Our first stop after the Rade de Brest, was Morgat. It was several miles around the Crozon Peninsula to get there, but we ended up an easy bike ride from our prior stop at Roscanval.
Morgat sits on a pretty and protected bay. A longtime fishing village, it was taken over and developed in 1883 by Armand Peugeot, as a summer holiday resort for his employees. So there are many beautiful late 19th century homes in the town.
It has great modern amenities as well:
Busy sailing schools
|Just plain pretty|
Our destination was Concarneau, a beautiful old town with a lively Fishermens' Festival underway.
There was a snug anchorage close by so we could easily get ashore by dinghy.