Port Haliguen

A large marina, open to the ocean

1150 moorings of which 1070 places at pontoon (PH1 : 252 places of which 26 are reserved for fishermen – PH2 : 818 places of which 110 visitor spots – Vieux Port (Old Port) : 80 traditional places (dry by low tide))

8621 visitor nights 

Technical equipment

Craning services (boatlift 35 ton – mobile crane for above deck rigging – crane with hammock system  – Slipway – dedicated zone for below the waterline treatment – floating mooring zone – pumps for waste – and bilge water


Wifi – shower blocks and toilets – laundry service – bike rental –mixed waste collection and treatment – station-carburant – sailing school and diving school

Free entry at the Quiberon Museum (Musée de Quiberon)

Nautical events : Cobaty Cup – Course des Îles – Régate des oursons – les voiles classiques – the Rush Cup – les trois phares – European Championship of sailing

Staff :

12 permanent staff, 8 extra seasonal staff

The port of Haliguen-Quiberon is a large and well organized marina, facing the open sea and the islands of the Bay of Quiberon. It’s a popular stop-over at only three miles from the famous passage La Teignouse, named after the lighthouse that marks the entrance to the Bay of Quiberon. 

This harbour offers its visitors a complete and up-to-date package of services, including a state of the art lifting system that can ensure craning services for boats over 14 metres.

The proximity of the town of Quiberon is not just practical for daily needs, but also makes for plenty of entertainment throughout the year. 

The ‘Maison du Phare’ is an exhibition space for local artists who showcase their latest work. To visit it makes for a pleasant walk along the old harbour (Vieux Port).

The general project of restructuring Port-Haliguen will make the marina more attractive by modernising the equipment, improving the quality of the services and enlarging the capacity with 120 extra moorings. It is at the same time an ambitious project to reconnect the town of Quiberon with its port. Important in the approach to achieve this, are improvements regarding the traffic circulation, parking space, foot paths, shops. 


Restructuring and redesigning the marina Port Haliguen Quiberon (berthings – water management – quays)

Improving the sheltering capacities of the port

New state of the art craning facilities with pit and a new crane with security on the open ground which will enable technical assistance for larger unities.