Le Passeur des îles

The Gulf of Morbihan in a "retro" boat
Boat tours, Maritime transport in Arzon
  • From four ports, the "Passeur des îles" provides regular connections between the islands and guided cruises to discover the jewels of the gulf.

  • They are called "La Passagère", "La Voyageuse" or "La Passante". In total, the shipping company operates five traditional wooden passenger boats built in the 1960s and 1970s. They are now moored in Port-Navalo, Locmariaquer, Larmor-Baden and Kerners. The "Passeur des îles" is bringing back into service old links, abandoned after 1945 in favour of road transport. The company serves the Gulf's key tourist destinations, including Ile aux Moines, Ile d'Arz and the megalithic site of Gavrinis....
    They are called "La Passagère", "La Voyageuse" or "La Passante". In total, the shipping company operates five traditional wooden passenger boats built in the 1960s and 1970s. They are now moored in Port-Navalo, Locmariaquer, Larmor-Baden and Kerners. The "Passeur des îles" is bringing back into service old links, abandoned after 1945 in favour of road transport. The company serves the Gulf's key tourist destinations, including Ile aux Moines, Ile d'Arz and the megalithic site of Gavrinis. But it also allows you to go from one shore to the other without taking your car. In strolling mode, several excursions are possible, in particular at the entrance of the gulf, on the river of Auray and even to Vannes on Wednesday, market day. Cyclists should know that the "Passeur des îles" also takes bicycles.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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