Brittany Region
Glenac & Suce Sur Erdre Base Information

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At the crossroads of L'Erdre, la Vilaine and the Nantes to Brest Canal, discover the charms of Inland Brittany
Glenac Base Information
In the heart of Morbihan, we suggest to start out from Glenac, at the crossroads of l'Erdre, la Vilaine and the Nantes to Brest Canal. Land of magic and mystery, rich in colours and traditions, Brittany is yours for you to discover along the canal from Nantes to Brest, historical treasures and remarkable natural sites.On the Nantes to Brest canal, you can visit Josselin, with its magnificient castle reflected in the water, Malestroit and its 15th century houses , the craftsman village of Gacilly. In the opposite direction, the river Vilaine takes you on Rennes, capital of Brittany, or Dinan (13th century fortifications) whilst the Erdre up to Nantes provides an enchanting cruise strewn with castles.

The attractions :
waterways devoted entirely to pleasure cruising, Its traditions, Its seafood, delicious crêpes and traditional cider

  

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Suce Sur Erdre Base Information

Discovering inland Brittany is a poem in itself. Between land and sea, its vast network of rivers and canals offers a wide range of possible itineraries. Our departure point from Sucé sur Erdre is perfect either for heading for Nantes, a journey strewn with incomparable castles, or, after only a few kilometers, for negotiating your first lock and joining the Nantes-Brest canal. Pass through Blain and Redon, founded in 832 and rich in history.

At Redon the river Vilaine can take you on an enchanting cruise to the Arzal dam (passage forbidden) or perhaps towards Rennes and why not as far as Dinan ? Continuing on the Nantes-Brest canal, a short excursion on the river Aff to La Gacilly is a must. With its colourful landscapes and its traditions, Brittany is a much-loved destination, perfect for spring, summer or autumn cruises.

The attractions :
waterways devoted entirely to pleasure cruising, its traditions, its seafood, delicious crêpes and traditional cider.


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