The Menhir site
At the end of the Breton tip in Finistère, the surf school 4.6.1 welcomes you to the exceptional and preserved setting of Audierne Bay. This bay, bounded to the north by the Pointe du Raz and to the south by Penmarc’h, draws an arc of a circle that ideally captures the slightest swell. Beach, cove, rocky point… this diversity allows us to practice all year round in the best possible conditions.
Located between Cap-Sizun and Pays Bigouden, Surf school 4.6.1 welcomes you on the beach of Kerrest in Plozévet located between Penhors and Pors Poulhan. It is on this site that the Menhir of Human Rights was erected in 1840 as a tribute to the more than 600 men who died in the sinking of the ship “Les Droits de l’Homme” on the night of 13 to 14 January 1797.
Located between the beaches of Gwendrez and Penhors, Kerrest (or Canté) beach is a surf spot for all levels because of its crescent shape that filters the swell. In the North the swell is filtered by large swells and the southern part is more exposed. Kerrest beach is perfect for discovering the activity or improving your skills. The form and particular orientation allow multiple possibilities to adapt the course to your level. This spot offers a wide variety of waves breaking on rocky or sandy bottoms depending on your level.