GR 34: Explore Quiberon Bay from Auray to Etelfavorite_borderAdd to favourites
In South Brittany, take the GR34, also called the Sentier des Douaniers (Customs Trail), and discover an amazing coastline. It has fantastic views of the sea, exceptional at every single step, invigorating air from the open sea... This walk on the GR 34 in the Bay of Quiberon will fill you with happiness!
A traditional Breton heritage to discover along the GR 34
In Erdeven, an authentic Breton village, you will cross the charming 20 hectare Keravéon landscape park with its manor house and stylish door. A little further on, an exceptional megalithic heritage unveils: menhirs and dolmens line the countryside and the sunken paths. Kercadio, Mané Braz, Chaise de César... Then Plouharnel, the imposing dolmen of Crucuno and its megalithic enclosure. Then comes the village of Sainte Barbe, steeped in history.
A walk to discover the oyster farms and megaliths of the Bay of Quiberon
We now reach the mainland part of Quiberon Bay with its oyster farms. Explore Carnac and its scattered megalithic treasures, the village of Saint Colomban, its superb beaches of fine sand, then those of Trinité-sur-Mer. Discover the Kervillen salt marshes, the tip of Kerbihan with an incredible panoramic view of the Bay, and finally the marina of La Trinité-sur-Mer.
Do you want to continue? To the east of the Bay of Quiberon, the GR34 takes you to Locmariaquer and the entrance to the Gulf of Morbihan, then invites you to join Auray and the port of Saint-Goustan via Crac'h...
Exploring Quiberon Peninsula
Magnificent landscapes stand alongside small pieces of paradise on the ocean side and on the bay side. A breathtaking wild coast, fine sandy beaches, lovely coves, you will have endless photo sessions between the Pointe du Percho, the arch of Port Blanc in Saint-Pierre Quiberon, the Château Turpault or the Pointe du Conguel in Quiberon.
A few miles offshore, the GR34 takes you to Belle-Ile-en-Mer, the Magnificent. The coastal path borders this beautiful island, the largest of the Breton islands.
What are you waiting for to put on your hiking boots?