Let’s go to the Gulf of Morbihan to discover the new 3-star Pierre & Vacances residence, open since May 7th. La Voile d’Or***, the only tourist residence on the Île-aux-Moines, has been entirely renovated to offer holidaymakers a pleasant and soothing setting in a preserved environment. 


Close to the beaches and the town centre, the residence La Voile d’Or*** is ideally located and allows travellers to discover this unique and unspoilt destination with its lush vegetation. The landscapes can be observed at your own pace, on foot or by bike, along the 17 km of coastline of the “Pearl of the Gulf”!

Completely renovated, the 48 spacious and comfortable flats can accommodate from 2 to 8 people. All of them have a fully equipped kitchen for an independent and private stay. Bright, the flats have a private balcony or terrace to enjoy the view of the sea, the park of the residence or the swimming pool. Another major asset of the residence: its outdoor swimming pool heated to 28° all season long!  A bicycle rental service is available on site, ideal for exploring the area at your own pace, especially the nearest beach, located only 300 metres away. 


Entirely pedestrian and 6 km long, the Île-aux-Moines offers unique views, where land and sea meet to contemplate the panoramas of the Gulf of Morbihan.

With its white fishermen’s houses and its Greek island look, the most picturesque and accessible of the Breton islands offers its visitors a real escape, far from the urban bustle. The island is full of historical sites, where it is good to linger the time of a stroll, starting with the town centre and its flowery alleys where hollyhocks and hydrangeas intermingle.

The megaliths on the southern tip of the island, carefully preserved millennial remains, continue to fascinate, with the Cromlech of Kergenan, one of the largest in Europe, and the Dolmen of Penhap, among the best preserved on the island! Emblematic of Brittany, there are also many calvaries on the Île-aux-Moines, in particular those at the points of Trec’h, Brouël and Toulindac as well as Penhap and the Croix de Kerno. In the north of the island, visitors can admire the church of Saint-Michel, as well as the chapel of Sainte-Anne, built in the 17th century, nestled in the cove of Guéric. 

And in the four corners of the island, holidaymakers will discover 5 beaches with wild and steep relief, to take the time for a well-deserved break!  The Île-aux-Moines also allows you to take to the sea: you can explore the islands of the Gulf by taking your bike and visiting these wild and unspoilt destinations… 

A Breton stay, placed under the sign of disconnection and the discovery of a resolutely authentic island.

How to get there 
Crossing by boat from the Port-Blanc pier 
(5mn journey, shuttle every 30 mn)   

7-night stay from €1,122 
in a 6 person flat in July