Brigneau and Merrien
Part of Moëlan-sur-Mer, these two ports are typical of south Finistère and possess a great natural wealth. You can admire them while walking along the GR34 or the rambling circuits or by simply strolling along.
The port of Brigneau
This authentic port, near the ocean, offers you splendid variations of colours. Brigneau was formerly a fishing port as the walls from the old canning factory Malachappe at the port entrance, testify. Today it is mainly a marina even if a small fishing activity still exists. You can benefit from the direct sale of fish and other sea produce on the water front.
The port of Merrien
Sheltered by a neck of moor and wood, the quiet and restful port of Merrien is overlooked by the imposing “Customs Officers’ House”. The port of Merrien is devoted to the breeding and direct sale of shellfish and oysters, called “oyster of Merrien”