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Carantec beaches

Carantec is a peninsula acting as the western gateway to Morlaix Bay. This destination includes several family beaches with various extras.

Le Kelenn

A beach facing northeast. Lifeguard surveillance in July and August, every day from 12 noon to 7pm.
An amphibian wheelchair known as a "hippocampe" is available free of charge for use by people with limited mobility.
plages de Carantec, Baie de Morlaix, bretagne

Services and leisure:

  • diving board
  • showers and toilets
  • watersports centre open all year round: sailing school, summer watersports club and diving centre
  • beach club for the kids in July and August
  • children’s play area and picnic spot
  • beach volley, football pitch and BMX area
  • beach-hut hire (ask at the Tourist Office)
  • access to the GR 34 coastal path
  • large FREE car park
  • Motorhome stopover
  • departure point for boat trips and also for visiting the Château du Taureau
  • Various restaurants/bars with outside seating that will welcome you day and night.

La Grève Blanche

North-facing beach, complete with a diving board.
Access from the Rue de la Grève Blanche for vehicles (to the car park) and from the coastal path for pedestrians, or between the villas on the Rue de Kermenguy.

Plage du Clouët

East-facing beach.
Access from the Rue du Clouët (to the car park) or the Chemin du Roch Glaz (also to a car park), near the Golf de Carantec

  • toilets
  • seawater swimming pool
  • kids’ activity centre (ask at the Town Hall)
  • the coastal path that runs along the beach is suitably surfaced for pushchairs

Our other beaches:

Plages du Penker and Cosmeur: both face northwest, and both can be accessed from the coastal path or the Chemin du Penquer.

Plage de Tahiti: access from the stairs at the Pointe de Pen al Lann.

Plage de Pors Pol: access from the coastal path from the ’Chaise du Curé’ or the Grève Blanche.

The beaches and creeks of Île Callot
Île Callot is a special spot that becomes an island at high tide but can be accessed by foot at low tide; it offers a number of fine sandy beaches and also some well-protected rocky creeks. Peace and quiet guaranteed! Check the tide times to be sure you have enough time to get to and from l’Île Callot.
Île Callot à Carantec, Baie de Morlaix, Bretagne

Find and locate all the beaches on a map and see some more photos.