The river Sal, more commonly known as the Bono river, joins the waters of the Auray river before flowing into the Gulf of Morbihan.
Surrounded by a remarkable natural environment, an old fishing village nestles in a cove on the riverbank : Le Bono.
You will be enchanted by the authenticity of the harbor, the old suspension bridge and the village itself.
Le Bono is home to two major nautical events: the Gulf week and the "Route de l'Amitié".
On the quayside, you can admire, an old fishing boat, the Forban, a boat traditionally used by fishermen from Le Bono.
Three magnificent hiking trails, between land and sea, are to be found around this small town of South Brittany.