The Boat Festival 2010
Every other year, Douarnenez hosts the Temps Fête boat festival, welcoming boats and sailors
from around the world. For details about the 2010 Temps Fête event, visit the French website.
Spot the British boats!
Among the collection of boats belonging to the Port-Musée, there are several vessels with British
connections, notably the lighthouse boat Scarweather and the barge called Northdown.
Port Rosmeur: Le Vieux Port
The Old Port overlooks the Bay across to Crozon Peninsula. It's a great place for strolling
or people-watching from pavement cafés.
Port de Pêche: the fishing port
This is where the boats return after a night's fishing and where fish auctions still take place.
For more details about the local fishing industry, try our insightful guided visit.
Port Rhu and the Port-Musée museum
This port is home to most of the privately-owned boats locally and will welcome the Boat Festival
for 2010. A lively port with cafés, restaurants, bookshops and more!
Port de Plaisance: the Tréboul Marina
Just over the bridge from Douarnenez centre you'll find the marina, starting point for many regattas
and races and home to local sailing clubs. Pretty cafés and local shops.