The river Laïta, the end result of the meeting in Quimperlé of two rivers, the river Ellé and the river Isole, takes you all the way to Le Pouldu, near its beaches and its coves. Discover the beauty of this ria by walking along the GR34 or by boat or kayak.
The river Laïta is sure to reveal splendid places like the national forest of Carnoët, also called forest of Toulfoën. With its 800 hectares, it is the largest in Cornouaille ! When walking through this splendid forest, popular with hikers, you will encounter tumulus and dolmens, vestiges from the Middle Ages and from prehistoric times.
Continue to descend the river Laïta and discover the remarkable site of Saint-Maurice Abbey, an ancient monastery which has been restored along with its immense wooded park.
Natural site recognized "Natura 2000", this river 100% breton travels 17km...