Vedettes Sirènes



From the port of Morgat to the Roscanvel peninsula via Cap de la Chèvre, Camaret
and the tip of Pen Hir, embark on one of our five walks along the water and admire
the maritime treasures of the Crozon Peninsula. Sea caves with shimmering colors, heavenly coves, dizzying cliffs, majestic Pea Heaps, fortifications, fauna, flora, legends and stories of the past, each circuit invites you to marvel and enjoy a unique moment on the ocean.

From Morgat:

01 –Visiting the Sea Caves (50min)

Embark with our sailor guides for a unique experience, a journey through time. A visit to the sea caves of Morgat, on the Crozon peninsula, real open-air museums, with incredible colors and legends.
Go on a picturesque trip around Morgat and discover the places that have earned the fame of this seaside resort, developed by Armand Peugeot and Louis Richard at the end of the XNUMXth century: Marine caves with shimmering colors, century-old legends, marina, villas Chabal perched on the heights…

A walk between history, nature and geology.

02 – The Cove of the Virgin Island, Coves & Cliffs (1h10)

From the port of Morgat to the Grotte de l'Église, discover the treasures of the coast and particularly the beauties of the turquoise waters of the Virgin Island, cliffs, wild coves and pebble beaches, most of which are only accessible by road. sea.
Leave the port of Morgat to admire the caves that line the coast and the impressive cliffs up to the tip of the Dolmen, passing through the turquoise and heavenly waters of the Virgin Island. The ideal opportunity to discover the local fauna and flora and better understand the functioning of the tides which govern life in the surrounding area.

And if the sea is mild, our sailor guides will show you the interior of the Church cave and the beauties it conceals.

03 – Cap de la Chèvre & Anse de St Nicolas (1h15)

From the port of Morgat to Cap de la Chèvre, a stroll along the water to discover the foreshore and the sea caves of the Crozon peninsula.
A stroll in the Iroise Sea, between Pointe du Raz and Cap de la Chèvre, to discover the cove of Saint-Nicolas, at a time when the foreshore reveals its treasures. You will be able to admire islets, rocky points and vertiginous cliffs eroded by time. A magical setting where the flowery moor, the lagoon-like coves and the maritime pines have nothing to envy of the Mediterranean.

A place rich in stories and legends that our sailor guides will have the pleasure of telling you about...

From Camaret:

04 – The Pointe de Pen Hir & its Heaps of Peas (1h15)

From the port of Camaret-sur-Mer to the famous Tas de Pois, the tip of Pen-Hir awaits you for a trip on the Iroise Sea.
Departing from the port of Camaret, set out to meet the impressive Tas de Pois, emblematic sentinels of the tip of Finistère, haunts of many seabirds. A route punctuated by wild places, memories of the past, caves, coves and beaches. A special moment where you will perhaps meet a seal, a shag, a black guillemot or, if you are lucky, a Torda penguin.

05 –The Point of the Spaniards & its Fortifications (1h30)

Discover the fortification route seen from the ocean, the history of the Roscanvel peninsula and the works of Vauban. An outdoor history lesson.
Embark on a journey through time along the fortification route, discovering the built heritage of the north of the Crozon Peninsula. A strategic area for the defense of the Goulet de Brest, it shelters, on the edge of the cliff, numerous forts such as that of the Fraternity, the Capuchins and even Cornouaille. The opportunity for our sailor guides to talk about Vauban, the battles which have marked history and the landscape, and of course the omnipresent nature which is little by little regaining its rights.

Municipal car park (paying from mid-June to mid-September) next to the Morgat ticket office.

Classification / Labels

  • Values ​​Regional Natural Park

Area / capacity

  • Groups accepted: maximum 168 people

Comfort / services

  • Pet Friendly


From: 01 / 04 / 2024 To: 27 / 09 / 2024

Complement welcome

July - August: every day from 9 a.m. to 18 p.m.
April - May - June - September: Sunday to Friday 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. / 13:30 p.m. to 17 p.m. (variable depending on tides and departures). Closed on Saturday.

Sunday to Friday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. / 13:00 p.m. to 17:00 p.m. Closed on Saturday


  • Adult price Full price: from €16,00 to €27,00
  • Child rate: from €14,00 to €24,00 - 13 to 17 year-olds
  • Child rate: from €10,00 to €18,00 - 4 to 12 year-olds
  • Child rate: from €4,00 to €8,00 - 1 to 3 year-olds

Payment method

  • Payment cards
  • French bank and postal checks
  • French "Chèques vacances"
  • Connect Holiday vouchers
  • Cash


Access / Distance

  • Railway station: 55 km
  • Airport/Airfield: 55 km

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