Route 10 - Aber Wrac'h tour on the sea side
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Open from 13 July to 31 August, every day except Saturday. Also open on 6 July.
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Starting from the Port of Aber Wrac'h, this itinerary without technical difficulties will allow you to discover the Aber Wrac'h, changing with the tides.

Specificity of this itinerary :

  • Ferry crossing : the itinerary starts with a ferry crossing to reach the port of Perros. Free crossing, no reservation necessary. Every day, except Saturdays, between 13 July and 31 August 2022, as well as Wednesdays 6 July, 24 and 31 August 2022.

2022 timetable : departure from the Port of Aber Wrac'h at 9am and 9.30am / 6.15pm and 6.45pm

  • Marking signs : there is no spécific trail-running marking signs on this route. Follow GR hiking marking signs (red/white paint)

Ferry crossing
The characteristics of the route.
Landéda (29)
  • Distance 10.5 km
  • Elevation gain 230 m
  • Elevation lost 230 m
  • Min. elevation -3 m
  • Max. elevation. 58 m
  • Duration (depending on pace) 1h à 2h
  • Marking Take the ferry - Follow the red and white GR signs until you return to the starting point

Starting from the port of Perros, you will begin this itinerary with a first section of country road, as a warm-up, before going along the left bank of the Aber Wrac'h on a balcony route, following the GR route. At Beg ar C'hastell, leave the GR for a short time to climb to the viewpoint which offers a magnificent view over the Aber.

You will then reach the Pont de Paluden with a section of road that will require your vigilance, some sections of road offering limited visibility. You will then return to the port of Aber Wrac'h running along the right bank of Aber Wrac'h, following paths, tracks and small roads.

Area : Le Pays des Abers
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Aber Wrac'h Tourist Office
Plouguerneau Tourist Office
La Maison de l'Algue
Sports Center La Cavale Blanche
Landerneau Tourist Office