Carnac is a village and commune beside the Gulf of Morbihan on the south coast of Brittany and part of the Morbihan department of northwestern France. Its inhabitants are called Carnacois. Carnac is renowned for the Carnac stones, one of the most extensive Neolithic menhirs collections in the world, as well as its beaches popular with tourists. Carnac, found on a narrow peninsula halfway between the medieval town Vannes and the seaside resort Quiberon, is split into two centres - Carnac-Ville and Carnac-Plage. In total there are five beaches, including la Grande Plage, and further to the east, Plage Men Dû and Beaumer.















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