The Odet at high tide.
|River mouth||Atlantic Ocean
|Basin size||715 km2 (276 sq mi)|
|Length||62 km (39 mi)|
The Odet is a river in western France (Finistère department), which runs from Saint-Goazec (near Leuhan, in the Montagnes Noires of Brittany) into the Atlantic Ocean at Bénodet. (The name of the town of Bénodet comes from the river; ben means river mouth in Breton).
The river is popular with kayakers.
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