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  • Quiberon

Connected to the mainland by a sandy strip of a few kilometers, the Quiberon Peninsula, bordering the Atlantic Ocean with its arc-shaped shores sheltered from the winds, offers visitors unforgettable landscapes.

The Côte Sauvage, a completely preserved natural site, is a favorite place for nature lovers. With its creeks, caves and arches shaped by the waves, its steep cliffs, its heather covered moor, the Côte Sauvage dazzles the walker.

The Bay of Quiberon, member of the closed circle of the “Most Beautiful Bays in the World”, renowned for its beautiful and long sandy beaches will delight water sports enthusiasts: sailing, sand yachting, sea kayaking, kite-surfing… The peninsula is one of the most beautiful surf spots in Brittany.

After the beach, immerse yourself in the charm of the village with its narrow streets with white houses and blue shutters, its lively streets lined with small shops, craftsmen and local artists.

The gourmets will enjoy the local specialties: seafood and freshly caught fish, the famous canned sardines, pancakes and cakes, niniches of Quiberon (lollipops), salidou (salted butter caramel), cookies …

Looking for a marine escapade? It is from Quiberon that you will embark for the paradisiacal islands of Belle-Ile-en-Mer, Houat or Hoëdic.

For more information on the Quiberon peninsula, click here.