Ramparts of Vannes
Explore the ramparts of Vannes, a fortification erected between the 3rd and 17th centuries to protect the city of Vannes.
Apartments and studios in Vannes
Once comfortably settled in your fully equipped aparthotel in Vannes, take advantage of your weekend, your holidays or your work stay to visit the capital of Morbihan!
No matter what season you visit Vannes, you are sure to find something to keep you busy. Between cultural areas, restaurants, bars, casinos, concerts, shows, exhibitions, etc. the medieval town offers very good reasons for a visit throughout the year to discover the charm of this southern Brittany destination.
Emblematic places to visit
During your stay in Vannes, don't miss out on discovering the jewels of this medieval city by taking a stroll through the cobbled streets of the historic centre, where you will find the Saint-Pierre Cathedral, La Cohue (Fine Arts Museum), the timber-framed houses, the Halle des Lices or the market stalls on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. For complete relaxation, you can go to the beach of Conleau or to the beaches of the Presqu'ïle de Rhuys, take a cruise in the Gulf of Morbihan and discover its legends, stop to taste oysters on an oyster farm or plunge into the history of the city by walking along the city walls.
The ramparts of Vannes
Part of the last remaining fortifications in the Breton region, the ramparts of Vannes remain an important tourist attraction. Their erection was started in the 3rd century by the Romans, but it was only at the end of the 14th century that they were extended and consolidated. Louis XIV then squandered them by selling the stones to finance his wars. Some buildings have fortunately survived, such as the Calmont Tower, which bears witness to local history with its medieval gate and its two passageways. This visit is really worth the detour.