The port of Doëlan, typical of the Breton landscape, is located in Clohars-Carnoët.
As if it had come straight out of our imagination when we think of Brittany, this haven of peace presents pretty stone houses installed in tiers on the banks, witnesses of a ballet of fishing boats, guarded by two striped lighthouses, a photographer's favourite.
You can see the sailing boat "Le Rigolo", an exact copy of a ship equipped for sardine fishing in 1922, with its 50 m2 main sail, at the quayside.
The port of Doëlan comes alive with the daily sale of coastal fishermen who fish, depending on the season, shrimps, crabs, lobsters, sardines, sea bass or mackerel.
From Doëlan, a coastal and rocky path takes us to Le Pouldu. This seaside resort has three beaches for the pleasure of all holidaymakers and sports enthusiasts. In Kérou, it is possible to experience the joys of surfing with our partner, ESB Kloar. In Bellangenet, soft sandy beaches welcome young and old alike. The Grands Sables, sheltered from the wind, is a place of softness. Le Pouldu also has its own harbour, anchored in the Laïta estuary. A beautiful place (with terraces) to watch the tide tilt in front of the dunes of Morbihan.