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BELLE-ILE 45 minutes away by boat.

A "jewel in the sea" :
45 minutes cruise away is the largest of the Breton islands (9km wide and 20 km long). You will arrive at its capital, Le Palais, hidden behind its citadel built by Vauban, or the small flower decked port of Sauzon.
Its colourful glens, fragile dunes and little coves inspired Alexandre Dumas, Monet, Sarah Bernhardt and many others…
The regular shuttle bus from the Sémaphore car park located 500 metres away from the DO MI SI LA MI 3 star campsite leaves for the ferry landing every 20 minutes.

www.belle-ile.com

 

Houat, a remarkable island 50 minutes away by boat

Houat is a tranquil island where motor vehicles have never been known, situated14 km off the coast of Quiberon and separated from its twin Hoëdic by 8 km of blue sea.
From Port-Saint-Gildas, its fishing port, you can set off on hikes past soft white sandy beaches and jagged reefs.
Amongst the swathes of purple heathland and the swards of small graceful flowers, the sounds, perfumes and colours are just as they were in the earliest Celtic times.…
You will be seduced by the charms of Houat with its little streams, white walled houses and narrow back streets.

www.iles-du-ponant.com/ile-de-houat

 

Hoëdic 70 min away by boat.

A three hour walk is all it takes to explore the granite rock that is Hoedic, literally "little duck" in Breton.
Houat and Hoëdic, the two little sisters. Nowhere else will you find such an ambience of tranquillity, serenity, authenticity and magic.
Please note that motor vehicles are banned on Houat and Hoedic.

www.hoedic.net

 

Auray and the port of St Goustan 25 km from Quiberon.

With its significant natural, historical and architectural heritage, the village of Auray merits a visit. The themes mentioned in the list opposite are an invitation to visit historic sites (St-Goustan, Kerléano, La Gare...) or natural sites (La Petite Forêt, le Vallon du Reclus).

www.auray-tourisme.com

 

Vannes, a historic town 45 km from Quiberon.

Vannes, located at the head of the Gulf of Morbihan, was founded more than 2,000 years ago. Today it displays evidence of its diverse economic history, for a long time based on prosperous maritime trade. The historic town’s narrow back streets and squares offer a variety of different ambiences…

www.tourisme-vannes.com

 

Carnac and its menhirs 20 km from Quiberon.

Carnac, a major tourist attraction in the Bay of Quiberon, near the Gulf of Morbihan and 10 km away from the Vannes - Lorient road, has numerous facilities and services to offer. Amongst the numerous alignments of menhir stones you can admire here are : Kerzerho, Sainte Barbe, Le vieux Moulin, Le menec, Kermario, Kerlescan and le petit Menec…

www.ot-carnac.fr

 

Lorient and the citadel of Port Louis 55 km from Quiberon.

The well preserved citadel of Port Louis, which was built in 1591 under the direction of the engineer Cristobal de Rojas, offers a unique view of Lorient harbour from the top of its ramparts.
Visit the Eric Tabarly sailing museum, climb aboard the ship "La Thalassa" and explore the underwater museum,…

www.lorient-tourisme.fr

 

The Gulf of Morbihan, trips departing from Quiberon.

The Gulf of Morbihan is at the centre of one of the largest concentrations of megaliths in the world. The islands, the whole of the coastline and the inland heathlands are home to countless menhirs, portal tombs and barrows.

www.golfedumorbihan.fr

 

Plouharnel, 15 km from Quiberon.

A flower decked village with chapels and fountains typical of the area. Visit the Abbey of the monks and nuns of Kergonan.

www.plouharnel.fr

 

La Gacilly, 100 km from Quiberon.

Land of Yves Rocher.
The largest open air Photo Festival in France : internationally famous photographers will take part in this year’s festival.
Their work will be displayed for public view in the streets, the gardens and on the walls of La Gacilly.

www.paysdelagacilly.com