A little piece of heaven in the heart of the Baie de Morlaix bay
Carantec is a seaside resort located on the northern coast of Brittany in Finistère, in the Baie de Morlaix bay. Built on the headland of a wild peninsula, it faces the towns of Roscoff and Saint Pol de Léon. This town with slightly more than 3,000 inhabitants is popular for its lovely beaches, well preserved buildings and geographical location. It enjoys an exceptional microclimate, which gives it a delightful warmth on sunny days. Le Kélenn, Le Clouet and the Grève Blanche beaches are very popular with lovers of sailing, canoeing and diving.
An original way to discover the sea bed, fauna and flora of the coast of Trégor. Leaving from Carantec, lovers of snorkeling spend 1 hour 30 minutes at the surface of the water and meet starfish, laminaria seaweed and even seals (depending on the available programmes). Hikers leave the beach or go on the diving school boat and move, without any particular effort, around the Château du Taureau castle, the islands of the Baie de Morlaix bay or the archaeological site of the Pointe de Primel headland…heavenly! This new recreational activity, accessible to all, should be experienced as a family.