La Baule's Bay01
La Baule, a very chic seaside resort, famous for its 9km long bay of fine sand, is part of the very closed circle of the most beautiful bays in the world. La Baule's beautiful districts are known as "des Oiseaux", "des Arbres", "Lajarrige" and the very popular "Benoit" district. Adrien GRAVE, Georges LAFONT, Paul-Henri DATESSEN, renowned architects of the 1930s, have created a real architectural heritage.
La Baule, a region where the art of good living is cultivated. Here you will find the Barrière de la Baule International Golf Course, prestigious hotel palaces such as the Barrière Hermitage Hotel and the Royal, casinos, renowned thalassotherapy centres and chic and elegant boutiques.
Every year La Baule hosts the Jumping International, the "Film and Film Music" festival, the International Dragon Derby, the Concours d'Elegance, the Audencia Triathlon, TedX and many other international events. The Bay stretches from Pouliguen to Pornichet. The Pouliguen is a renowned family seaside resort, a place to relax and share. Its marina has inspired many novelists such as the writer Jules Sandeau. Pornichet, a dynamic, family (OK KID label), festive and sporting town has the largest marina in the region.
Morbihan Gulf and its region02
Morbihan has 830km of coastline and more than forty islands and islets. The Gulf of Morbihan, the most beautiful bay in Europe is divided between land and sea, known for the charm of its landscapes and its exceptional natural sites. A rich historical heritage, including the sublime forest of Brocéliande, cradle of the legend of King Arthur, or Vannes, capital of the Gulf of Morbihan, an authentic and chic medieval city very close to many renowned seaside resorts such as Arradon, Arzon, La Trinité, Carnac,...
You will find some of the best golf courses in France, including the magnificent sea front greens of Belle-Île. Great starred restaurants, prestigious 5 star hotels, casinos and renowned thalassotherapy centres including the first in France, the Sofitel Thalassa and Spa in Quiberon.
Every year, Morbihan hosts the Gulf Week, the Inter-Celtic Festival, the Grand Prix du Crouesty, the Jazz Festival, the Lorient offshore regatta, ...
Nantes and its region03
The peninsula stretches from Pouliguen to Pornichet, through Guérande and its salt marshes. Le Pouliguen is a renowned family seaside resort, a place to relax and share. Its marina has inspired many novelists such as the writer Jules Sandeau. On the sea side, sheltered bays and a superb navigation basin awaits you, on the land side, cities of character, the wild coast, the salt marshes.
Guérande is a medieval fortified town, and at the bend in the ramparts you will discover houses of character underlining the Celtic imprint of this town of art and history.
Guérande dominates the salt marshes. It is in their heart that "La Fleur de sel de Guérande" is produced, known throughout the world. This city of character has seduced famous writers such as Flaubert and Balzac.