Quiberon: Storm big waves

Storm on Quiberon, the sea is washing machine, it brews with force was such that the salt turns into foam that can be found on the rating but also roads along the Wild Coast.

 

 

February 13, 2016 –  Report HD  TV Quiberon 24/7

 

In all four seasons, the Quiberon peninsula ( France – Brittany ) offers unforgettable charm and magic: the natural and spectacular beauty of the Côte Sauvage, small sandy beaches, unique sites…

Jutting out into the sea for 9 miles (14km) and just 72ft (22m) wide at its narrowest point, the Quiberon Peninsula is a tourist destination

Cote sauvage for about 10 km, it proudly faces the Atlantic, tempering its ardour and thus protecting the bay of Quiberon. Tormented seascapes, labyrinths of grottos, rocks, creeks whose beaches are re-sculpted with each new tide, the splendour of this coastline has long inspired painters and photographers.

The villages of Quiberon are a joy to behold: little clusters of granite or blue-and-white-painted fishermen’s cottages, ancient chapels; four ports where fishermen unload their catch and where weekenders moor their cruisers. Port Maria used to be France’s principal sardine fishing port and it still has around 200 fishing boats; it’s here too that you catch the ferry over to Belle-Île.

Quiberon’s beaches have something to interest all tastes. The windy, sandy expanses west of Penthièvre in the north are popular with horse-riders, sand-yachters and surfers whereas families favour the sheltered beaches around St-Pierre-Quiberon in the south. Wherever you are, you won’t be far from someone who can teach you a watersport or hire you some equipment.
All year long, Quiberon is a lively resort with its shops, its thalassotherapy and its beaches… A varied entertainment program is available throughout the seasons. For nature lovers, Quiberon is the place to be, with its open skies, sheltered beaches, wide horizons and endless. Quiberon is bathed in a beautiful light with tints of grey-mauve or blue-green (Breton has only one word “glaz” for blue and green). The famous breton word “glaz” has the power to unite the colors of changing lights, the sky and the sea. In spring, the palette of lights and colors is breathtaking… The prickly gorse opens in a palette of yellows. Heathers flowering on the green grass of the heathlands surround the tower of Locmaria while plovers, wheatears, gull chicks and their parents wheel and call. The beaches come alive with the laughter of the season’s first bathers and the spring tides reveals plenty to fill the beach gatherer’s buckets. Quiberon Bay is a paradise for sailors and sea lovers, the skyline is filled with sails and boarders enjoy the shoreline waves.

 

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Die Halbinsel bietet Ihnen eine Vielfalt von Landschaftseindrücken, Atmosphären und Farben. Bewundern Sie die verschiedenen Nuancen der Ozeans: ein klares, transparentes Hellblau unter der warmen Sommersonne, das Smaragdgrün der Küste an sonnigen Wintertagen und dazwischen alle Schattierungen von Blau und Grün, das sogennante “glaz”, die sich je nach der Farbe des Himmels ständig verändern. Die Strände werden Sie bezaubern mit ihrem feinen, fast weißen Sand, die Dünen mit ihrem zarten Grün und ihren Palisaden, den naturgrauen, von Wind und Wetter polierten Holzzäunen. Die Granitfelsen zeigen manchmal weiße Adern und sind mit winzigen, glänzenden Glimmern übersät. Bei Sonnenuntergang nehmen die Felsenklippen nach und nach immer wieder neue Farben an, von strahlendem, satten Orange bis hin zu sanften Violettönen. Auf der Heide und dem Grasland an der Küste entlang entfaltet sich im Lauf der Jahreszeiten ein Fest der Farben: ein zarter rosa Teppich aus  Strand-Grasnelken, das warme Gelb der Ginsterbüsche und des Stechginsters und im Herbst das Violet des Heidekrauts.

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