It is possible to spend the day in Quiberon by staying at the Hotel Le Celtique. The peninsula is easily accessible by road or even by boat.
The seaside resort of Quiberon, in the south of the peninsula, enjoys an exceptional location facing the Atlantic. At the entrance to the bay, the port has retained all of its charm. You can still see its emblematic lighthouse built in 1856 and its keepers' house which now hosts exhibitions. The center of Quiberon is a ten-minute walk away.
To stroll, stock up on souvenirs to bring back in your suitcases or enjoy an ice cream with your feet in the sand, towards the Grande Plage, lined with shops and restaurants.
On the east coast of the peninsula, discover other magnificent beaches sheltered from the wind. On the west coast, the "Côte Sauvage" offers breathtaking landscapes, between dunes and cliffs, dominated by the Goalennec menhir. Be sure to admire a superb sunset there before your return to the hotel! Château Turpault, an Anglo-medieval-style manor house located on the Pointe de Beg er Lann (or Pointe de la Lande), marks the start of this scenic route.
Finally, the picturesque villages of Kermorvan or Saint-Julien represent beautiful points of departure for your hikes or bike rides.
In the extreme south of Quiberon, the Pointe du Conguel is a veritable corner of Breton paradise. The large stone slabs found there are the remains of seaweed ovens where the algae from the soda factories burned.