A unique and intense destination

Les Capucins

Les Capucins is the new place of culture and life of Brest, in the image of the urban dynamism that the city knows. The huge buildings that once housed the Arsenal’s mechanical workshops have been transformed into the largest covered public space in Europe. It is accessible by car, tram and even by… cable car

The islands of the Iroise Sea

You thought Finistere was the end of the world? Go and visit the islands of Molène or Ouessant, and let yourself be seduced by their authentic charm! Embark from Brest or Conquet. The crossing itself is a real mini-cruise. The opportunity to enjoy atypical views on this part of the Brittany coastline, to admire breathtaking landscapes and to meet islanders, proud of their island !

Oceanopolis

The first tourist resort in Brittany, Océanopolis invites you to discover the oceans through 3 themed pavilions faithfully recreating the polar, tropical and temperate environments populated by some of the most emblematic animal species !

 

the Marine Museum

The castle of Brest has the particularity of being one of the rare vestiges of the history of the city, which was destroyed by the second world war. Now home to the Musée National de la Marine, this medieval fortress bears witness to Brest’s maritime and military past. Thanks to its strategic location in the heart of the city, on a rocky spur, the castle dominates the Penfeld, the harbour and the gully. A must-see place to discover !

Brest terres océanes

Brest Terres Océanes, a “Pure Brittany” tourist destination!

3 major attractions with Brest, the Island of Ouessant and the Crozon Peninsula; the highest concentration of lighthouses in the world; a variety of landscapes unrivalled in Brittany and the most important tourist sites: discovering the world’s marine environments with Océanopolis, La Récré des 3 curés leisure and amusement park, the Hélène and Édouard Leclerc Fund for Culture modern and contemporary art centre, the National Marine Museum, the Abbaye de Daoulas exhibitions and garden, the village of Meneham’s old restored thatched cottages, the National Botanical Conservatory garden, the lighthouses of St. Mathieu and Île Vierge…

Enjoy this amazing destination full of surprises!