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Loaded with iodine and sea spray, Mastic takes you to Morbihan in the south of Brittany, for a Country Break in partnership with the 4* Sauvage campsite, the starting point of our visit. We crisscrossed the peninsula aboard the campsite's bikes in search of the best Quiberon addresses between surf spots, fine sand beaches, old stones and gourmet stops.

view of the wild coast in Quiberon
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It was under an azure blue sky that we cycled across the Quiberon peninsula. From our base camp, installed at the brand new Sauvage open-air hotel, we traveled the peninsula and its surroundings in search of the best local addresses.

Located in the heart of the peninsula and facing the sea, the 4* Sauvage campsite is part of the Rivages Collection, an independent outdoor hotel group, which offers its guests simple, natural and virtuous stays. Holidaymakers stroll through the wooden and sandy paths lined with lush vegetation to their pretty cabin clad in black wood hidden behind the foliage. The terraces of the cabins are equipped with Ecofurn wooden deck chairs which immediately invite you to relax and confirm the environmental policy of the hotel group. Everything is designed to make your stay pleasant: the staff is attentive, the cabins are perfectly equipped, on site a shed rents bikes, a games room, ping-pong tables and a basketball court welcome the most young people, a food truck is installed in an Airstream camper van, outings are organized with local partners. And from 2024, a magnificent aquatic area will complete the premises.

So it was from this new generation campsite that we traveled through the villages of the peninsula in search of the most authentic spots and the coolest addresses.


The peninsula cycle path

What could be better than discovering the peninsula with your hair blowing in the wind? A cycle path takes you from Quiberon to Plouharnel and crisscrosses the peninsula along the ocean and through the maritime pine forests. The more sporty can continue along the greenway to Ethel.

Tour of the peninsula on foot

Travel the entire southern part of the peninsula and discover the cliffs of the Côte Sauvage, the southern tip, the dunes and all its beaches. A large 29 km loop which leaves from the Isthmus of Penthièvre. It's long and requires a bit of training but the good news is that there is almost no difference in altitude.

The village of Sainte-Barbe

For lovers of old stones and history, the quiet and charming hamlet of Sainte-Barbe just outside Plouharnel has a picturesque chapel, the scene of a historical episode which pitted the chouans against Republican soldiers during the Revolution. Also, an alignment of 27 menhirs stands in a neighboring field and the village leads directly to the large white sand beach.

Sunset in Portivy

To taste whelks at aperitif time or enjoy a mussel and fries on the port terraces while enjoying the sunset...

Port of Portivy 56510 Saint-Pierre-Quiberon

Surfing at Guérites beach

The village of Plouharnel at the entrance to the peninsula is one of the most famous surf spots in Brittany and France. Moreover, a sign announces the color as soon as you enter the village. The Breton Surf School has been providing lessons on Guérites beach since 1994 for all ages and levels.

surf in Quiberon
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Surf Shop

A.T.S has a board manufacturing workshop, some of which is made from recycled boards, a surf store offering the major surf and street wear brands (Patagonia, Vans, Bolt etc.), as well as a coffee shop.

shop technique: 6, avenue de l'Océan 56430 Plouharnel

surf store: 40, avenue des Druides 56340 Carnac

coffee shop: 20, avenue de l'Océan 56340 Plouharnel


The shop is located on the main road which leads to Plouharnel. A veritable Alibaba cave where everything is carefully selected! Quality objects and therefore prices to match...

Le Purgatoire, 56340 Carnac

Cave Juste

A committed wine merchant who has met the winegrowers he distributes. Organize small festive events around wine of course!

2, place de la Marne 56510 Saint-Pierre-Quiberon

Maison Boblique - Le pétrin de Saint-Pierre

Very good organic bread and pastries that will catch your eye in a pretty, simple and authentic setting. You won't be able to resist their far!

59 Rue Général de Gaulle 56510 Saint-Pierre-Quiberon

La cour d'Orgères

Haute-couture artisanal jams made with love by this master craftsman who also sells artisanal ice creams in the summer. The jams are cooked the old-fashioned way in small quantities in red copper cauldrons, and are made from carefully selected fruits and reduced in sugar.

Rue des Confiseurs 56170 Quiberon

Le Garde Manger Enkabaredou

A 100% locavore grocery store with the crème de la crème of Breton and organic produce.

7, rue de l'Église 56170 Quiberon

Les Viviers Quiberonnais

A seafood stall that will make you pale. We want to buy everything and the fishmonger is super nice!

3, rue de l'Église 56170 Quiberon

storm in Portivy
portivy © mastic-lifestyle



The Sauvage campsite restaurant offers a full menu (and takeaway pizzas) to enjoy from breakfast until dinner, seated on its large terrace lit with lanterns and its breathtaking view of the pine trees and the sea.

31, rue de la Vierge 56510 Quiberon


Our favorite! Dishes to happily share in the setting of a typically Breton granite house transformed into a cheerful tavern in summer.

2, rue du Manoir 56510 Saint-Pierre-Quiberon

Le Restaurant du Petit Hôtel du Grand Large

Labeled Sustainable Gastronomy by Guide Michelin, this restaurant offers a unique meat-free tasting menu composed exclusively of plants from their vegetable gardens and resources from local fishing. A must!

11, quai Saint-Ivy 56510 Saint-Pierre-Quiberon


Bistro cuisine and organic and natural wines to be enjoyed in the setting of a pretty house clad in white wood and its wooded garden.

79, rue de port Haliguen 56170 Quiberon

Le Bar des Sports

Called BDS by regulars, the restaurant has just been taken over by a trio of young restaurateurs who offer a bistro menu full of freshness and authenticity.

55, place Georges le Hyaric, 56510 Saint-Pierre-Quiberon

Le Vivier

A Quiberon institution where you come to enjoy a seafood platter facing the ocean and nothing else around.

Route du Vivier 56170 Quiberon

Crêperie Pourlette

Unavoidable! Spending a stay in Brittany without eating crepes is unthinkable. The Pourlette creperie located in the town center of Quiberon offers the standard range of traditional pancakes and crepes in a 100% authentic setting and a friendly atmosphere.

2, rue Jean Bart, 56170 Quiberon


Camping Sauvage

Fully equipped two or three bedroom cabins in a green setting a stone's throw from the beach and in the center of the peninsula.

8, rue de la Vierge St-Julien plage 56170 Quiberon

Le Petit Hôtel du Grand Large

Above the restaurant mentioned above, 6 rooms decorated with elegance and simplicity.

11, quai Saint-Ivy 56510 Saint-Pierre-Quiberon

Hôtel des Deux Mers

A charming hotel located in a large bourgeois house from the 1930s, a stone's throw from the large Penthièvre beach where kite-surfing is religion. The hotel benefits from a large garden planted with olive trees, pine trees and a remarkable veranda. Most! The cycle path passes at the foot of the house.

8, avenue Surcouf - Penthièvre Plage 56510 Saint Pierre Quiberon


A land of history facing the sea, the surroundings of the peninsula offer numerous visits to be made during the day.

Houat & Boedic islands

Departing from the port of Quiberon, allow a 40-minute crossing before arriving at the small port of the magical island of Houat. 5 km long by 1.5 km wide, the island can easily be explored on foot in 4 hours using its 17 km of coastal paths. You can also discover Houat by bike but only by road. Unavoidable! A break on the fine sand and turquoise water beach of Trearc'h Er Goured and a seafood tasting in one of the island's restaurants. Hoedic offers the same change of scenery as its big sister Houat.

Belle-île en mer

We no longer need to present the largest of the Brittany islands, which have always been popular with celebrities. It can be visited in all seasons and offers a wide range of activities for fans of nature and culture: large beaches, coves, water sports, walks off the beaten track, discoveries of small ports and picturesque villages, the Vauban city, its artisans etc.

The Carnac alignments

Erected in the Neolithic period, the Carnac alignments constitute one of the most famous and impressive ensembles of prehistory, with nearly 3,000 standing stones. An extraordinary natural site that is unmissable and a visit to the museum is essential for enthusiasts.

Maison des Mégalithes Le Ménec 56340 Carnac

Le port de la Trinité-sur-Mer

An essential stopover for skippers and boaters from around the world, the port of La Trinité is the home port of prestigious offshore racing boats and has seen the biggest names in sailing parade including Éric Tabarly, Olivier de Kersauson, Eugène Riguidel, Francis Joyon, Yann Guichard or Anthony Marchand. At Easter, the port hosts the Spi-Ouest France, one of the biggest regattas in the country.

Port de la Trinité 56470 La Trinité-sur-Mer

vu des alignements de Carnac
carnac © mastic-lifestyle



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