What would be a Breton bay without harbours? The Saint-Brieuc bay counts many fishing harbours and marinas. Where will you drop your anchor?
Now a stroller paradise with its lively quays and coloured houses, this harbour used to be one of the main harbours from which fishermen went to Newfoundland. Nowadays, the marina can welcome 208 boats in water and 150 boats on the ground. It also features some restaurants and some maritime related activities in the old Rosengart car factory.Le port du Légué
The old cod harbour is a perfect place for a stroll at the heart of the seaside resort. Enjoy the views on the quays, the pier and the boats (up to 500 of them) from the cafés and restaurants.
Saint-Quay-Portrieux Port d’Armor
Main scallop harbour of the region where trawlers meet leisure boats. It regularly hosts yatch races like the Solitaire du Figaro and a summer multihull boat race. This deep water harbour can shelter more than 1000 boats.
Fishermen departed from this sheltered cove to reach the fish rich waters of Newfoundland and then of Bréhat in the 20s. Admire the lighthouse and the pier from the 19th century. This harbour can shelter up to 450 boats. Dine in restaurants with a view.