Spot: Treguennec/Brittany/France



Information on Beach and Surfing Conditions

Surfsisters' Comments

Plage de Kermabec


He'enalu L'Ecole du Surf


Surf Spot Details

CThe spot called The West Coast of Finistère, is usually considered as the most interesting as far as surfing in Bretagne is concerned. The rough seas and swells that characterize this area offer a wide range of various spots (including big wave spots).The coast relief that is varied and steep will enable you to go surfing either on beachbreaks or on reefbreaks. The great variety of spots on this coast will thrill both experienced surfers and learners.

Away from crowded spots, Tréguennec embodies the surfing spirit above all characterized by freedom and open spaces. Far from crowds and overcrowded line-ups, the waves there are not used as much as in other places and are of good quality, and can be a good alternative to the most famous and usually favourite sites, like those at La Pointe de la Torche, Tronoen or Penhors.

Oriented towards the west, the spot in Tréguennec is the perfect place for surfing, whatever your level (experienced surfers or learners). Thanks to its perfect orientation, this spot has the smallest swells in summer and can be used whatever the tide is like. Just like all the other spots around, it unveils all its charms when east/north east winds blow. The quality and frequency of its waves have built its reputation, as well as its perfect shape.

Name: Plage de Kermabec
Type: Beach
Best Swell: E/N

I spent one week with Surf School
He'enalu and enjoyed it immensely!