Cote Sauvage

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DaveAlx
Kidderminster, UK179 contributions
Friends
The Cote Sauvage stretches along the Western coast of the Quiberon Peninsular in S. Brittany.
It has many car parks with walks , mainly easy, of lengths from a 10 minute stop to watch the waves,up to a 4hour plus hike along the length of the cliffs. All the paths provide a series of fantastic views down to the waves crashing on rocks; out to sea with surfers in the foreground and the islands on the horizon; and particularly along the coast to see the rocks caves and stacks eroded by the sea. As the name implies, it can be windy and rough but even then the beautiful coves provide a sandy beach to rest upon. Make sure you have plenty of battery power in your camera. It is impossible to resist a photograph.
Written February 18, 2015
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gordium2013
Bucharest, Romania257 contributions
Couples
Spectacular place, it's really impressive to see the Atlantic Ocean waves breaking on the Bretagne shore, carving and shaping the rocks. This is where you get a sense of Ocean's power and nature's force as the waves are breaking on the cliffs creating interesting landscapes. So it fully deserve its name, since Cote Sauvage means Wild Coast!
Written October 11, 2014
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Carla P
Turin, Italy174 contributions
Couples
By car or bike to see the sea on the west coast of Quiberon.Impressive waves and rocks as nature can do,but there are a lot of people...Just to do
Written August 26, 2020
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Fam_Bruijn
Emmen, The Netherlands33 contributions
Family
How to get there:
GPS parking and entrance footpath : N47.52669 W3.15622

Drive from Plouharnel to Quiberon. In the village Kerhostin turn right at the traffic light.
Follow the signs 'Côte Sauvage', you pass Portivy and Fozo.
At the end of 'Route du Fozo' there is a parking at the left side of the road, on the other side of the road starts a footpath that runs along the coast. You can take a 10 minute walk or an 4 hour walk, enjoy!

Written August 11, 2015
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Gemma W
Battlesbridge, UK2 contributions
Couples
Beautiful. Spent all day walking around the various beaches and rugged landscape. Plenty of bars and restaurants to stop and have a drink and watch the world go by
Written February 22, 2015
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GaultMillaut
Merzig, Germany43 contributions
Family
I'am always impressed from the fresh clean and clear water. Hiking on the cliffs and afterwards swimming in the waves as its best (even though not allowed)!
Written July 14, 2019
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Jasmine38Chichester UK
Chichester, UK1,736 contributions
Couples
Lovely place for a drive, cycle or hike as a great cliff path to follow. Number of places to park but will need to be there and back walk unless you park closer to Quiberon town then you can do circular walk to the tip , round to the harbour and back through the town to your car. This is about 10k and passes many beautiful beaches. Beware though that once you leave the front there are hardly any bars or shops until you get back to town so suggest you take water with you if it's a warm day.
Written July 11, 2018
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Bullivant
Wimborne Minster, UK209 contributions
Couples
Very scenic coastal drive with lots of places to pull off and take to the coastal path. Great photo opportunities especially if rough with the waves breaking over the rocks. Road gets quite busy with people joining and leaving parking spots so car needed. Good well defined coastal path for the energetic!
Written October 5, 2017
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Robert P
27 contributions
Couples
Absolutely worth the two days we spent here. We hiked the Cote sauvage for just about an entire day and loved it. Too many good views to stop !
Written June 15, 2017
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Willy B
Genk, Belgium385 contributions
Business
The peninsula of Quiberon is one of the more scenic parts of Brittany. The center ofQuiberon is suffering from it's popularity and even out of season it is better to park your car at the paid parking at the lighthouse and take the shuttle bus into downtown. Getting rid of your car in downtown is going to be expensive and/or a pproblem. The Road along the Western edge of the peninsula is a must see on a trip to Quiberon. About 7 km long, take your time to take many stops for photos or short walks on the outcropping rocks.
Written May 30, 2017
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