Discovery of the Gulf of Morbihan
With 40 km of signposted walking trails, the Quiberon Peninsula is an ideal place to get out and about.
The variety of landscapes is fascinating. On one hand, the long sandy beaches and rocky outcrops of the Côte Sauvage, punctuated by small fishing ports and marinas; on the other, the winding lanes and dry stone walls of the coastal heath.
Quiberon Tourist Office has organised five different walking and cycling trails ranging in length from 3 km to 18 km.
Explore Quiberon by bike
A cycle ride around the peninsula is an ideal way to visit many of Quiberon’s major sights. The 15 km long signposted trail takes in the New Fort, the Locmaria Tower, Château Turpault and Port Maria as it wends its way over sea cliffs and through the beautiful countryside of the Côte Sauvage.
Time required: 1h30
Bicycles (all-purpose and mountain bikes) are available for hire at the campsite.