Embark on your discovery of the islands of Morbihan on an unforgettable escapade departing from Quiberon. Whether you want to enjoy magnificent beaches, climb towards sheltered creeks or stroll among fishermen's houses, you'll appreciate the beauty of the landscape and the wild character of these little Breton oases.
BELLE-ÎLE-EN-MER: TRUE TO ITS NAME
The largest of the Breton isles, Belle-Île-en-Mer offers breathtaking landscapes, from cliffs and sandy coves to heathlands and wild glens. From the port dominated by the citadel of Vauban, discover – on foot or by bike – the Pointe des Poulains, the Port of Sauzon, the fishermen's houses with their colourful facades, the charming, flower-covered villages, the needles of Port-Coton and the lighthouse of Goulphar, just to name a few!
- 17 km long and 9 km at its widest
- 8,400 hectares
- 82.5 km of coastal paths
HOUAT: THE IMMACULATE
Known to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Brittany, Treac'h ar Goured is worth the trip to Houat. Spanning more than 2 kilometres, the white sand forms a circling arc covered with a myriad of shells washed up by the crystal-clear water. Make sure you visit the museum, church, harbour, town with white and blue houses and, above all else, savour the flavours of the local shellfish!
- 3 km long and 1.5 km at its widest
- 288 hectares
- 17 km of coastal paths
HOËDIC: THE PROTECTED
Far from cars and pollution, little Hoëdic offers miles of coastal trails and sublime beaches. During your walks, you can discover the fort of Hoëdic inspired by Vauban's fortifications and the menhir of the Virgin, classified as historic monuments, as well as various Neolithic sites. It's also a great place for fishing – don't miss the return of the boats at Argol port!
- 2.5 km long and 1 km at its widest point
- 209 hectares
- 8.5 km of coastal paths
AND DON'T FORGET...The secret Île-aux-Moines, the green Île d'Arz, the fishermen's island of Groix and more.
Discover our accommodation
Just a stone's throw from the beach, our cabane are shaded by cypress and pine trees. They are perfectly equipped, luxurious sanctuaries to let you take full advantage of your stay surrounded by nature.
Our Comfort accommodation is ideal for enjoying the Quiberon Peninsula as a family or with friends. Sleeping from 2 to 6 people, in 2 or 3 bedrooms, these holiday homes all come with a comfortable and fully equipped living space.
With room for up to 4 people, our Classic accommodation comes with a pleasant living space, entirely open to the outdoors. You can also enjoy the terrace and garden furniture.