The picturesque port of Lanildut

Natural heritage

Why take advantage?

Located in the northern part of the Chenal du Four, this little Aber is an excellent stopover for yachtsmen on their way to southern Brittany or England. It's also a good base for visiting Ouessant or the Molène archipelago.

The port of Lanildut, in the Aber Ildut, is very active: arrival of the seaweed harvesters who deposit the seaweed harvested in the Iroise Sea, mooring of pleasure boats, sea fishing trips, kayaking, stand-up paddling... Kayak and bike rental at the harbor store.

Port of departure for Ouessant
In season, you can take the boat to Ouessant. The Finist'mer company offers several departures per week.

Museographic space
The nearby Maison de l'Algue (seaweed house) will tell you more about this port, the first in Europe to unload seaweed.

Access to the Aber Ildut slipways
There is a charge for launching your boat. Vignettes are on sale at the harbor office or at the Office de Tourisme Irosie Bretgane, Plouarzel office.

Rates: €10/day - €30/week - €60/month - €150/year.

Natural heritage

The picturesque port of Lanildut

29840 Lanildut
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