The bay of Quiberon and its islands
Heading to the south of the Morbihan !
Belle Ile en mer, Quiberon, Saint Pierre Quiberon, Plouharnel, Carnac and La Trinité sur Mer form the golden triangle of the “Quiberon bay and its islands…” A huge panorama of sky and sea which opens a window onto watersports, nature and heritage. The sun and oceanic climate are an invitation to relax and escape. Fishing harbours, oyster farms, the wild coast, sand dunes and the diversity of landscapes will awaken an intense emotion in you.
Listed as one of the most beautiful bays in the world, the Quiberon bay is in the heart of Brittany’s megalithic sanctuary. Fix a date for a unique expedition to discover man and nature!
Located 8 miles (15 km) off the coast of Quiberon, it is the largest island in Brittany. During the crossing, you can see in the distance the outline of a faraway shadow on the horizon, then gradually, the Pointe des Poulains becomes visible followed by the imposing Citadel at Le Palais harbour.
Les aiguilles de Port Coton (rocks)
Le phare de l'île (lighthouse)
La Bien Nommée biscuit factory & brasserie La Morgat
A peninsula jutting out 14 km into the sea, the town offers visitors fresh sea air, plenty of sun, the hustle and bustle of its ports, a wild coast on the ocean side and a sheltered coast on the bay side where you will find numerous beaches.
The large south-facing beach
The Quai des saveurs, a mecca for gourmet foodies
A lively town centre
The casino and thalassotherapy centre
Saint Pierre Quiberon
At the entrance to the peninsula, this village boasts a number of natural attractions. Overlooking the Atlantic, the wild coast offers a spectacular, everchanging show. On the bay side, the Orange harbour is more intimist, nestled in a cove in the bay.
Renowned worldwide for its alignments of standing stones, Carnac is also a popular coastal resort! With its 5 sandy beaches, clear blue sea and renowned thalassotherapy centre, Carnac is a definite must when visiting southern Morbihan.
Saint Colomban village
St Michel tumulus
At the bottom of the bay of Quiberon, sheltered from the strong winds, the harbour at La Trinité sur Mer combines the charm of a world famous marina and the tranquillity of a family coastal resort.
Pointe de Kerbihan
Old part of La Trinité
Men Du beach