Favorite thing: Fishing boats come in all shapes and sizes and are a majority in the harbour, reminding you that this is a real fishing harbour, not a marina.
Favorite thing: The harbour at high tide looks completely different than it does at low tide. Suddenly water is everywhere and boats look like boats again.
Favorite thing: Some of the architecture in the harbour is rather unusual and worth a second look. For instance, this corner tower on a house just above the water.
Favorite thing: The tide is a very good cleaning mechanism, especially when it is as pronounced as Brittany's. As a result, the tidal harbour of Le Conquet has a very clear water, even close to boats and buildings.
Narrow streets and typical houses
Favorite thing: Wander the small streets of Le Conquet and admire the typical stone houses. This is quintessential Brittany.