The Wild Coast of Quiberon is one of the exceptional natural sites of the Brittany coast.
Facing west, battered by the swell and regularly swept by strong winds, this granite coast is discovered on 8 kilometers, along its coastal path.
A protected natural site on the peninsula of Quiberon
This path is reserved for pedestrians and preserves fragile flora and fauna.
It allows you to admire a powerful and ever-changing sea from the cliffs covered with lichen and seasonal flowers: carnations, heather, violets, brooms, maritime armory ...
The caves and natural arches of the wild coast of Quiberon
All along the Wild Coast, erosion has created many creeks, beaches, rocky escarpments but also dozens of caves, some of which are discovered at low tide and natural arches, such as that of Port Blanc.
Attention, the wild coast is aptly named, even in calm weather, the waves are dangerous and swimming is prohibited.
Stay cautious, bottom blades can pop up anytime and accidents still occur despite the municipality's recommendations.
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