Quiberon is a peninsula in Morbihan that was, until the eleventh century, a proper island. With time and massive deforestation, Quiberon became a peninsula and was finally connected to Brittany and the continent. The peninsula is divided between a wild coast, an environmental wonder were carnations, purple heather, broom and thrift grow profusely, and the city, in which stand mostly industrial areas (La Belle-Îloise, Les Niniches). Discover the wilderness of the island on foot, on bike, by kayaking or on horseback. Get to the top of the Teignouse lighthouse, stroll along the Port-Haliguen, have a good time gambling in the peninsula casino, or take a nap at the thalassotherapy center. Just 20 minutes from your campsite the 7 Saints.