The Peninsula offers some 40 km of hiking trails, more than half laid out on the coast. By the sea you can explore the Wild Coast, the sandy beaches, fishing ports and harbor of Port Haliguen and, the extreme southeast, the Pointe Conguel with its orientation table.
Inland, you will follow paths lined with stone walls that meander across the heathland from village to village, passing by fountains and mills. From the top of the Locmaria Tower located in the heart of the peninsula you will find a panoramic view over the entire peninsula and the Bay of Quiberon.
on foot or by bike, hike freedly
Three walks and one walking tour and mountain biking are available to you at Quiberon. On arrival, ask us about these circuits or download them from our section brochures. price â‚¬ 6.
Discover an archeological site aged 6200 years BC with a special guide!
This Mesolithic site is located in Quiberon on the costal footpath between the Casino and the Thalassotharepy center.
Download the Guidigo appâ€™ and discover the life of the marine hunters and pickers through 2 well illustrated guided tours in english :
- Prehistory in Quiberon (for adults)
- The mystery of hunters an gatherers (for children and families)
Association Presqu'Ă®le Histoire
46 avenue des druides - Saint-Pierre-Quiberon
Tel. 33 (0)2 97 30 95 35
Accompanied ride on foot or bike on the peninsula. Organization of guided outings on foot or bicycle seminar on the peninsula. Commented organizing tours by bus (1/2 day or full day) on the peninsula; Weekend hiking commented on the peninsula: 2 tours of about 16 km.
Syndicat Mixte du Grand Site GĂ˘vres-Quiberon
Tel. 33 (0)2 97 55 50 89
Throughout the year, Nicolas Le Garff offers nature walks to observe the flora and fauna preserved natural environments: the Wild Coast of Quiberon and the Pointe de Conguel. Find the schedule of guided walks Events section.
You can see also a virtual tour of the Great Dune Site GĂ˘vres-Quiberon by clicking here.
For hiking riding on the peninsula, contact equestrian centers that will offer you 1 hour or half-day outings. There is a lot of paths that wind through the moor allow horseback riding; However, the protected area of the Great Dune Site is subject to the requirements for the respect of the environment: see their brochure for details.