Stopover in Quiberon
For our very first autumn/winter collection , we went to Quiberon, a Breton peninsula with spectacular wild landscapes that seduced and jostled us at the same time.
Surrounded by water, the Quiberon peninsula offers two sides: on one side the Atlantic Ocean and its wild coast swept by winds and waves, on the other the almost Mediterranean softness of its sheltered coves.
On the bay side, to the east of the peninsula, there are magnificent white sand beaches such as Petit Rohu beach, which allows you to enjoy the calm and the first rays of the sun while being protected from the wind, with your feet in the sea. 'water.
Located at the entrance to the bay, Port Maria is a small marina that welcomes sailboats and fishing boats. We go to meet the fishermen and board an old trawler, the time to take some photos, before going to greet Gurvan who runs the famous Poissonnerie Lucas. Recognizable by its fisherman in yellow raincoat at the entrance to the store, the Lucas fish shop has been a family affair for more than 40 years. From father to son, they select the finest fish and ensure the quality of their products.
At the end of the peninsula is the Pointe du Conguel, a natural site placed under the protection of the coastal conservatory and an ideal place for a beautiful walk at sunrise. A path goes around it, allowing you to enjoy the calm of the bay at the same time as the fury of the ocean. You can see the beginning of the Gulf of Morbihan as well as the Teignouse lighthouse.
A real institution in Quiberon, Le Vivier is a seafood restaurant offering a breathtaking view of the Côte Sauvage. It's the perfect place to enjoy mussels and fries and other seafood while admiring the beauty of the raging ocean and the sunset.
There is also surfing in Quiberon, especially in Port Blanc, a spot with fast waves appreciated by experienced surfers. Alternating coves and cliffs, the Côte Sauvage offers a mineral and raw decor that literally seduced us.
From Port Bara via the Arche de Port Blanc, emblem of the Quiberon peninsula, reaching the Pointe du Percho on which stands the old Customs House, now in ruins, ideas for walks not miss.
Last stop on the largest beach in Quiberon: Penthièvre beach, lined with dunes. The wind and the rain are there to end this Breton stay which will have offered us 4 seasons in one day.
- The Vivier