Sémaphore de la Croix

The Sémaphore is a traditional building, built by the French Navy in 1862 in order to monitor and control the sea traffic between Lorient, the Quiberon peninsula, and the islands of Groix and Belle-île. It was decommissioned in 1945.

Abandoned for more than half a century, the old sentinel was sold by the Navy in 2001 and, after two years of heavy and tasteful refurbishment, became a unique and exquisite bed and breakfast or weelky rental.