The Tour de Belle-Île returns next May

We don’t change a winning formula! The 2024 edition of the Tour de Belle-île will remain faithful to the concept created in 2008, with the same authenticity, the same conviviality and the same warm atmosphere that made the event a success. New director of the Tour de Belle-île, OC Sport Pen Duick, works hand in hand with all the local players to make this 100% Breton race a true success. “ The Tour de Belle-Île is an emblematic event on the French nautical calendar, like the Tour of the Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom or the Barcolana in Italy. We look forward to your return next spring after four blank years due, in particular, to the health crisis. The purchase of the event at the beginning of the year by OC Sport Pen Duick, a subsidiary of the Télégramme group, allows this magnificent event to be relaunched, which promises great moments on land and at sea. », comments Joseph Bizard, CEO of OC Sport Pen Duick. “ Our teams are working closely with the institutional and private partners of the Tour de Belle-Île to offer all participants a magnificent 2024 edition. We look forward to bringing together all sailing enthusiasts around this iconic event. “.

A beautiful fleet is expected.

Numerous racing and cruise boats are expected at the start line of the Tour de Belle-Île. As has been tradition since 2012, two tours will be offered to you: a Grand Tour and a P’tit Tour. Open to sailboats armed with offshore equipment, the first will offer a circuit of approximately 42 miles departing from La Trinité-sur-Mer. The second route, open to armed coastal vessels, will also take place in Quiberon Bay and will have a route of approximately 37 miles.

Enough to allow everyone, professionals and amateurs, yachtsmen and sailors, to express all their talent while watching the sumptuous landscapes of Quiberon Bay pass by. And enjoy a pleasant atmosphere on land.

Held by the MOD70 Edmond de Rothschild since the 8th edition of the Tour de Belle-Île, will the test’s record (2 hours and 24 minutes) be broken? Verdict of May 4.


Course open to all sailboats armed with offshore equipment.

Departure from La Trinité-sur-Mer, skirting Belle-Ile-en-mer, turning around and leaving the island to the port.

Arrival at La Trinité-sur-Mer


Course open to sailboats equipped for coastal use

Departure from La Trinité-sur-Mer, go around the TOUR DE BELLE-ILE buoy in front of Sauzon, follow the inland coast of Belle-Ile to Cardinale des Galères

Arrival at La Trinité-sur-Mer

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