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Houat and Hoedic islands

The islands of Houat Hoedic are a few miles off the coast of Quiberon peninsula.

 

In Breton, Houat Hoëdic mean the "duck" and "duckling".

 

These islands have a unique fauna and flora.


To protect environment, no cars on Houat or Hoedic

 

They are a few kilometers loungers, so you can walk around in a few hours on the many trails and coastal paths.

 

There are beautiful fine sandy beaches, moors, dunes, coves and rocky headlands ...

 

You discover the history of these islands occupied by humans since prehistoric times.

 

And also, charming and peaceful villages with narrow streets and hollyhocks ...

 

you can take the boat from Locmariaquer, Vannes and Port Navalo during the summer, or Quiberon throughout the year, and you arrive on the islands in an hour.

 

So for your next vacation, come see us at the La Baie campsite reception: we will give you all the information you need to organize a day on the islands of Houat and Hoedic.

 

Camping de la Baie - Plage de Kervillen, 56470 La Trinité sur Mer - +33 02 97 55 73 42

 

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