We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Had 2 hour trip at e20 for 3 of us. Have 10 year old son, given a boat, life jackets and a map after a briefing. Off you go along the beautiful waterways. Water between 1' and 6' deep. Lots if wild life and very...More
This city has used the same marketing company as Greenland. The canals are green I guess but not particularly stunning compared to any other canals. The comparison to Venice is a brilliant marketing trick and certainly not deserved. If you're in the area, have a...More
We hired a little boat for a couple of hours and I sat serenely while the men paddled.
However although I did no work I know that it was not felt to be too arduous for paddlers and we all enjoyed being out of direct...More
I don't suppose it really matters who you hire your boat from, particularly if you aren't having a guide, but the staff here were particularly lovely. A smile and a kind word goes a long way so thank you all.
We stopped in this town on the way from Bretagne to Bordeaux and it was well worth a stop for this fun boating excursion. Two of us got a Kayak for about 20E for 2 hours and you then follow a laminated map they give...More
We hired a self paddle boat for two hours, rather than have a tour guide. We were given a laminated sheet with a route marked for us and the lady explained what landmarks we should watch out for (including a very low bridge!) Our 6...More
We had a fab hour paddling ourselves around these particular waterways on the edge of Arcais. We paid 15 Euros for the hour, having decided it wasn't worth paying the 55 Euros to have someone do the paddling for us. Our young children wore the...More