The “Portrieux” is an authentic beach port located in the heart of the pretty seaside resort of Saint-Quay-Portrieux. It is known for its picturesque charm and landscapes that change with the tides, offering a variety of colours and atmospheres throughout the day. With 360 seats, including 5 reserved for visitors, the Portrieux testifies to the departures for Newfoundland fishing as early as 1612 and retains all the charm of a Breton port. But it is not only its charm that attracts visitors and boaters, as Saint-Quay-Portrieux is a lively city with many activities on offer throughout the year.
The fine sandy beaches of Saint-Quay-Portrieux offer an idyllic setting to relax, sunbathe or stroll along the coastline. Water sports enthusiasts will also find their pleasure with the opportunity to practice sailing, kayaking, paddle or even scuba diving. The crystal-clear waters of the bay invite you to explore the seabed rich in biodiversity. Around the harbour, restaurants offer fresh and local produce, highlighting the delicious specialities of the area.
In addition to the pleasures of the sea and gastronomy, Saint-Quay-Portrieux offers many activities and events throughout the year. Open-air concerts, cultural festivals and craft markets liven up the city, creating a festive and convivial atmosphere. For hiking enthusiasts, the coastal trails offer magnificent spots to discover. You can stroll along the steep cliffs, enjoy breathtaking views of the sea and breathe the invigorating sea air. Nature lovers will be enchanted by the diversity of the landscapes and the richness of the fauna and flora of the area.
Quai Robert Richet
Monday to Friday: 9h-12h/14h–17h
Saturday & Sunday : Closed