On the French Atlantic coast, in South Brittany, just off the Gulf of Morbihan and the Quiberon peninsula, discover the largest of the Breton islands, Belle Ile en Mer, the well named one.
a 45 minute crossing from Quiberon, you will
You can also arrive at Sauzon in the summer, from Quiberon or Lorient but as a foot passenger only.
Sauzon, a small, colourful, pretty port is situated in the North of the island, on the East coast.
|"L’Aubergerie" is situated about 1.5km to the south of Sauzon, near the hamlet of Borgroix, hlaf way between the spectacular Donnant beach and the Poulains Point. This latter spot, a magical area where Sarah Bernhardt had her domaine has to be seen - her small 'fort' has been restored with care.|
Coming from Palais, take the road towards Sauzon, and at Sauzon bridge, take the D25, direction Bangor and Locamaria. You will find the Aubergerie less than 1km on, on your left, after the start of Borgroix.
Signposts indicate the route from the Sauzon bridge.
You can download a plan of Belle Ile from the Tourist Office, HERE(380 ko)
In Sauzon, you will find, bakers, grocers, library, some good seafood restaurants, and of course, creperies.
from the numerous nautical activites; sailing, surfing, kitesurfing,
windsurfing, fishing, diving, or just beaches and 'thalasso' spa
treatments, you can also fly over the island, or go horseriding,
play tennis or golf (18 hole course 3km
from the Aubergerie),
go cycling, walking