The Binic marina is a real gem nestling in the heart of the Côtes d’Armor. With its lively quays, cobbled streets and numerous restaurants, bars and shops, it’s impossible to resist the charm of this little seaside village. Boaters and tourists alike will find plenty to do here, with a host of activities and events throughout the year. The Binic marina offers 449 berths in the wet dock, 60 of which are reserved for visitors, as well as 130 berths in the outer harbour. What’s more, it offers a wide range of services for yachtsmen to meet all their needs. Whether you want to moor your own boat or hire a yacht to explore the surrounding waters, the port of Binic is the ideal place to satisfy your passion for sailing.
Thanks to its exceptional location, the Binic marina offers an uninterrupted view of the sea and the surrounding area. That’s why some people call it the “Beauty Spot of the Côtes d’Armor”. Strolling along the quayside, you can enjoy breathtaking seascapes. The shimmering colours of the water blend harmoniously with the blue of the sky, creating a peaceful and rejuvenating atmosphere.
For those who like to be entertained, the Binic marina also offers a wide range of activities and events throughout the year. Open-air concerts, music festivals, art exhibitions and craft markets enliven the quays and squares of the village. So you can enjoy a lively and friendly atmosphere, sharing unforgettable moments with locals and visitors alike. Finally, if you want to explore the area around Binic, you won’t be disappointed. The fine sandy beaches provide the perfect setting to relax and soak up the Breton sunshine, and the coastal footpaths take you through beautiful natural landscapes, offering panoramic views of the sea and surrounding cliffs.
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Philosophy: Sharing and conviviality
Activities: Sailing in a fleet, from a few hours for “friendly rounds” to several days, to Chausey, Guernsey, Bréhat, England…
Activities on safety, navigation, mechanics, emergencies on board, seamanship…
A national not-for-profit association whose main objectives are:
To promote sailing for all, share experiences, exchange ideas with other owners or future owners, formalise group orders and, above all, sail together in a flotilla in complete safety.
The BVB association aims to bring together yachtsmen, as well as people from outside the community, to make the port a place where people can meet and enjoy life.
Examples of activities: Sea outings: regattas, fishing, nautical flea markets, practical courses, etc.