Saint-Pierre Quiberon unfurls along 8km (5 miles) from the isthmus of Penthièvre to the most beautiful sites of the Wild Coast, Port-Blanc, Port-Bara… The canton is nestled on a granite strip bordered on the west by the ocean and on the east by the Bay. The sea is always close, a privilege of the shape of the Quiberon peninsula. A territory full of contrasts, where land and sea harmoniously coexist. « The Gulf of Morbihan », a wonderful and confined small sea, scattered with islands, which gave its breton name to the department « small / bihan and sea / Mor ». The Gulf of Morbihan is a regional nature park classified site.
The Quiberon peninsula stretches for 14km (8 miles). Formerly, this granitic territory was an island. The landscape reveals us this insular past; the peninsula suddenly gets higher and larger.
Marvellous sceneries meet invigorating corners of paradise where you will appreciate discovery, serenity and relaxation. The breathtaking Wild Coast, fine sandy beaches, crunchy coves, activities for everyone, fascinating history, etc. will know how to seduce you.
Report HD – TV Quiberon 24/7 – May 6, 2015