Transport

 

Whether by road, sea or air, various means of transport are available for visitors to come to the festival.

 

  • Brest-Bretagne airport :

Several daily flights from the Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports and other French cities.

Shuttles to the city centre or the start of the tram route.

For more information: www.brest-aeroport.fr

 

  • Brest’s railway station :

Several daily high-speed trains (TGV) from the Paris-Montparnasse railway station as well as from Rennes and Saint-Brieuc.

Regional trains (TER) from Morlaix, Quimper, Landerneau, Landivisiau, etc., with free parking spaces available near these railway stations.

 

  • Ports in the roadstead :

Several daily trips between the ports of Le Fret, Camaret and Brest.

 

  • Coach lines :

The Penn ar Bed company is increasing its fleet of vehicles departing from Quimper, Le Faou, Dirinon, Lilia-Plouguerneau, Lesneven, Ploudaniel, Saint-Renan, Le Conquet, Locmaria-Plouzané and Plougonvelin. Departures from and arrivals at the bus station.

Combo tickets (coach/cut-rate admission to the festival) are available.

 

  • By car :

From Rennes (Paris): free access via expressway RN12

From Quimper (Nantes): free access via expressway RN165

Please note that there are traffic restrictions near the site of the festival. To make it easier for visitors to reach the site entrances, several car parks are available with regular connections provided by the bus-tram network. Parking spaces for people with reduced mobility are located next to the site entrances.

For more information on road transport and carpooling in Finistère go to www.viaoo29.fr

 

  • Once in Brest :

During the festival, trams along route A follow each other at intervals of 7/8 minutes. The bus network’s Saturday schedule applies every day. Visitors can also benefit from special “Maritime festival” packages.