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Port Blanc
© P. Baissac
© Patrice Baissac
Port d'orange
© A. Lamoureux
© Alexandre Lamoureux

Discover Saint-Pierre Quiberon on the Peninsula

Explore Saint-Pierre Quiberon from the Penthièvre isthmus to the most beautiful sites on the Wild Coast. Discover a territory bordered by the Ocean to the west with its wild coast, and by the Bay to the east, with its fine sandy beaches. When you are in Saint-Pierre Quiberon, the sea is never very far away.

Take a stroll on the Wild Coast

From the charming port of Portivy, take the coastal path and follow miles of wild coast. Between cliffs battered by the wind and sculpted by the swell as well as high dunes, admire emblematic places and exceptional views such as Port Bara, the arch of Port Blanc, and Pointe du Percho.

A beach for every taste

In Saint-Pierre Quiberon, choose from among 17 beaches, whatever tickles your fancy: rocks, fine sand and sea. Enjoy shellfish gathering, bathing, strolling or just relaxing...experience these simple pleasures on our fine sandy beaches.

There are many water sports activities to try out and to each activity its specific spot either on the bay side on an exceptional body of water, or on the Ocean side. Surfing, kite surfing sand yachting, kayaking, diving are practiced in all seasons. You will be accompanied by professionals who will be more than delighted to share their passion with you in total safety.

In July and August, bathing is supervised on Kéraude beach near the Port of Orange.

Authentic ports

Portivy, a world at the end of the world, is the only shelter for sailors on the ocean side. The little Portivy port discovers a fishing village on the waterfront. Take a walk to the chapel of Lotivy, do not miss the sunset over the sea, a sight that never ceases to fascinate evening walkers.

On the bay side, the Port of Orange offers a breathtaking view of Quiberon Bay. The Éric Tabarly promenade invites you to stroll along the waterfront where beautiful villas dating from the late 19th century are reminiscent of the origin of tourism with the advent of the train in 1882.

Suspended terraces, close shops and summer activities allow you to enjoy this small port. The pretty beach of Kéraude with its fine clear sand is an ideal family haven.