#1 to discover the Laïta - Friday
From Quimperlé station, walk to your hotel in the lower town. The port has been active since the Middle Ages, importing wine, salt, limestone and slate; grain, honey, meat and wood were also exported. Drop off your suitcases and join the canoeing club a few hundred metres upstream. Embark on a trip* down the Laïta for around fifteen kilometres, lasting between 3 and 4 hours. From the river, you can see the Manoir de Carnoët in the forest and the Château de Bothané on the left bank. Near the abbey of Saint-Maurice, the Laïta meanders through the countryside, where you can take a break on the sandbanks or at the crêperie of the same name - a must! Arriving at Bas-Pouldu, you'll be treated to a panoramic view: the sea on the horizon, the Morbihan dunes on the port side and the little port on the starboard side, where Vincent and the minibus will be waiting for you. Back in town, dinner at the restaurant with suggestions: don't miss Friday's fish & ship at Chez Chouchou!
* The canoe route can be taken in the other direction depending on the tides.