MTB track no. 9 - Lanildut / Porspoder

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  • Distance 24 Km
  • Difficulty Easy
  • Loop
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Chapelle de Larret

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Découvrez 2 communes de l'Iroise : Lanildut et Porspoder, entre campagne et bord de mer.

Thanks to the official mountain bike circuit no. 9, you can discover the seaweed harbour of Lanildut and Rumorvan. What's more, you'll have a breathtaking view of the Iroise Sea along the way, and you'll be able to contemplate Melon Island, a small island accessible on foot at low tide.

Mountain biking is a great way to discover sites that mark the history of our Pays d'Iroise! Set off on an adventure on our signposted circuits, which will take you through many of our region's communes.
18 mountain bike circuits guide you through the Pays d'Iroise countryside or along the coast.

Along the way, take the time to put your foot down and read the heritage interpretation panels.

A few rules of safety and good behavior:
- The coastal path is forbidden to ATVs
- Before setting off, check the condition of your ATV and take a repair kit
- Respect the highway code: ride in single file, wear a helmet: it is compulsory for children under 12 (CSIR of 02/10/15).
- Always take a snack and a drink with you
- Respect private property
- Don't litter, respect nature by using the garbage cans.

The mountain bike topoguide is available from the Iroise Bretagne tourist office for €5.

See the bottom of the page for all the activities and restaurants in the area.

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DEPARTURE: Lanildut harbour office (29840).

Situated in the northern part of the Chenal du Four, this small Aber is an excellent stopover for yachtsmen on their way to southern Brittany or England. It's also a great base for day trips to Ouessant or the Molène archipelago on a semi-rigid
The port of Aber Ildut is very lively, with seaweed harvesters arriving to drop off seaweed harvested in the Iroise Sea, pleasure boats mooring, and fishing trips by kayak or stand-up paddle... Kayaks and bicycles for hire from the port store.

The port of Lanildut has long since become the biggest seaweed unloading port on the mainland, with 40,000 to 45,000 tonnes of seaweed passing through every year, keeping the famous seaweed harvesters in business. To find out more, visit the Maison de l'Algue, where you can learn all about the history and development of this typical coastal activity.

Port of Lanildut

This street is lined with the houses of the barge masters, all hidden behind their high walls. Most of these beautiful 17th and 18th century homes are topped by half-moon-shaped chimneys known as "English chimneys".

Chapelle de Larret

At low tide, Melon Island is a delight for anglers and wetland hikers alike. Access to Melon Island is a pleasant little stroll.

Port et île de Melon
Getting there with Google Maps