Things to see and do - Vannes
Unmissable tourist sites
Vannes Travel guide
Vannes : Michelin's recommendations
In 1532, the “permanent union of the land and duchy of Brittany with the kingdom and crown of France” was declared at Vannes. This is evidence of the importance the city formerly had, and the old medieval part has kept this memory alive. However, the city where Alain Resnais was born, built in a natural amphitheatre site at the bottom of the gulf of Morbihan, has a lot more to offer visitors. It is the ideal home port for those who wish to set out and explore the bay.
Tourist attractions Vannes : Things to see and do
F - 56000 Vannes
This gulf, which is about 20km wide and dotted with sixty or so islands and islets, is famous for its beautiful scenery. The light at sunset is particularly memorable, even more so at low tide. Start on the west coast at the Pointe d'Arradon, going p..
2 r. Noé F - 56000 Vannes
Located in Gaillard Castle (15C), which for some time housed the Parliament of Brittany. It contains numerous objects obtained from the first excavations of megaliths from Carnac or Locmariaquer. Necklaces, bracelets, polished axes, swords, ring-disc..
r. Francis-Decker F - 56000 Vannes
These washing-places with long roofs, built on the banks of the Marle Stream at the beginning of the 19C are undoubtedly the most renown sight of this city.
6 Place de la Libération F - 56000 Vannes
Located in Vannes City Centre, this hotel is 200 metres from the medieval district. It features a fitness centre and a sauna both with free access, a 24-hour reception and offers modern guest rooms with a private balcony. The air-conditioned guest r..
8 Place De La Liberation F - 56000 Vannes
Set in a historical building in the centre of Vannes, Kyriad Vannes Centre offers soundproofed and air-conditioned rooms. The medieval district, the shops, the port and the town's ramparts are within walking distance. All rooms feature free Wi-Fi ac..
Rond-Point du Raker. F - 56000 VANNES
Prix Prices from : 68 €
"The Golfe Hôtel beneficits from being one of the best locations in the region of Vannes. Near to the port, the ferry terminal and the peninsula of Conleau, you will enjoy the charms of city famous for its culture and its mild climate. The hotel..
23 r. Ferdinand-Le-Dressay F - 56000 Vannes
A Vent d'Est - an easterly wind - blows all the way to the West of France! This real winstub opposite the port transports you to Alsace, with flammekueche, sauerkraut, kugelhopf etc. The region's specialities take pride of place on the menu, with a f..
r. de Poignant F - 56000 Vannes
Taken over in 2011 by an experienced chef, this old farm on the outskirts of town is a refuge for fine gastronomy and one that definitely lives up to its name. Two inspired menus (no à la carte) featuring fresh fish and seafood, and delicious chocola..
6 pl. de la Libération F - 56000 Vannes
6 r. Alexandre-le-Pontois F - 56000 Vannes
Opposite the ramparts of the castle, 'bistronomique' cuisine has found an ambassador in the form of Anthony Evin. Since his arrival in spring 2014, he has been championing local producers, the market and natural wines. The food is a lovely mix of ins..
3 r. Pasteur F - 56000 Vannes
This garden of delights is next to the former Eden Cinema. The many regulars enjoy its fresh, modern cooking and original flavour combinations.
17 r. des Halles F - 56000 Vannes
This restaurant is hidden behind the half-timbered façade of this house in a pedestrian street. It has a refined, contemporary decor and a glimpse of the kitchen. Inventive menu based around high quality, locally sourced products.