Port La Foret

Located well within the Baile de la Forêt and opposite the popular Glénan islands cruising area, Port-La-Forêt is the second-largest marina in Finistère with a total of 1130 berths.

The office is open daily and the marina has a self-service fuel dock with card payment system. Wifi access is available throughout the marina. On Pontoon R, there is a lift for people with reduced mobility.

Port-La-Forêt offers hoisting services for boats of up to 25m LOA and 6.6m beam, and can remove masts with a height of up to 30m.

There are two naval construction centres on site and 14 different marine service companies, comprising everything required from simple maintaining your boat to a complete refit.

A renowned high-level offshore race-training centre and known in certain circles as the “La vallée des Fous (Valley of the Mad)”, the marina is home to the Pôle Finistère Course au Large which prepares award-winning skippers and enjoys worldwide acclaim in the sailing world.

Nearby, the south-facing Kerleven beach extends for more than a kilometre along the coast. Golfers can make the most of the 18-hole Golf de Cornouaille, one of the best clubs in the region.

For more information on services, the approach to the marina and reservations, please visit the website: www.port-la-foret.fr


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