Hoëdic Island


Houat’s little sister has to be deserved… 15 kilometers separate the two islands, originally linked to the Quiberon peninsula.

Today, Hoëdic is a small island that stretches over 2.5 km long and 800 m in its greatest width.

The walk along the coastal path will take you around the island (allow 3 hours) to discover small secret and intimate beaches, the Paluden marsh, protected dunes and a remarkable flora, the typical village with small Breton houses.

The cafés are the place to be for warm-hearted islanders and conquered visitors.