The Rhuys Peninsula is located in the French department of Morbihan, in the Brittany region. It is anchored in the regional natural park of the Gulf of Morbihan and borders the Atlantic Ocean on its southern facade.
The Rhuys peninsula is a stretch of land attached to the coast of southern Brittany. It forms the Gulf of Morbihan. It is located opposite the islands of Houat and Hoëdic as well as the Quiberon peninsula.