Located about twenty kilometers from the campsite, you can take the bridge of Noirmoutier to discover this island of the Atlantic Ocean, with its fishing port and its marina, its castle, the wood “de la Chaise”… and return by the atypical path of the “Gois” at low tide.
Ile d’Yeu, with its sandy and green coast, its “wild” coast; discover also the Old Castle of the fourteenth century, Port-Joinville, St Sauveur, the charming little port of La Meule and its chapel.
With more than 150 km in secure site, come and discover the different loops including 70 km of tracks reserved for bicycles.
The fishing port is specialized in fishing for blue fish (sardines, mackerel) and its marina is located in the heart of the city.
Geographical area located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean which extends over two departments including the Vendée. Here, the port of the Bec or also called the “Chinese port”.
North of Saint Jean de Monts is this watering place of the coast of light.
Saint Jean de Monts, watering place of Vendée with its 8 kilometers of beach on the Atlantic coast.