La Côte Sauvage Spot Guide

La Côte Sauvage Guide

About La Côte Sauvage

A concentration of some of the best spots in Brittany, with some hollow and powerful waves on a 2km stretch. Top-to-bottom, hard breathing barrels when a WSW swell meets an E wind. Port-Blanc is the first bay, gets some N wind shelter from a cliff and will probably be the busiest spot. Port Marie breaks far offshore and Port-Rhu is a well-defined, localised peak, while Port-Bara is more accessible. Some reef anchors the sandbars and large clusters of rock affect the line-up at high tides, so exit before dead high.

Handles size, when the waves and rips get punishing. Often crowded on weekends.

User Rating
  • Stormrider Guide for La Côte Sauvage
  • Low to Mid Tide Low to Mid Tide
  • Peaky Beachbreak Peaky Beachbreak
  • Sand Sand
  • SW - W SW - W
  • Easterly Easterly
  • 10 2 Swell Range 2 - 10ft

Swell Consistency and Wind Overview