The Port of la Roche Bernard

Marina at the heart of a characteristic Breton town

563 berths (431 at the pontoon, of which 335 at Port Neuf and 96 in the Vieux Port;  108 moorings in the river: 21 at the Férel side, 80 at the Marzan side and 7 at the side of La Roche Bernard. Another   24 berths on land at the quay and 200 places at the open ground on the Marzan side of the river)

1664 visitor nights


Craning facilities on both sides of the river – Slipway – Anchoring zone – Zone for hull treatment – Dry stack


Wifi – shower blocks and toilets – water taxi

Year round open sailing school

Large offer of leisure activities: guided tours – workshops circus arts – partnership with local restaurants including special offers and free extras 


5 permanent staff – 2 extra personnel during season

At the southern limits of the Morbihan, the marina in La Roche Bernard is as charming as one could imagine. Located at the shore of the river Vilaine, right at the heart of an historical trading town. Once moored in La Roche-Bernard, labelled as a ‘petite cite de caractère’ (a small town with character), all waterways lie open: heading to open sea at Arzal-Camoël or sailing upstream to Redon, where you can continue on the inland waterways as far as Saint-Malo, Pontivy or Nantes. 

One of the strong points of this harbour is the fact is has craning facilities on both sides of the river and a large terrain for dry stocking on the side of Marzan. 

In the management of this marina, a balance between the berths in the water and those at land is essential. 


Enlarging the technical area and the service offer 

Creating 200 extra places for dry stacking at Marzan

Reorganisation of the port area to enhance the dynamic with the town