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You can hire bikes from Lorcy .
What about a morning paddle far from the crowds along the Côte Sauvage? This reputable outfit based in St-Pierre-Quiberon (look for the 'Base Nautique') runs guided kayaking tours for all levels – beginners are welco...
Cyclomar , around 200m south of the tourist office, rents out bikes. It also rents scooters including helmet from €38 per day plus insurance. Runs an operation from the train station during July and August too.
Cycles Loisirs , 200m north of the tourist office, rents touring/mountain bikes from €11/13 per day.
La Grande Plage is a family-friendly beach; bathing spots towards the peninsula's tip are less crowded.
Take a 45-minute guided tour of this former sardine cannery before replenishing your supplies of tinned tuna, mackerel, sardines and fish spread in the adjacent shop. It's north of the train station.
From April to September, Navix runs a range of cruises on the Golfe du Morbihan (Morbihan Coast), departing from the Gare Maritime, 2km south of the tourist office...
The tourist office sells walking and cycling guides. The ultimate hike is the 95km coastal path that follows the island's coastline.
With a kayak, you can explore the bays, rugged inlets and tucked-away coves at a gentle pace. This outfit runs excellent guided tours.
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