Natural heritage

With its 47 kilometres of coastline at the heart of the Gulf of Morbihan, Séné is above all a town of maritime landscapes. However, the town is also known for the wealth and diversity of its natural heritage: fields, meadows, woods, and even mudflats - here, you can find all sorts of viewpoints and environments! The marshes play an essential role in the protection of local wildlife. The Séné Natural Wildlife Reserve alone represents 25% of the town’s territory.

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All about the water

From farm to farm

History of salt

Industrial heritage

Local life

Manor houses and beautiful estates

Maritime professions


Natural heritage

Passages between land and sea

Religious heritage

Shops and bistrots

Sinagot celebrations

Some anecdotes of Séné

Traditional games and sports

The Villeneuve peninsula

Auparavant appelée Sénage ou Viach Cornec, la presqu’île de la…