Set sail for a day and discover the marvellous landscapes of the Bay of Morlaix. During the day, you'll be accompanied by Jean-Philippe, who will pleased to tell you about the history of the region and teach you more about his land. He'll offer you all the local specialities from the sea with a gourmet lunch. If you'd like to find out a bit more about the Bay of Morlaix, click here.
On the agenda - discovering all the riches of the bay.
Sail around Ile Louët, instantly recognisable by its lighthouse, and meet some of the inhabitants of Callot. You can also admire the Château du Taureau, built on an islet in the 16th century. This symbol of the Bay of Morlaix has been deemed a historical monument.
The cultural and natural heritage of the region makes this an extra exciting sea journey. To perfect the day, you'll be offered a delicious and filling meal so you can discover all the local and Breton specialities. Finistère has a very rich culinary culture, and this is surely the prime opportunity to taste the oysters, the rillettes or even some delicious Breton galettes. Wash all that down with some cider and enjoy yourself!
This crossing is open to everyone, both kids (over 4 years old) and adults and is also accessible to people with reduced mobility. You don't have to do the sailing experience, and you'll only participate if you want to. You won't have anything to worry about in terms of safety or too much excitement. Jean-Philippe offers a calm, pleasant crossing. Whether you're travelling alone, with family or with friends, it's the perfect opportunity to try something new and discover the Pays Léonard from another angle.
This trip is available every Wednesday during July and August.
Jean-Philippe will welcome you at 9:30am from the pleasure port of Bloscon, in Roscoff. You'll then sail from 10am to 4pm. You'll get on an 11m sailboat, which can comfortably accommodate up to 16 people.
For this excursion, the skipper has everything you need in terms of provisions - the meal is included in the price of the trip. We do still advise you to wear trainers that might get dirty and a windbreaker. Depending on the weather, you might also want to bring suncream and a hat. It's very easy to burn on the water.
Embark with Jean-Philippe for a beautiful cruise of Brittany. This passionate skipper offers different types of cruises to experience an unforgettable sailing experience
Where did we come from? Where are we going? Is there possibility of a group discount?” (Woody Allen)
No night on board
The skipper cooks, you put your feet up!
Le départ se fera depuis le Port de Roscoff-Bloscon. Rendez-vous à 9h30 avec le skipper pour un départ à 10h. Les enfants de moins de 12 ans bénéficieront d'un tarif réduit de 49€.
If you didn't arrive in Roscoff by car, there are still lots of ways to get around.
You can get the train or the TGV - the closest stop is Morlaix, and you can get to Roscoff in the TER.
You can also get the bus from Brest or Morlaix.
If you'd rather fly, the closes airport is Brest.