Réserve de Naturelle des Marais de Séné

Vannes
Brittany
Attractions and places of interest
Great Outdoors

These 530 hectares of coastline are exceptionally important for the conservation of waterbirds. Follow the trails to explore the reserve and see the multitude of wildlife such as wildfowl, dragonflies and butterflies. You will also find workshops for children such as 'nature under the microscope', and how to make a micro feeder, during the school holidays.

Nearby attractions

20 minutes out from the centre of Vannes is this Cider House in the gorgeous countryside of Le Hézo. Take a guided tour around the museum of traditional machinery and watch a 20 minute screening that immerses you in the lives...

La Cohue was a covered market in medieval times and is now home to the museum of Fine Arts of Vannes. Containing modern and contemporary works from painters such as Jean Bazaine. Alfred Manessier and Genevieve Asse, the museum...

A beautiful 15th century mansion where Parliament once sat, this remarkable building is now a museum of archaeology and contains exhibits on the history of the city.

The striking cathedral of Vannes is the focal point of the ancient walled town. Of Gothic style and built in the place of the former Romanesque cathedral, sections of the cathedral have been built across 7 centuries as it was...

Places to visit nearby

Located in Morbihan, on the Southern coast of Brittany, the fascinating city of Vannes is an intriguing mix of antiquity and urbanisation

Carnac in Brittany is a small town on the River Crac'h that is most famous for its wealth of pre-historic megalithic monuments, the Carnac Stones.

Quiberon in Brittany is a pretty fishing port at the tip of the slim Quiberon Peninsula.