Fjords in France?



Yes, fjords in France exist.

They are not called fjords, but still they exist.

They are in Brittany on the Atlantic Coast North of Brest and West of Roscoff and Plouescat.

They are called Abers and they are situated in the Celtic Sea near Landeda.

We visited two the Aber Wrac'h and the Aber Benoit, near one to the other and both near the town of Landeda.

Below a map and some photos of the two Abers.

Aber Wrac'h:







Aber Benoit:








This post has been made thanks to Françoise and Hervé Caroff from Plouescat. 

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