The Aber Wrach River is an inlet ("aber" in Bretton language) that flows into the land and that is navigable for about 8 km inland till the legendary Devil's Bridge...
You'll go kayaking up and down the river pushed by the rising and ebbing tide...
Accessible to everyone !
Aber Wrach River kayak tour:
It will take you approximately 2 hours each way , all the while taking your time, to go up the river till the Devil's bridge and then to come back. Departure is usually planned more or less
2h30 before high tide in order to reach the Devil's bridge at high tide and then to be able ,after a good break, to return pushed by the ebbing tide.
Bring on your picnic or snacks !
2017 Aber Wrach River departure schedule:
Detailed and customised sea chart provided for free
Place of departure and return : Saint Antoine beach in Aber Wrach (see map below)
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