The port of Saint-Marine is located in the town of Combrit Sainte-Marine, in the south of the Finistère department, on the opposite shore of Bénodet. This town has the advantage of being both countryside and sea-facing, thanks to its port. Created more than 30 years ago, this port has undergone several years of transformation to become a renowned marina.
Discover the Port of Sainte-Marine
If you’re really looking for a marina, you’ve come to the right place. The Port de Saint-Marine offers a variety of activities. The port has a careening area that handles between 130 and 160 boats a year. Divided into five berths according to boat size, the careening area also has port agents to assist you. These agents also provide a rade service free of charge. Cleanliness and respect for the environment are also assets of this port, where waste management is at its best.
Apart from all this, the port of Sainte-Marine is also a haven of peace, with numerous restaurants and crêperies. You’ll receive a warm welcome, and the walks are pleasant and enjoyable. The terraces of the bars and restaurants will enable you to enjoy a convivial moment with your loved ones by the sea.
You can also take a boat to Bénodet for just €2. Indeed, Bénodet is a dream destination where you can enjoy a plethora of fun, entertaining and relaxing activities.
Discover the harbour area
Boaters and holidaymakers who come to enjoy the seaside will also have plenty of time to visit Sainte-Marine beach. Once you’ve enjoyed the beach, why not head upstream to discover some of Sainte-Marine’ s other attractions? First, there’s the chapel of Sainte-Marine and the boat house, the first buildings in the port, dating from the 16th century. Then there’s the Notre-Dame de la Clarté chapel, with its rich polychrome wooden statuary. Right in the heart of the port, theAbri du Marin de Sainte-Marine, with its museum and store, preserves the memory of these places. Finally, there’s the Sainte-Marine Fort, built under Napoleon III, and the Sainte-Marine lighthouse, which dates back to 1885.
As you can see, the Port de Sainte-Marine is a calm and relaxing place to come for a stroll if you’re visiting the campsite near Bénodet.