Morlaix is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in northwestern France with a population of 15,600. It is a sub-prefecture of the department.
The old quarter of the town has winding streets of cobbled stones and overhanging houses constructed of stone and timber. Many have religious and secular sculptures on their façades.
A tidal river that almost completely dries out at low tide reaches the town of Morlaix where there is a lock into a marina.
Parc botanique de Suscinio.
Morlaix is a great location for sea sports enthusiastic with a diverse array such as surfing, sand buggying, kite flying etc. One can also find beautiful coastal paths for walks. Morlaix has got France’s tallest lighthouse, “Phare de L’île Vierge”. Inland activities include bowling, golf, horse-riding and many more. There are also a cinema and a swimming pool.
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