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Sailing on the rivers

Rivers of Finistère

Pleasure boating, kayaking, or reclining on the riverbanks with a book, nothing beats a waterside setting.

Canal - Au fil de l'Aulne Maritime

Le Brestoâ : boat trips and restaurant dining cruises
Leaving from Brest and Le Fret
April to September
Tel: +33 (0)7 78 37 03 23
www.lebrestoa.com

Cruises up the Morlaix River

Vedettes de l'Ile de Batz
leaving from Morlaix or from Roscoff, depending on the tides
July & August
Tel: +33 (0)2 98 67 78 87
www.vedettes-ile-de-batz.com

Compagnie Maritime Armein
leaving from Roscoff
in the summer season
Tel: +33 (0)2 98 61 75 47
www.armein.fr

The River Odet

Vedettes de l'Odet
leaving from Bénodet, Loctudy, Quimper
April to October
Tel: +33 (0)2 98 57 00 58
www.vedettes-odet.com

The River Aven-Belon

Vedettes Aven-Belon
leaving from Bélon Port
April to October
Tel: +33 (0)2 98 71 14 59
www.vedettes-aven-belon.com

The River Laïta, anse de Saint-Maurice et Quimperlé

Laïta Croisières
from Pouldu Port (Clohars-Carnoët)
May to September.
Tel: +33 (0)6 64 27 62 15
laita.croisieres.free.fr

The River Odet

Considered by many to be the prettiest river in France, the Odet springs from the Montagnes Noires. Spectacular in the Stangala gorges, the Odet then calmly threads through Quimper before snaking its way to sea through wooded landscapes dotted with picturesque châteaux and pretty ports.

The Odet is a tidal river, 62 km long, with a navigable maritime section stretching from Quimper out to the sea at Bénodet.

The Nantes-Brest canal

Designed to guarantee supplies to Brest, the canal was completed in 1842, taking eight water sources to supply it. This 360km stretch of water crosses through the woods, mountains, towns and hamlets of Finistère, rushing pas the coloured houses of Carhaix, the lush green banks of Châteauneuf du Faou and heads towards Châteaulin.

Following the River Aulne

A totally relaxed pace of life surrounds the Aulne Valley, whose banks are garlanded with camellias, mimosa and the occasional palm tree. Here, where the freshwater and saltwater mix, you can drift past Rosnoën Bay, the new bridge of Terenez, Landevennec with its abbey ruins and wonderful gardens, then the lively colours of Port Launay.

It's a hushed, secretive landscape with a rhythm of its own.

Team Nautisme by Tout commence en Finistère
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Les îles du Finistère

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