Activities in Arzon
Port du Crouesty : 2 km
The second largest marina on the Atlantic coast
Equipped with 1432 mooring spaces, it is here that the famous Mille Sabords takes place, the largest second-hand boat show in europe. Other important events take place here too, such as Spi Ouest France, Semaine du Golfe and Printemps du Crouesty.
Beaches Atlantic coast : 2.9 km
Fine sand, turquoise waters, warm rain, Breton joy
A succession of sandy beaches separated by small rocky spurs offer the perfect place to swim (lifeguarded in July and August).
A beach club and sailing school for children and teenagers are also located on the beach.
Port Navalo : 3,9 km
Historic port of Arzon
Located at the entrance to the Gulf of Morbihan, Port Navalo has been a traditional port of call for fishermen for several centuries.
Climb aboard an old sailing ship and discover the numerous islands in the Gulf of Morbihan including Belle-Ile, Houat and Hoëdic.
The regattas organised every summer in July offer a nautical ballet show which you can watch from the coast.
Moulin de Pen Castel : 1,6 km
A mill, then a nightclub before finally being converted into an exhibition centre. What a story!
Built at the end of the 12th century, this tide mill was renowned for its oat flour and wheat flour. This recently restored site now displaysmagnificent exhibitions throughout the year. You can also watch the water flowing through the mill from the glass floor.
Thalasso Miramar : 2,8 km
Happiness wrapped in seaweed and clingfilm
Renovated in 2015 and a palace since 2016, the thalassotherapy centre uses seawater drawn 300 m off the Atlantic coast. The treatments and the bar are open to the public.
Le Crouesty Casino : 2 km
Bond, James Bond…
Also renovated in 2015, the casino in Arzon will relieve you of a few euros in a blink of an eye. But strangely enough, you’ll go back quite happily for more !
Markets in Arzon and on the peninsula: 2.5 km
As fresh as it gets
There are plenty of markets on the Rhuys peninsula throughout the year. The market in Arzon takes place all year round whilst others are organised during the summer season only, like the one in Port Navalo harbour on Friday and Sunday mornings.