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Just 15 kilometers from the Atlantic Ocean, the city of Vannes offers many cultural, sports and artistic activities. Come enjoy with family or friends by staying in one of our 3-star Campanile hotel restaurants in Vannes, with free WiFi, parking and a restaurant serving all kinds of meals.

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Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Vannes. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.






What to do in Vannes?

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Vannes is a French municipality with a wealth of tourist attractions. Many people fall in love with this city facing the Gulf of Morbihan. If you spend two days in Vannes, you will probably start your day by strolling along the ramparts of the city, which offer a breathtaking view of the gulf. Continue your visit by exploring the historic center, not far from our Hôtel Restaurant Campanile Vannes, and discover a rich heritage. Among the must-see monuments are the Saint-Pierre de Vannes Basilica Cathedral, Saint Patern Church, Gaillard Castle and La Cohue. The city center of Vannes features a striking style of architecture that uses wood, which you can admire during your short stay.
If you spend a week in Vannes, you are sure to discover its famous ramparts, its historical center and its unusual architecture, but you can also take advantage of your trip to browse the various museums. Among the most famous, La Cohue Museum of Fine Arts is an essential for art lovers. You can also walk along the marina and perhaps cross the famous Corbeau des Mers, a fishing vessel specializing in the collection of lobsters, or the Trois Frères, an old fishing boat that was recently restored. Enjoy a sunset on the Gulf of Morbihan, a breathtaking spectacle that you surely won’t forget. Finally, don’t forget to taste some typical Breton dishes in the traditional restaurants that you will find in the city center of Vannes, or in the restaurant of your Campanile hotel.
Spending a family vacation in Vannes is a great idea - the city is full of activities of all kinds that will appeal to children and adults alike. You can start with a fun tour of the city of Vannes by climbing the ramparts and admiring the surroundings. Next, visit the various gardens of the city, such as the Jardin de la Garenne or the floral collection which houses flowers from around the world. Or why not organize a boat trip to discover the Breton coast and try fishing, a real passion among locals? Ferme Brénature is a unique opportunity to discover the animals of the region and get close to them. Finally, you can spend a few hours in the small amusement park of Vannes, Ptit Delire, which offers entertainment and rides for the youngest ones.

Top 3 gastronomic experiences in Vannes


The gastronomy of Vannes includes well-known specialties that make the region of Brittany famous. Among these culinary specialties are the famous far breton, a gilded dessert flan that resembles clafoutis, but especially kouign-amann. The name, in Breton, means "soft bread" (kouign) and "butter" (amann). The recipe comes from Douarnenez, in Finistère, but it has spread throughout the region and especially inMorbihan. Kouign-amann is very popular and generally enjoyed with cider or tea.


Your stay in the Gulf of Morbihan is the perfect opportunity to taste delicious seafood. The choice is huge: oysters, shellfish, crustaceans, langoustines, turbots, fish... savor succulent mussels (sauce marinière is made of shallots, parsley, garlic, butter and white wine), a classic dish of Morbihan, or a cotriade, a true Breton bouillabaisse. The many restaurants in the city offer fresh and deliciously prepared seafood.

Gâteau breton

For dessert, gâteau breton is a nice alternative to pancakes, waffles, palets and kouign-amann, and remains among the classics worth discovering. Once carried by sailors during their expeditions as it keeps well, this half-salted butter cake is enjoyed plain or stuffed with prunes and is traditionally cut into a diamond shape. Enjoy yours with coffee or tea. You may even find a delicious salted butter caramel variant...
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Events in Vannes

Gulf Maritime Festival and Arvor Festivals

The Gulf Maritime Festival is held every two years and puts on light and dance shows in the Gulf of Morbihan. More than 1,000 classic and traditional boats participate in this festival, which takes place from the end of May until the beginning of June. The Arvor Festivals are held in August and showcase Breton culture with traditional dances, music and costumes.

Motocultor and Festi’Vannes

Two music festivals enliven Vannes in April and August: Festi'Vannes and the Motocultor Festival. The Motocultor Festival is undoubtedly the most publicized event on a national level: fans of heavy metal music meet in Vannes for three days at the end of August to celebrate this musical genre. As for the Festi'Vannes, it was founded in 2002 and takes place in April across the main bars of the city.





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