To the west, Morgat cove opens out onto the Iroise sea, between the Pointe du Raz promontory and the Cap de la Chèvre, and to the east onto Douarnenez Bay.
This old sardine-fishing port is today a charming and colourful seaside resort. You can enjoy relaxing on its famous sandy beach, which is perfect for families, or stroll along the beach to the marina (shops, restaurants and ice-creams shops with their colourful façades).
You’ll find a whole range of water sports, including sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle and dug-out canoes but you can also visit the caves and hire bikes at the marina.
During the summer months, make sure you don’t miss the “les mardis de Morgat,” Morgat Tuesdays, with concerts and shows by the sea.