GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION

A short distance from the Gulf of Morbihan and facing the Atlantic Ocean, Sauvage is nestled in nature. And the perfect starting point to discover all the secrets the Quiberon Peninsula has to offer.

The Château Turpault

The Maison des mégalithes

From the land or at sea, Quiberon is a place of contrast. Discover the plethora of landscapes on the peninsula – offshore islands to small, tucked-away villages and soft, sandy beaches of the bay to hikes along the towering clifftops.

NOW BOARDING: DESTINATION BRETON ISLES

Houat, Hoëdic, Belle-Île-en-Mer, Île-aux-Moines to name a few. Set sail from Quiberon to reach these offshore islands and take advantage of your seaborne trip to admire Brittany's birdlife and the spectacle of the peninsula from afar!

A RICH AND INCREDIBLE HERITAGE

The Quiberon Peninsula has an amazing architectural heritage, including, Château Turpault on the Pointe de la Lande, some megalithic wonders, such as the menhir of Goalennec and picturesque villages, such as Kermorvan or Saint-Julien. There are so many treasures for you to discover as you hike and cycle along Quiberon's trails.

The Quiberon Peninsula has something for everyone whether you're visiting as a family, a couple or with friends! 

  • Fine sandy beaches 
  • Trips to stunning landscapes 
  • Water sports 
  • Spa visits 
  • Casino 
  • Historical visits 
  • Lively nightlife
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