En kayak au fil de l'Aber Ildut

The treasures of Aber Ildut by kayak
at Lanildut

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  • In a bay that is sheltered from the wind and swell, you can take advantage of the riches of Aber Ildut: animal and plant life, history. Your guides will tell you all about the smallest Aber (estuary) in North Finistère.

    From the slipway in Lanildut, your family can take off and enjoy this trip between land and sea. Your guides know all about Aber Ildut, and will enjoy showing you everything there is to see. And all this while paddling. Your children from the age of 10 will be amazed by the number of birds they can see. You may be lucky enough to see a redshank perched on its long legs or a big cormorant as it settles on a rock. And what can we say about the wealth of plant life and majestic treese along the riverbanks? Young kayakers will be fascinated by the history of the “gabarres,” traditional boats designed for transporting goods. They will meet “Fine la passeuse,” a ferry boat that carried people across the river until 1980, and which is now enjoying a well-deserved retirement. With all these discoveries, the two-hour trip will go by very quickly…
  • Spoken languages
    • English
  • Activities
    • Activities for ages 9 to 12
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