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The peninsula of Quiberon, which extends 14 km out to sea, is a very popular tourist destination in southern Brittany.
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Camping holidays Quiberon
A lively and buzzing seaside resort throughout the year, Quiberon also has lots of different, constantly changing landscapes, which people who enjoy the countryside will love during their holiday. With beaches, little inlets, steep cliffs and sand dunes, the coastal scenery is extremely varied and you'll be bewitched by it! As for the ocean, the coast is jagged and wild, perfect for seaside walks, while the side with the bay has all sorts of enticing sheltered beaches for afternoons relaxing by the water. On the Quiberon peninsula, there are no fewer than 19 beaches awaiting you! You really will be overwhelmed by choice during your camping holiday!
In Quiberon, lots of activities are available during your holiday. Fancy the idea of a wellness and relaxation break? Then you should choose some thalassotherapy sessions at the Thalassa Quiberon institute.
Or perhaps you've decided to reacquaint yourself with some sport during your holiday? With 40 km of coastal paths, Quiberon is the perfect place for hiking, cycling and running, so get those shoes on!
As a family-friendly seaside resort, all sorts of watersports are also available including windsurfing, waterskiing, surfing, canoeing & kayaking and diving.
And Quiberon is also the perfect departure point for discovering the surrounding islands such as the largest one, Belle-Ile-en-Mer, which is well known for its landscapes, and Ile Houat and Ile Hoëdic.
At the end of the day come and enjoy some of the numerous Breton specialities such as the famous galettes de sarrasin and crêpes bretonnes pancakes, and the delicious Kouign Amann, a cake made with salted butter which you need to eat without counting calories! And while you're here, don't forget to try some of the freshly caught fish and seafood, which go down a storm in Brittany!