Full sail to the Glénan archipelago

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Full sail to the Glénan archipelago

With its white sandy beaches lapped by translucent water, the Glénan archipelago off Concarneau feels like it's in the South Seas.

In the Glénan archipelago (which emblem is the narcissus flower), around the main, floral-rich island of Saint-Nicolas, are dozens of small islets and rocky outcrops-island paradises surrounded by simple turquoise waters. Protected from pollution and endowed with an ecosystem of incredible wealth, they provide splendid opportunities for diving: if you're lucky, you'll come face to face with a harmless basking shark. But for visiting the “Breton Caribbean” by sea, sailing is undeniably the best option, especially as the Glénans sailing school is one of the largest in Europe. For a sailing course, a weekend, or a simple outing, you can choose from a wide fleet of catamarans, cruising boats, sea kayaks, windsurf boards or dinghies to take on the crystal-clear waters of this inland sea! Don't pass up a chance to dine at Les Viviers Glénan, the restaurant of the Castric family, owners of the famous fish tanks of Saint-Nicolas, which serves a fabulous blue Breton lobster.

Les Glénans
Place Philippe Vianney
29900 Concarneau
+33 (0)1 53 92 86 00
https://www.glenans.asso.fr/

Les Viviers des Glénan
Île Saint-Nicolas
29170 Fouesnant
+33 (0)2 98 50 68 90
https://restaurantlesviviers.wixsite.com/castric