The port(s) of Bélon
One name, two harbours in two different communes... For the uninitiated, it's not always easy to find your way around! The Port du Bélon stretches along both the right bank, on the Riec-sur-Bélon side, and the left bank, on the Moëlan-sur-Mer side. You can buy fish directly from the fishermen on the left bank, while the other bank is devoted to the production of the Bélon flat oyster.
Linked by the River Bélon, these 2 harbours also have pleasure boating and the many boats that anchor in the middle of the waves in common. The longest ria in the region offers exceptional protection for yachtsmen and their boats. A few hundred metres away, the future great sailors start out on the water, close to the mouth of the estuary. For the little ones, the optimists and funboats take part in their first adventures. For the older ones, it's the catamarans... which rhyme with the Glénan Islands that can be seen off the coast!