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Port of
Le Conquet

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Port of
Le Conquet

A picturesque port in the heart of town

Located at the very tip of Finistère, Le Conquet marina has 350 berths with 7 visitor moorings in the dredged area (+1m sounding) and 4 visitor moorings in the undredged area (+3.4m sounding). The port is located within the Iroise Marine Nature Park at the heart of picturesque Le Conquet, a Petit Cité de Caractère famous for its fishing port. Tourists and visitors flock to the quay when the daily catch of fish and crustaceans is unloaded.

Dry harbour

Le Conquet marina is a dry harbour, which means that it empties of water at low tide. This limits the type of boats able to moor here: visiting vessels are mostly semi-rigid boats, small motorboats, and centreboard or twin keel sailboats.

The port has two deep-water buoys that can be used by boats with a draught. 

A starting point for a visit to the Isles of Ponant

The port of Le Conquet connects the islands of Molène and Ouessant to the continent by its ferry port, which provides an easy way to reach this archipelago. The port is located in a 1km-long aber (estuary), which opens WSW onto the sea between the Point of Sainte Barbe and the Kermorvan Presqu’île and is therefore exposed to the swell.

Local businesses

The port is located at the heart of Le Conquet, less than ten minutes from all the local shops.

The Coopérative Maritime is located at the entrance to the port.

Discover the businesses of Le Conquet: https://www.leconquet.bzh/dynamisme-conquetois/



Port of Le Conquet

By the sea


By day: from the north, take Chenal du Four, keeping La Grande Vinotière beacon tower to port; bear towards the entrance, keeping the red La Louve beacon tower to port. Entrance light on the seawall to starboard.

Caution: do not navigate too near the Presqu’île de Kermorvan and the unmarked covering/uncovering Basse aux Filets rocks.

By night: the Kermorvan lighthouse (FI.W.5s20m22M), St. Mathieu light (FI.W.15s56m24M) and St. Mathieu direction light (Dir.F.54m28M) indicate the 158.5° leading line of Chenal du Four.

Entrance signal lights:
Sainte Barbe seawall (FI.G.2.5m6M), 48°21,6N – 4°47,1W. Entrance in the F.G at 95°.

Les Normandes rocks to the west of Kermorvan lighthouse. Sail at least 100m to the west of the unlit Les Renards beacon tower.

By the earth

  • Brest Bretagne Airport: the airport is an ideal starting point for your visit in the region. It is located next to the highways leading to Northern, Western and Southern Brittany. Website: https://www.brest.aeroport.bzh/accueil

Our services

8 bouées en zone draguée

8 buoys in
the dredged area
(+1m sounding)

Cale de mise à l’eau


Service de rade

Shuttle boats

4 bouées en zone non-draguée

4 buoys in the
undredged area
(+3.5m sounding)

Eau potable

Drinking water



2 sanitaires (douches et WC)

2 sanitary facilities
(showers and WC)

Accès PMR limité aux sanitaires

Only the sanitary
facilities are
wheelchair accessible

Parking voitures non surveillé et limité aux usagers du port

Unattended parking
lot reserved for
users of the port


Ice dispenser


Weather updates

Tri sélectif des déchets



Hours of operation
Port office

Le bureau du port donne des informations utiles (taxis, médecins, location de vélos…)

Monday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm –  5:00 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm –  5:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm –  5:00 pm
Thursday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm –  5:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1:30 pm –  5:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Port of Le Conquet
Port of Le Conquet

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+33 (0)6 30 36 89 56

VHF : 16

TEL : 196