There are three pavilions: tempered, polar, tropical and biodiversity. They open their doors to the public to show the best wildlife that can be found throughout the world. A window from the French Finisterre to the world's marine diversity. It is a way to learn about new species and sites without leaving Britain. It has 50 tanks, 10,000 animals, 4 million litres of seawater and an exhibition on biodiversity. A place to come with family and enjoy a good time together. Pass from tropical equatorial African to icecaps in a matter of minutes, although, most people don't do it so quickly. The reality and beauty of the ponds can attract anyone. An essential claim for this oceanographic centre.
Brest is located in one of the most beautiful coves of France and seems to be constantly beating to the rhythm of the tides. It is impossible to speak of Brest without remembering its commercial port. A walk through the very lively Commandant-Malbert will give you some of the best sights of the city. From here, the sea is decorated in a very special way: a hundred multicolored buoys bob between the lighthouses of Finisterre, the Abeille-Flandres (one of the world's most powerful tugboats), wooden shipyards and the legendary schooner Recouvrance. The major commercial port dock starts virtually at the foot of the castle from its museum of the Navy. Don´t leave without visiting the Océanopolis Brest! It´s a water park that recreates the world's oceans with huge aquariums and seals. You can even touch a few of the sea animals!
For fifteen years, is the annual rave-revolution in Brest. Astropolis Festival brings the best of this style of music to an event that moves at a feverish pace. Warning: it is only for the hardiest people. The sound volume and Astropolis convert your body into a sounding board. This means that your bones will soon get used to sounding like an amp. This festival was inspired by the raves of the late 80s and after fifteen years, not only is it still going, but it's revived annually by amazing artists like Laurent Garnier, Manu le Malin, Justice and Birdy Nam Nam , among others. Some 20,000 attendees gather each August in a dozen places throughout Brest. The city is invaded by "dancefloor" and "flower power" days. From the commercial port to the Cabaret Vauban, from the Astroclub to the Mansion of Keroual, this musical storm is not ready to leave Brest in peace.