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.