Water activities in Morbihan
Water sports in Quiberon
During your stay in Quiberon, discover the sensational pleasures of the water through the many water sports activities available in Quiberon Bay. The place to glide! A favourite spot for both experienced surfers and amateurs, the Quiberon peninsula and particularly the Côte Sauvage are a real paradise for surfers: an unspoilt setting of cliffs and creeks, powerful and regular waves all along the coast.
Windsurfing, kite surfing, water skiing, diving, canoeing, paddle boarding, sand yachting, towed buoys, pedal boats… There are so many fun ways to enjoy the Atlantic! You are sure to find an activity to enjoy in the water during your holidays in Quiberon. Stay in a mobile home or a cabin on stilts at the Bois d’Amour to enjoy the different water sports in Quiberon. Experience a camping holiday full of thrills!
Choose a sea trip to discover the surrounding islands: Belle-Île, Houat and Hoëdic. Enjoy the ocean on a boat cruise and take in the incredible sights and sounds of nature and the waves. You will be rocked by the waves and may be lucky enough to spot dolphins and other marine life.
Ask at the reception for the best addresses for water sports activities or attend the welcome point on Sundays to get to know our local water sports providers. Enjoy an original and exotic holiday, between land and sea at the Bois d’Amour campsite.
Fishing in Morbihan
A fisherman’s paradise, Quiberon Bay invites you to try your hand at fishing, either at sea or on foot. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, there is something for everyone!
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced fisherman, learn all the fishing techniques to bait the fish. From the wild coast of Quiberon, to Belle-Île-en-Mer, enjoy a day trip organised by fishing guides. From Port-Haliguen, you can practice sport fishing for the rarest predators such as sea bass or large pollack in the open sea. Come back with a miraculous catch: sea bass, sea bream, pollack and spoil your friends or family with a succulent barbecue at the campsite. Take advantage of the high tides to go fishing on foot with your family and enjoy a gourmet adventure.
Introduce your children to the pleasure of fishing on foot near the campsite. With family or friends, come and practice this activity during the high tide periods and go in search of shellfish and crustaceans in the rocky and sandy areas of Quiberon Bay. Bring boots, bucket, net and a rake to survey the Pointe du Conguel, 1 km from the campsite. This is a great spot for fishing on foot and offers you clams, razor clams and other burrowing shellfish. A pleasant moment to spend with family or friends, and with luck, to enjoy the catch of the day.