The Scorff in Pont-Scorff
|Length||78.7 km (48.9 mi)|
The Scorff rises north of Langoëlan, in the Morbihan department, and flows through the towns of Guémené-sur-Scorff and Pont-Scorff. From there its bed enlarges to form a ria, submitted to the tides. It joins the Blavet in Lorient, where it enters the Ocean in the roadstead of Lorient.
It is 78.7 kilometres (48.9 mi) long.
- The Scorff in the SANDRE database
- Morbihan angling association: Fédération départementale de pêche du Morbihan
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