Port Racine

Interesting
The most picturesque ports of Le Hague is also the smallest operating port in France. With a surface of just 800m²/2,600ft² and a gap of 11m/36ft for boats to slip through, this Lilliputian harbour owes its name to a privateer, François-Médard Racine, who established his base camp here under Napoleon I. Two hundred years later, the tiny port serves as a marina and its peaceful site is greatly appreciated by holiday fishermen and yachties.

Useful information

Address:

50440 St-Germain-des-Vaux

Phone:

+33 2 33 52 74 94

Price:

5 € (-15 years old free of charge)

Opening hours

Jul-Aug: 11am-7pm; Easter weekend-end Jun and Sep-Oct: daily except Fri 11am-7pm

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