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The Temps de Fete Festival in Douarnenez occurs every two years, in which hundreds of sailing ships from all over the world descend on Douarnenez for a weekend of boating. Go to Port Rhu to soak up the atmosphere, enjoy concerts on the quayside and sail out to sea on a boat-trip you’ll never forget. Tall ships from all over the world feel at home here in Douarnenez which always pushes the boat out to give an excellent welcome, with music sounding out all around the quayside, a blend of Breton and international artists in a diverse concoction of styles. Other attractions present include film shows and demonstrations of sailors’ knots. Meanwhile children can discover traditional Breton games, try their hand at sailing or learn to climb a mast. However the real stars of the show are the hundreds of fishing boats, in the awe inspiring and varied flotilla. Watch as they sail by or take part in races and manoeuvres. And there’s nothing to stop you going aboard for a trip out to sea!
In mid-August in Concarneau there is the fishermen’s festival, “La Fête des Filets Bleus”and one of the liveliest in Brittany with traditional music.
Brittany is home to the Festival Interceltique de Lorient, which is a fantastic Celtic Folk festival attracting thousands of visitors each year to the Lorient fishing port, where the best of inter-Celtic folk can be heard, from Scottish to Spanish bagpipes.
Roscoff - see the town go onion crazy in August during the annual “Fête de l’Oignon”. Taste the onion tart, the ultimate onion soup or simply stock up with a string or two.
For music fans, over the space of 4 days in July, enjoy the Breton equivalent of Glastonbury, “Les Vieilles Charrues” (The “Old Ploughs” Festival), France’s largest music festival which caters for all styles of music.