How to get here
Off the train and on to your boat
One of the best things about the Port of Morlaix is its accessibility. There's nothing to stop you having a weekend at sea, even if you live in Paris! Grab your bag, hop on the train, then off you get -. you're here!
Access by sea
A sheltered port for yachts sailing in the Channel, Morlaix Marina is an ideal stop for yachtsman looking for somewhere to stay. Offering all the conveniences of a port in the very heart of town, it is an ideal starting point for numerous leisure activities - not least, enjoying the splendour of the Bay of Morlaix and its environs.
Refer to SHOM (French Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service) charts
- n° 7151échelle 1/50.000
- n° 7095 échelle 1/20.000
- almanach du marin breton (Brittany nautical almanach) : www.marinbreton.com
- le bloc marine : www.blocmarine.com
- Carantec (Pointe de Pen al Lan): anchorage
- Locquénolé: grounding
- Le Dourduff: grounding
Access by land
To get to the port by car, take the Morlaix exit on the Rennes-Brest toll-free express highway, then follow Centre Ville signs to the town centre.
Morlaix is 20 mins from Roscoff Marina and town, 1 hour from Brest, and 2 hours from Rennes.
TGV high speed trains stop at Morlaix railway station, a mere 5 mins from the port on foot. In 2015, the Morlaix to Paris journey time will be 2 3/4 hours by TGV.
TER regional trains and coaches run a service between Roscoff and Morlaix railway stations.
Brest Bretagne international airport (45 mins away) links Morlaix to major French and European towns and cities.
SNCF railway station
Place du Colonel Rol Tanguy
Tél : 3635 (special rate No.)
Brest Bretagne Airport
T 33 (0)2 98 32 86 00
The Morlaix city centre tourist office welcomes visitors all year round.
T 33 (0)2 98 62 14 94
Access for persons with reduced mobility
Showers and toilets in the marina are accessible to persons with reduced mobility.Zoom Kobe XIII ZK13