Côte Sauvage

Great Outdoors

The Côte Sauvage stretches for 8km from Château Turpault to Pointe du Percho, facing west. Its rocky cliffs, and hidden caves and coves are a spectacular sight not to be missed. Covered in dunes and heathland, this incredible coastline affords impressive views of Belle-île and the sea beyond. Because of the rough seas, there is a strict no swimming policy around this coastline but you can enjoy its beauty from the coastal road and walking path.

Places to visit nearby

Quiberon in Brittany is a pretty fishing port at the tip of the slim Quiberon Peninsula.

Carnac in Brittany is a small town on the River Crac'h that is most famous for its wealth of pre-historic megalithic monuments, the Carnac Stones.

Located in Morbihan, on the Southern coast of Brittany, the fascinating city of Vannes is an intriguing mix of antiquity and urbanisation

Nearby attractions

Rebuilt multiple times, the Eglise Notre Dame de Locmaria has a tumultuous history. First built in the 15th century, it was rebuilt in the 17th century and sacked by English invaders before being rebuilt again in the 1900s...

The town museum, La Maison du Patrimoine, covers local Quiberon history from prehistory to the 20th century. On the ground floor you'll find out all about the ancient history of the area from Neolithic times through the Gallic...

A large sandy beach, the Grande Plage at Quiberon is, of course, a popular place to sit out in the sun. Supervised by lifeguards it also has a beach club for kids of different ages and is great for a family day out.