The river at Mûrs-Erigné
|Water code||FR : M50-0300|
|location||France , Pays de la Loire region|
|Drain over||Loire → Atlantic Ocean|
|Branch off as a branch from the Loire||at Juigné-sur-Loire
|muzzle||in the municipality of Chalonnes-sur-Loire in the Loire
|Height difference||approx. 6 m|
|Bottom slope||approx. 0.24 ‰|
The Louet is a flowing water in France that runs in the Maine-et-Loire department in the Pays de la Loire region . It is a left branch of the Loire , which branches off from the main river at Juigné-sur-Loire and flows back into the Loire after 25 kilometers in the municipality of Chalonnes-sur-Loire . Despite its function as a tributary of the Loire, the French water information system sandre.fr treats the water as an independent water body.
Places on the river
(Order in flow direction)
The Louet is mainly used for tourism for canoeing .