To see and discover
Tourist activities in Loire Atlantique, near Pornic
Consult a selection of must-see tourist sites during your stay at the 4 **** Les Chênes Verts campsite near Pornic, at the gateway to Brittany and Vendée.
Authentic seaside resort and full of charm, it still reigns in Pornic an atmosphere “Belle Epoque” with the sumptuous family villas of the 19th century wood colored, decorated with friezes.
Initially a fishing port, a privateer’s den, a commercial port, the port of Pornic is now home to more than 1,200 pleasure boats and invites you to flanerie with a backdrop of the Bay of Bourgneuf.
During your vacations at the Camping **** Les Chênes Verts, head for La Baule and discover the most beautiful beach in Europe! With its famous immense beach of 9 kilometers of white and fine sand which extends from the port of Pornichet to the entry of Pouliquen, La Baule attracts the visitors.
Île de Noirmoutier
During your stay at the campsite ****Les Chênes Verts, treat yourself to an escapade on an island land with many facets… Noirmoutier is waiting for you!
Famous for its mild climate but also for the beauty of its landscapes, for its salt, its potatoes and its early fruits, Noirmoutier is best discovered by bike or on foot.
Guérande, a city of Art and History, is a must-see during your stay in the Loire Atlantique region. It will charm you with its rich historical and cultural heritage.
Famous medieval city more than a thousand years old, Guérande is a historical place from the time of the Dukes of Brittany. It has preserved its ramparts intact and in their entirety, built in the 15th century.
On the banks of the Loire River, Nantes is a city of Art and History with a rich heritage, a lively city, attractive and full of curiosities. In the heart of the medieval district, the Château des Ducs, a sumptuous white limestone palace, reminds us that Nantes is the historical capital of Brittany.
Nantes was the last major city to develop on the banks of the Loire and was the leading French port during its golden age. The superb facades of the private mansions located on the quays bear witness to the opulence of the river and maritime trade.
Immediate boarding for a city resolutely turned towards the Atlantic coast, rich of a port and maritime past. With its privileged location, between the Loire estuary and the Atlantic Ocean, Saint-Nazaire is a city with its feet in the water!
The waterfront has retained the charm of the 19th century residential neighborhoods. A walk along the magnificent coastal path reveals a preserved coastline, with its secret coves, its cliffs and its twenty or so beaches that invite you to laze around, including that of Monsieur Hulot, so dear to Jacques Tati.