Tourism in Bretagne : the Quiberon peninsula




Distance : 51,3 km/ 1H20


Dihan-Sainte Barbe : 7,8 km/17 mn


Sainte-Barbe-Côte sauvage de Quiberon : 17,7km/24mn


Côte sauvage de Quiberon- Grande plage-Saint Pierre : 7,2km/15mn


Saint-Pierre-Dihan : 18,6km/24mn


As soon as june arrives, take the train called « tire-bouchon » to go there (departure in  Ploëmel’s station) , WE of june and september, every day in july and august. Take your bikes…


The rest of the time…


Make a left when going out of Dihan the first left after the rendez-vous des chasseurs café,  route du Hahon/Kermabo


Right before the railwayline, route du Cosquer/kerarno


If you have kids or like horses, make a stop at Agnès Equicelte horse ridding center centrer(06-80-87-58-09 : horses, ponies, dunkeys, but also goats, pigs and others!


Follow on to Sainte Barbe, tipicaly charming small village with a 16th century chapel  to discover  Plouharnel.


Taste the kouign amann (bakery on your right) !


In Plouharnel, take the direction of Quiberon. Appreciate the moment when you are surrounded by the sea.


Check on your right the sign  « Côte sauvage ». Don’t miss Porz guen  and its arch, the beaches of  Port-Bara and Port-Rhu: you’ll see notice on the horizon the island of  Belle-île,


After this you can stop to eat seafood or have a coffe at the restaurant Le vivier (02 97 50 12 60), enjoying the sea view !


Go to Quiberon to shop, have a pankake (we like the port Haliguen one : Crêperie du vieux port (42-44 Rue Surcouf -02 97 50 01 56 ) or an ice cream near the  beach.


you can also stop at  Saint Pierre ( you’ll see a sign on the main road on your left when you arrive to quib eron). Market on thursday mornings. To have lunch, a nice place Le Bigorn’eau (quai d Orange, 02 97 30 98 76) or smarter the Petit hôtel du grand large (Quai d’Ivy, Portivy, 02 97 30 91 61).



To swim, try the Penthièvre beach.



To come back, take  Auray, then Ploëmel at the purgatoire round about. Left in Ploëmel direction Erdeven.