Harbour of Ouistreham
On February 20, 2020

Turning one's moorings in Ouistreham means stopping in a marina with a bucolic atmosphere. The port of call is calm, spacious and well-equipped.


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Wind rustling in the poplars, ducks and swans among the gulls. Turning one's moorings in Ouistreham means stopping in a marina with a bucolic atmosphere. The port of call is calm, spacious and well equipped. It is reached by crossing ferries and local fishermen. Dug along the canal leading to Caen, a stone's throw from the famous Pegasus Bridge, the port is a good starting point to discover the city of William the Conqueror, the beaches and casinos of the Nacre coast, or the birds of the Bay of Sallenelles.

 

The Port of Ouistreham, it is also its fish market, its lighthouse which offers one of the most beautiful panoramas on the sea and its night strolls. Set off to meet this place that never sleeps!