Discover The Quiberon Peninsula
Facing west, this splendid, rugged coast extends for 8 kilometres from Château Turpault to Pointe du Percho. It offers jagged cliffs and arches hollowed out by the waves – even in calm weather, the waves crashing on the rocks is a thrilling show. Stop at Pointe de Beg-er-Goalennec. From here, the view of the ocean and Belle-Ile is amazing.
Beach or wilderness?
The Quiberon Peninsula is a tourist hotspot in Brittany with around 30 km of coastline. Known for its beautiful long beaches, it has so many facets to offer anyone who takes time to discover them. It’s not all about white sand, emerald green sea and brown rocks. There are numerous megalithic sites along the coast and, inland, picturesque villages to discover.