Whatever the purpose of your vacation, the Atlantic Coast is rich enough to meet all desires, whether fishing at the beach at the Pointe de Saint Gilles, to go face the rollers on his surfboard in Biarritz or organize hikes to the dune of Pilat.
The Breton coast, from Bénodet to Pornic, offers many beaches on a human scale in which all water sports are in the spotlight, but where cultural visits are not forgotten either. You can enjoy your visit Pornic to browse the medieval city, or to relax in its thalassotherapy center. Only 15km from the coast, the city of Quimper will allow you to discover Breton traditions and gastronomy, as well as a remarkable architectural heritage.
Going down a little to the south, the Côte de Lumière offers you in Vendée, between white sand beaches, coniferous forests and salt marshes. The beach of Saint-Jean-de-Monts, which stretches for more than 8km, allows to benefit at the same time traditional activities of beach and the tranquility of the big spaces. Whether organizing trekking, playing sports or visiting the island of Noirmoutier, or the island of Yeu, the Côte de Lumière is ideal to satisfy all desires.
Still further south, the largest forest in Europe and majestic landscapes are available in the Landes, like the dune Pilat, the highest dune in Europe, which rises to over 100m. A Biscarrosse begins the land of surfing, thanks to the power of waves that hit the coast. A passion that will also follow you to Biarritz, the European capital of surfing, before descending to Bayonne to discover all the traditions of the Basque Country.
From Bretagne y to Spain, more than 700km of beach promises diversity and surprises, both in terms of activities and landscapes, between nature, culture and relaxation.