The port of Tréguier offers a picturesque and authentic setting for yachtsmen and tourists in search of tranquillity. Situated on the Pink Granite Coast, this Petite Cité de Caractère® (Small Town of Character) boasts typical Breton architecture, with half-timbered houses, cobbled streets and shady squares. But it’s not just the beauty of the port that attracts visitors, as the surrounding coastline is simply sublime. The Pink Granite Coast is renowned for its spectacular rock formations and fine sandy beaches. The coastal paths offer breathtaking panoramas, with breathtaking views of the pink granite cliffs jutting out into the crystal-clear waters of the sea. Hiking enthusiasts can explore the coastal paths and lose themselves in the wild beauty of nature.
As well as its natural beauty, Tréguier offers a wealth of cultural activities and discoveries. Lovers of historical heritage will be delighted by a visit to Saint-Tugdual cathedral, a jewel of Breton Gothic architecture, and the Ernest Renan museum, dedicated to the life and work of this famous writer and philosopher born in Tréguier. The Kermaria bridge, famous for its beauty and architectural structure, is also a must-see in the region.
This deep-water port has 310 berths spread over 5 pontoons and is open 24 hours a day. It’s a favourite spot for sailing enthusiasts, fishermen, yachtsmen and travellers in search of adventure. With its modern facilities, ideal location and numerous services (laundry, Biocoop shop under the harbour master’s office, careening area, etc.), this Breton port offers an exceptional maritime experience for all visitors. You’ll be able to moor your boat in comfort and convenience. What’s more, you’ll love the friendly atmosphere and lively atmosphere of the port, with its bars, restaurants and shops selling local and artisanal products.
Rue Marcellin Berthelot
Monday to Friday: 08h – 12h / 13h30 – 17h30
Saturday: 08h – 12h / 13h30 – 16h30
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The Tréguier sailing club was founded in 1971 and has 109 members.
Their missions are varied:
- Promote exchanges between yachtsmen
- Represent their interests with the support of the national federation of yachting and sea fishing
- Get involved in nautical activities and organise events in the Tréguier area
- To provide theoretical and practical courses for the various boating licences.