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Postal address : 2 impasse de Kervégant, 29 350 Moëlan sur mer, France.

 

Brest is France's most westerly large city, and home to Brittany's biggest yacht marina. Brest is a friendly city; not grey and cold as some may say, but endearing. Always ready for a party, there are some good late closing bars, and well-known pubs for beer lovers, in the town centre or particularly in the Saint-Martin quarter which is known for its lively atmosphere. Recommended visits: the Vieux Brest Museum, Océanopolis (huge marine science centre, only one of its kind in the world). Also the Quartz, the city’s performance hall, and the Grand Theatre of Brest.

The largest harbour in northern Finistère has developed through centuries of artisanal, industrial and commercial activity, not only on its own territory but also that of neighbouring areas, embracing oceanographic and technological innovations to achieve its potential. With a large naval port, as well as a marina and fishing port (parties every Thursday evening in summer) and a commercial port, Brest is first and foremost a maritime city. An ideal base to explore northern Finistère, its majestic and breathtaking sites.

In 2012, Brest hosted over two thousand boats for an exceptional maritime gathering, which is held every four years. Also do not miss: Siam street for shopping and to see its fountains, the old streets of Recouvrance, the Castle, the Musée de la Marine (maritime museum), the Tanguy tower, the Musée des Beaux Arts (Museum of Fine Art), the St Louis quarter… Guipavas airport and the TGV railway station.