At the heart of the Gulf of Morbihan, Brittany Pearl, Larmor-Baden is a typical village unspoilt appetite promoters. The Gulf of Morbihan offers a sunny and mild climate to relax all year round. Larmor-Baden is the ideal starting point for visiting south of Quiberon Brittany La Baule discover the charm of southern Brittany.
Some shops allow you to enjoy your stay.
In season, a market is held every day on the church square. (The market is pedestrian in July-August - ON THURSDAY NIGHT of (19 h 00 to 23 h 00): July 19/26 July / August 2/9 August 2012.
For leisure, summer events are organized. Wearing Penn Lannic offers visitors moorings and a crane (capacity of 4 tons) for launching your boat.
The nautical center Larmor Baden offers training courses in sailing. You will also have the possibility of walks at sea around the Gulf of Morbihan, Gavrinis, Belle Isle and Houat.
The Gulf of Morbihan was the birthplace of the oyster in France. 1950, Larmor held for spat collection and breeding of the oyster, the second place in the Gulf behind Locmariaquer.
If farms have unfortunately disappeared from the town, oyster sites remain. They are now led by the great grandchildren of the pioneers of 1870.
The Island Berder is the jewel of the town and can be reached on foot at low tide, wonderful view of the Gulf of Morbihan and Mediterranean vegetation.
Gavrinis Island owes its fame to the beautiful Cairn which stands on the southern tip. From Larmor-Baden, the boat takes you to the small cove on the island.
The acquisition of Marsh Pen Toul, helped them create a reserve. You can now discover the fauna and flora of the former salt marshes, surrounded by a lush variety of natural environments.
The coastal path runs along oyster sites, beaches and offers magnificent views of the Gulf of Morbihan.
4km, you can embark on the Ile aux Moines, the largest in the Gulf of Morbihan, also called pearl of the Gulf.
Do not miss to visit Vannes, ramparts, the port and the old town.
On the road that takes you to Auray, you will stop at Bono, a small fishing port on the river Auray made famous by the construction of the port by Eiffel.