Morbihan is part of the current région of Bretagne and is surrounded by the departments of Finistère, Côte-d’Armor, Ille-et-Vilaine, and Loire-Atlantique, and the Atlantic Ocean on the southwest.
In the Gulf of Morbihan are many inhabited islands. The most important is the “île aux moines”.
In the department of Morbihan, but outside the Gulf, there are four inhabited islands:
- Meaban, on which there is an ornithological preserve is uninhabited.
Attractions in Morbihan
The megalithic alignments of Carnac are situated in Morbihan.