COVID-19 info: the situation in Quiberon Bayfavorite_borderAdd to favourites
The Baie de Quiberon Tourist Office informs you. Find all the useful information concerning the measures put in place during the reconfinement. This page is likely to change every day as information is provided by the State and the Prefecture.
Updated on 02/11/2020 at 09:00 am
OUR RECEPTION OFFICES
As of October 30th, the reception offices are closed to the public. A permanence by phone and email is assured from Monday to Friday from 9am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 5pm. Tourist tax is available from 9am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 5.30pm on 02 56 54 81 79.
The whole team is also at your disposal for online chat and social networks.
As of October 30, 2020, non-essential businesses and establishments receiving the public (ERP) will be closed during containment.
In mirror image, unlike the month of March, a number of activities are being maintained, in particular public services, including counter services, wholesale businesses, food markets and, of course, analytical laboratories. The parks, gardens, beaches and bodies of water also remain accessible.
Returns from All Saints' Day holidays will be tolerated until Sunday 1st November. Moving from one region to another will be forbidden.
Travelling is forbidden except in the following cases and only upon certification for :
Travel between home and the place of work or universities (or higher education establishments) for students or adult education centres and professional travel that cannot be postponed.
Travelling to make purchases of supplies needed for professional activity, basic necessities in establishments whose activities remain authorised (list on gouvernement.fr) and home deliveries;
Consultations and care that cannot be provided at a distance and cannot be postponed, and the purchase of medicines;
Travel for compelling family reasons, for assistance to vulnerable and precarious persons or for childcare;
Travel for people with disabilities and their carers;
Short journeys, within the limit of one hour per day and within a maximum radius of one kilometre around the home, related either to the individual physical activity of the persons, excluding any collective sporting practice and any proximity with other persons, or to walking with only the persons grouped together in the same home, or to the needs of pets;
Judicial or administrative summons and visits to public services;
Participation in missions of general interest at the request of the administrative authority.
RESTAURANTS & BARS
The cafés, bars and restaurants are closed from 30 October 2020. During this reconfinement, shopkeepers, restaurateurs and producers in the area are once again organising themselves to offer services while respecting hygiene measures and "barrier" gestures. Indeed, despite the difficult conditions, they wish to continue their activity and are adapting their services, for example by offering home delivery or take-away sales.
The following establishments remain open:
Hotels and similar accommodation excluding holiday villages, family houses and hostels ;
Tourist and other short-term accommodation where it constitutes a regular residence for the persons living there ;
Camping grounds and parks for caravans or recreational vehicles where they constitute a regular place of residence for the persons living there.
Returns from All Saints' Day holidays will be tolerated until Sunday 1 November. Moving from one region to another will be prohibited.
TER and BreizhGo coach services will be maintained until further notice. Normal resumption of the school circuits on 2 November at the usual times. BreizhGo
BreizhGo bus timetables in Morbihan. Please refer to the timetables by clicking here.
Transport on the maritime lines : You will find on the site of the maritime companies the detail of what circulates line by line and the health measures set up
For more information on the Covid-19, the situation in France, reconfinement instructions, hygiene rules... consult the Government's dedicated website.