Museums, interpretation centers and collections
in PORT-VENDRES

LA MAISON DU MARIN

Do you know Claude Castejon? The sea is his universe.
Created in 2015, this museum nestled in a corner of the Horseshoe Barracks has become, over time, a hotspot for local marine history.
A man with multiple experiences, he who has been, in turn, a fisherman, quartermaster in the National Navy, sea rescuer, firefighter, diver and coachbuilder, he likes to talk about the sea and everything that goes with it. reports. A Port-Vendrais who knew how to make this place an essential place in the history of the city.

The sailor's house pays tribute to Joseph Le Pennec, a sailor who died in Conchinchina in 1949, and to his ties to Port-Vendrais. From now on, the Sailor’s House bears the name “Joseph Le Pennec”.


For all lovers of the sea, scuba diving, fishing and the Navy. Various ship models, scuba.
Free entry every Saturday morning from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
We speak French

Themes:

  • History
  • Maritime

Opening

Opening hours from February 10 to December 31, 2024
SaturdayOpen from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Also open on Tuesdays in the summer season.

Address

Obelisk Square
Horseshoe Barracks
66660 PORT-VENDRES
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