable Saint Nicolas.

On the way, you will pass Ile au Mouton, which is home to the largest reserve of terns in Brittany as well as a small colony of gray seals. Dolphins are also very often there.

This half-day excursion is led by Didier, the Captain of AR KELOU II, who will share with you his encyclopedic knowledge and his passion for this marine environment that he particularly likes.






  • Duration 4 hour(s)
  • From 7 years
  • Adult accompanist : Mandatory
  • Confirmation : Immediate

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Meeting place

Place D'Estienne D'Orves


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