Much to the horror of my kids I told them we were going to look at a lot of stones before they could go to the beach. However, when they saw them they realised why I wanted to see them. There is 1000's of them, and they are intriguing. In the summer, you have to pay to go in the... 更多
Stopped off here to see the stones on our way back from carnac plage. The parking is free and its free to walk around, Something that would never happen in the UK. There is a fence going around them but its only small so kids will have a good look. Theres an ice cream hut and a gift shop there... 更多
It's amazing to see what our ancestors managed to achieve 5000 years ago! Unfortunately the information center and the museum in the area only provide very limited information. Better do you research online before visiting he stunning sites.
Visited here with the family, two teenagers who's initial comment was 'is that it?' When you first arrive you can see how that might be the case, the field next to the visitor centre is fenced off and during high season you can only get amongst the stones with a guided tour. However the most notable thing about this site... 更多
I took the bus (TIM line 1 from Auray) to Carnac. My Rough guide had recommended taking the tire bouchon train to Plouharnel and then a shuttle, but the owner of my hotel said the bus was easier because it was direct and I think she was right. The bus stops in the village, the allignments are then a 15... 更多
A must see when you are in Carnac. The best way to see them is with the little train that takes you past all the sites. There is a little tourist info place at the parking at Menec that is a bit disappointing. From there, you can walk up to the fence but that's as close as you can get... 更多
Hey, people love to complain. Carnac is not an easy visit. Yes there are stones. Lots of stones. And people with no wheels, no machines and not even animals to help moved them there thousand of years ago. Not knowing, what they were placed for is a bit of a draw back. And the site is not as impressive as... 更多
There are several alignments of neolithic stones in Carnac. When you arrive, the largest is fenced off, so you just look at the standing stones going off into the distance. A curiosity, to be sure, and worth a photo, but not worth much more than that. I don't think they let people walk among them.