Port-La-Forêt is the largest marina in southern Brittany. It was created in 1972 and has developed an intense maritime activity since then. For your information, the port can hold around 1,000 boats.
The town is also known for its sporting activity. Indeed, here, people such as Michel Dejoyaux, Roland Jourdain, Jean Le Cam, Samantha Davies, François Gabart and Bertrand de Broc have practised sailing sports. Moreover, Olivier de Kersauzon described Port-La-Foret as the “Valley of the Mad”, specifically for those who are crazy about extreme sailing and challenges.
The fine sand of Kerleven beach extends for more than a kilometre. It is very flat and is ideal for shore fishing and paddle boarding.
A little further away, another attractive beach, Cap Coz, welcomes you for a lazy day in the sun, with crystal clear, turquoise waters.
A little further inland, but still with direct access to the ocean, “Forêt Fouesnant” is another place worth visiting! From there, you will be able to admire the Glénan Islands and its tropical landscapes.
Tickets and slipway
Ilot Skoen (fishing pontoon) 29940 Port-La-Forêt
The agency opens 30 minutes before the departure time. Booking compulsory.
Nearby the slipway
Parking for camping cars
Near the slipway
Only on July and August 30 minutes before departure.
Destinations from Port-La-Forêt Marina