Quiberon, at the tip of the peninsula, 14 km offshore is the ideal starting point to get away to the islands : Belle-Ile- en-Mer, the largest known for its unique landscapes but also more discreet and yet endearing small islands Houat or HĹ“dic .
All year round, daily departures from Quiberon to Belle-Ă®le-en-Mer, Houat et Hoedic for passengers & vehicules. Hours, rates et booking on our website or by phone.
Port Maria - Gare Maritime - Quiberon
TĂ©l. 0 820 056 156 (0.12â‚¬ TTC/mn)
Belle-Ă®le-en-Mer from Vannes, Port-Navalo, Locmariaquer, le Croisic et La Turballe.
Booking at the tourist office
9 allĂ©e LoĂŻc Carradec - Gare maritime - Vannes
TĂ©l. 02 97 46 60 00
Belle Ile en-Ile-en-Mer
Anchored 15 kilometers from Quiberon, 20 km long , 9 km wide and peaking at 71 meters , Belle- Ile-en -Mer is the eldest Ponant islands, the largest of the Breton islands. It is a magical island known oceanic climate, changing lights and contrasting landscapes. It is noted for its Citadel Point of Foals and Port Coton Needles .
Tourist Office - Tel. 33 (0)2 97 31 81 93
www.belle-ile.com - firstname.lastname@example.org
To visit Belle-Ile-en Mer:
Car rental with Locatourisle
Commented bus tour with Les Cars Bleus
Les Cars Bleus offer sightseeing tours with guided tour of Belle-Ile-en-Mer. A multiple choice of excursions available to you. The grand tour of the island, the circuit discovery of the Wild Coast, museums and crafts, hiking day or tour custom groups transfers on request.
Gare maritime - Quiberon
Rue Jules Simon - Le Palais
Tel. 33 (0)2 97 30 56 64
Long and narrow, Houat emerges sometimes in granite cliffs, sometimes sandy beaches to breathtaking. The charm works with its fishing boats Ă©clartantes colors, its charming village with white houses and its rich presered nature.
Tel. 33 (0)2 97 30 68 04
Eclosarium de Houat
This museum will allow you to learn about the history of the island and its inhabitants. You will also discover the diversity and importance of microscopic marine world. Open from 30 May to 27 September.
In June and September: from 10h to 12h and from 14h to 16h.
In July and August: 10 am to 12:30 pm and from 14 to 17.30. Closed on Mondays. Free for children under 7 years.
Ile de Houat - TĂ©l. 33 (0)2 97 52 38 38
Smaller than Houat, HoĂ«dic is also less populated with 120 people in his village that lies at the heart of the dunes. An old fort, built in the nineteenth century to defend the coast, never received any garrison and welcomes guest rooms today. Again, the protected dunes offer a rare and fragrant flora.
Tel. 33 (0)2 97 52 48 88