Passages between land and sea

One of the defining features of Séné - and of the Gulf of Morbihan in general - is the presence of a multitude of isles and peninsulas which break up the land. In Séné, there are the isles of Boëde, Boëdic and Mancel and the peninsulas of Langle, Brouel and also La Villeneuve to name but a few. And so, the Sinagots have always been able to find solutions to reduce the distances and create a link between the land and sea, by reinforcing the roads with seawalls and even by simply using boats or walking!

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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

Saint-Armel crossing

Ce passage de 200 m entre les communes de Séné…