The peninsula of Quiberon

La Presqu’Ile de Quiberon
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A spetacular wild coast...

Connected to the mainland by the isthmus of Pentièvre, a sand spit a few kilometers long and almost 100 meters wide, the Presqu’île de Quiberon has two aspects, very sheltered to the east with its sandy beaches, very appreciated by summer visitors.

To the west, facing the swells of the Atlantic Ocean, the Château Turpault marks the beginning of the Côte Sauvage. An exceptional natural setting with its steep cliffs, its small coves, which at low tide, reveal caves and caves.

Quiberon is also a paradise for lovers of the sea and water sports. Nature has endowed it with a splendid beach of 15 kilometers long, the dream of all surfing enthusiasts, windsurfers, chariots, surf kit …

Gourmets will not be left out with many seafood and fish restaurants, creperies not to mention the specialties: the niniches (lollipops), the salidou (salted butter caramel), biscuits, smoked fish and famous canned sardines.

Crédits photos : © Morbihan tourisme – Marc Schaffner

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