Relaxing Getaway

A trip to relaxtion at the BEST WESTERN Hôtel de la Cité is one that will stay as relaxing and serene. In a...

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Golfing Getaway

5 minutes from the bay of La Baule, 2 minutes from the medieval town of Guerande, in a wooded area, surrounded...

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Discover

 Salt, Sea, one trip to visit an entire universe ... Brittany is full of treasures of tradition and offer whatever time of the year, sublime landscapes. Focus on the Guerande peninsula, near the salt marshes and the Regional Natural Park of Brière, close to many resorts: Le Croisic Le Pouliguen, La Baule, Pornichet and La Turballe always offer an eventful stay.

 

The medieval town of Guerande is one of the few cities in France to have retained all of its walls (1300 m). Built in the fifteenth century, they are entered by four gates, the most emblematic is that of Saint-Michel. The tour gives access to the restored walkway and temporary exhibitions hosted on the floor of the St. Michael's Gate game.

Learn more: ville-guerande.fr  - Tel. 02 28 55 05 06

 

The Salt Marshes

Unique landscape and mesmerizing views,  the salt marshes are a mosaic of shapes and colors ... Light grey morning light, purple at sunset. It's a surprise, season after season.

Learn more: ville-guerande.fr  - Tel. 02 28 55 05 06

 

The sea salt

Its unique, authentic taste, rich in elements of sea salt are a quality product which was rewarded by obtaining the Red Label in 1991.

Learn more: terredesel.fr - Tel. 02 40 62 08 80

 

The salt villages

Discover the marsh villages with traditional houses with their colored frames and slates have been a feature of the landscape for many years. Visit villages such Kervalet, Kermoisan, Roffiat ...

Learn more: maisondespaludiers.fr - Tel. 02 40 62 21 96

 

The Brière marshes never tire of surprising a visitor ... a territory to discover at your own pace and in your own time

This wetland is listed among the richest in Europe biologically.

Aquatic environment in constant evolution, the Brière marshes have been transmitted through the work of generations of briérons who derived their livelihood and survival.

Read more: Park-natural-briere.fr - Tel. 02 40 66 85 01