(00 33) 2 98 39 62 25
Contact Fax (by appointment) :
(00 33) 9 50 04 32 70
Headquarters : 5 Hent Meneyer, 29 950 Gouesnac'h, France.
Postal address : 2 impasse de Kervégant, 29 350 Moëlan sur mer, France.

Le Conquet is first and foremost a small port, well sheltered from the North Atlantic, at the north-western corner of Brittany. A few nautical miles out to the west sit the Ponant Isles, a UNESCO protected site and a unique nature reserve. It is also a departure point for the Molène and Ouessant islands, with embarkation at the port.

The town was pillaged and partly burned down by the English in the 16th century, then rebuilt… Le Conquet is a popular holiday destination for adventurous types, and also for seafood connoisseurs as crustaceans are the speciality catch of the sea fishermen here.

Le Conquet has a timeless charm, with its old stone houses nestling in little lanes infused with sea air. Visits include the Sainte-Croix church (rebuilt in the 19th century from its 15th century ruins and a beautiful 16th century stained glass window), the Kermorvan peninsula, the Ilette fort, and the Renard headland, which offers a glorious panorama.

The vast Blancs-Sablons beach and the superb Saint-Mathieu headland nearby further justify the excellent reputation of this port at land’s end.