Walk along the wild coast in Quiberon

A walk from the city center to discover the wild side of the Quiberon peninsula.

Walk along the wild coast in Quiberon (6 kms). Easy walk without difficulty. The coast is beautiful with its cliffs and small coves. However the path runs along a road with a lot of cars. Little disappointment. On the other hand there are a lot of small parking areas to stop and it's easy to visit the wild coast by car.

Interest: noteweak (1 note)
Difficulty: difficulté
Duration: 2 h.

City Centre of Quiberon

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City Centre of Quiberon
The walk starts at the centre of Quiberon. The town centre of Quiberon is a little bit disappointing.

Port Maria

Port Maria
The port was the first sardine port of France a long time ago. In the picture we can see a remnant of the Atlantic wall erected by the Germans during the second world war.

Turpault castle

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Turpault castle
The Turpault castle was built in 1910 by an industrialist. The castle is a private residence and is not open to the public.

The path along the ocean

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The path along the ocean

Bathing forbidden

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Bathing forbidden
The panel indicates that it is strictly forbidden to bathe along this part of the coast.

A Creek

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A Creek
The coastal path is very long, there are many car parks along the path where you can stop.

The ocean

The ocean

The Wild Coast

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The Wild Coast
The coast is beautiful, but too close to the road. It’s disappointing. You hear the sound of the cars.

Ocean view

Ocean view
On the picture you see Belle-île-en-Mer far away, the crossing takes 45 minutes from Quiberon to Belle-île-en-Mer.

The fish tank

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The fish tank
There is a café-restaurant if you want to take a break. You can also see a basin which kept the crustaceans before their shipment. It is no longer used.

The trip back

The trip back

The moor

The moor
The way back among the moor is very nice.

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