The Dahouët marina in Pléneuf-Val-André is a tidal harbour with 329 berths on pontoons and 170 moorings, including 36 for visitors. It is a natural harbour built in the 19th century to accommodate large fishing vessels. Nestling in a picturesque setting, this harbour offers a real spectacle with its colourful fishing boats swaying to the rhythm of the tides.
Located in Pléneuf-Val-André, a must-see destination in the region, the Dahouët marina is the ideal starting point for discovering this beautiful seaside resort. It is renowned for its fine sandy beaches, lively seafront and magnificent cliffs. Visitors can enjoy a wide range of water sports such as sailing, paddle boarding or simply relaxing on the sunny beaches. At the entrance to the marina is the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde oratory, which adds a spiritual touch to the maritime atmosphere and opens onto a path along the coast.
Along the marina, you can see a line of houses belonging to shipowners and merchants, testifying to the historical importance of fishing in the region. The quays are also bustling with cafés and restaurants. It’s the ideal place to relax, enjoy the maritime atmosphere and savour some delicious food while gazing at the boats returning to the marina.
Rue du Lest
Monday: 9.30am – 5.30pm