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Getting about

Here’s how to get about and explore the area, whether on foot, by car, by train ... or even by bike!
Brittany is blessed with a great road network and free motorways and traffic jams are pretty rare, which always helps for a stress-free holiday.

Arriving at Morlaix Train Station

If you’re hiring a bike
Morlaix Tourist Office, between the viaduct and the Port, is open all year round to offer you bikes for hire, including electrically-powered bikes should those hills look a bit daunting!

If you’re hiring a car
Find car hire close to the train station

If you’re looking for a taxi

  • Allo Breizh Taxi: +00 33 (0)2 98 15 13 34
  • Taxi Quéré: +00 33 (0)2 98 15 13 98

Morlaix public transport

  • Our bus service is called TIM, abd takes you throughout Morlaix.
  • The urban lines link Morlaix to Plougasnou, Lannion, Loc-Éguiner-Saint-Thégonnec and Botshorel.

Le P’tit Train
This tourist train goes around the town centre from April to September giving guided visits around Morlaix, in French and in English. For information and bookings, please email or call +00 33 (0)6 85 33 66 01

Getting out and about - further afield

Discover Finistère and Brittany by car

Travel guide from Morlaix:

  • Brest and Océanopolis: 60km, about 45 minutes
  • Roscoff and Saint-Pol de Léon: 25km, about 30 minutes
  • La Côte de Granit Rose: 50km, about 1 hour along the coast
  • Le Pays des Abers: 50km, 1 hour
  • Quimper: 85km, about 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Lorient: 120km, about 1 hour 45 minutes