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Discover the port of Crouesty

During your holidays in Morbihan, do not hesitate to make a stop at Port Du Crouesty in Morbihan. You will be charmed by this magnificent marina that gives pride of place to pedestrians and bicycles in an authentic and family atmosphere. A very nice place to spend a great holiday during your camping holiday in Pen Palud.

Enjoy the Port du Crouesty

The Port du Crouesty is located at the entrance of the Gulf of Morbihan, in southern Brittany, in the town of Arzon. Very well located, at the western end of the peninsula of Rhuys, it is one of the central points of the bay of Quiberon. It was created in 1973 on an old lagoon, by a political will of economic development of the department of Morbihan.

Wishing to avoid a gigantic port, 5 juxtaposed basins were built with respect for the environment, favoring green spaces, pedestrian links and parking lots in sufficient number.

This port is the largest marina in Brittany, it can accommodate more than 1400 pleasure boats on pontoons (including 143 berths are reserved for passage and a visitor basin under the harbour master’s office).

Many facilities and services are offered to facilitate the passage or stay of boaters (self-service electric stem, a slipway, fuel 24/24, wifi free access, toilets, laundry, etc.). A repair center is also present on the site (technical platform and high-pressure cleaners among others).

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Why visit the Port du Crouesty?

Whether you are moored at the port, on foot or by bike, the Port du Crouesty offers many activities on the port or nearby to discover with family, alone or with friends.

By boat, from the port, you can make pleasant and exotic trips at sea, in the bay of Quiberon, to the Gulf of Morbihan, the islands Hoëdic, Houat or Belle-île.

If you prefer to stay ashore, you will find plenty of opportunities to distract yourself and walk around.

The quays of the Port of Crouesty are an invitation to stroll. You will find shops with local products, souvenirs of your visit and enough to take a break on the terrace on the port to admire the boats or eat in peace. Not far from the docks, you can see the Notre-Dame-de-Croisty chapel. Originally built too close to the coast, collapsing several times, it was rebuilt in 1826 further inland. It is visited every day in summer, a mass is celebrated on August 15 in memory of sailors lost at sea.

And if you like walking and hiking, you will be delighted! From the Port of Crouesty, you can take the GR34 to make a magnificent hiking loop, all the hike is on the coastal path with superb views of the exit of the Gulf of Morbihan, the island of Méaban or the islands of Gavrinis. Total change of scenery guaranteed, you will live a true communion with nature and the sea.

The tip of Petit Mont, adjoining the hamlet of Crouesty, belongs to the Departmental Council of Morbihan. It allows you to make a walking tour, classified easy in terms of difficulty and identified by colors : blue for the coastal path, yellow for access to the Petit Mont cairn and red for the nature trail. This circuit lasts about one hour for 3.5 kilometers.

Many other beautiful walks and activities are possible at the Port du Crouesty, you can inquire at the tourist office of the Gulf of Morbihan or from your hosts during your stay.

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