Cap Sizun has some great surfing spots for all abilities. "Baie des Trépassés" is an amazing spot at the end of the world at the feet of the famous Pointe du Raz. It has very reliable surf and is an amazing place to surf. This is where the local surf school ESB Audierne is based. "St Tugen" is a beautiful beach break in the middle of the protected sand dunes of Trez Goarem. "Gwendrez" near Plouhinec is also a very reliable spot. The ESB Audierne gives lessons starting from 5 years old (Jardin des vagues) at the Baie des Trépassés and rents boards and wetsuits in season.
The local sailing school (Centre Nautique Cap Sizun) is just 5mn walk along the coastal path from the Sémaphore. In season, they run morning and afternoon weekly classes for all ages. You can also rent hobycats and windsurf. For little ones (4 to 6 years old), the CNCS run a sea discovery class called the Jardin des Mers which we strongly recommend.
Explore the Cap Sizun coastline and the beautiful Goyen river with sea kayaks. The Centre Nautique de la Pointe du Raz (CNP) in Plouhinec offers lots of group lessons for all ages. They also rent kayaks and stand-up paddles
Explore the Cap Sizun coastline and the beautiful Goyen river on stand-up paddles. Go an an organised trip with Ludovic from ZAO to discover the Cap Sizun coastline from the sea. Or rent Paddle Surf boards from the Centre Nautique du Cap Sizun and ESB Audierne or Centre Nautique de la Pointe du Raz
Two beautiful old boats are anchored into Audierne harbour. - La Louisette is a 93 year old traditional fishing boat which has been beautifully restored. It goes out most days in season (2h30 hours 30€ per person from 8 years old). See the Centre Nautique du Cap Sizun to book) - Le Cap Sizun is a reproduction of traditional Langoustier. It goes out from June to September (3hours, 40 € per person). Click on the Cap Sizun website to book
Audierne is famous throughout France for its line caught sea bass. Why not try your luck straight out from the Sémaphore ? There are two good fishing spots just at the tip of the Île aux vaches and in a little cove just past the Pointe de Lervily. You could also hire Emmanuel a local fishing guide who will show you the best spots and teach you the technique.