Carnac (Breton: Karnag) is a small town in Morbihan, Brittany. Its main claim to fame are the menhirs surrounding the town.
phone: +33 2 97 52 13 52address: 74, avenue des Druides, BP 65
By TrainAuray train station is away.
Gare de Plouharnel-Carnacaddress: rue de la Gare, 56340 PlouharnelServed only during summer by TER Bretagne line 32 (Auray–Quiberon), called "le Tire-Bouchon", the "corkscrew".
- Its standing stones.
Saint-Michel tumulusaddress: chemin du TumulusArchaeological site was constructed between 5000 BC and 3400 BC and classified since 1889.
Ménec alignmentsaddress: route des alignements D196
Toulchignan alignmentaddress: D119 and route de Kerlescan D196
Kermario alignmentaddress: route de Kerlescan D196
Kerloquet alignmentaddress: route de Kerlescan D196
Kerlescan alignmentsaddress: D196, Kerlescan
Petit-Ménec alignmentsaddress: Chemin de la Métairie
Visit one of Carnacs many beaches.
Carnac has a couple of campsites and hotels.
La Postephone: 36 31address: 18, avenue de la Poste D119