Gwin Zegal Marina, nestling along the coast, is a picturesque harbour with a rich and captivating history. Once a bustling fishing village, it has witnessed many sea battles, encounters with pirates and tumultuous storms.
Today, the port of Gwin Zégal is famous for its spectacular cliffs, which are the highest in Brittany at around 104 metres. These cliffs offer breathtaking views of the sea and are a real tourist attraction.
The harbour itself is characterised by its particular layout: it is made up of around forty wooden piles, to which boats can moor. This feature adds to the charm and authenticity of the port of Gwin Zégal.
Bureau des Falaises d’Armor
7, Avenue Laënnec
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-12.30pm. Closed on Thursday mornings.
During the Easter holidays
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-12.30pm / 2pm-5.30pm.
8 May and Ascension Thursday: 10am-12.30pm.
High season (15 June to 15 September)
Monday to Saturday: 10am-12.30pm / 2pm-6pm
14 July: 10am-12.30pm