You can discover the Porte St-Michel and its museum-castle, La collégiale St-Aubin (WII and XVI century) and walks along
the fortificated walls bilt on XIV and XV century.
The "marais salants" which produce the famous "sel de Guérande".
Close by, the Regional natural Park of Briere, second marais in Europe after the "Camargue". (49000 ha a,d 17000 ha of
marais) wit hislands, thached roof houses, tipical animals and flowers. You could walk, or go on "caleche" or on "chaland" (traditional boat)
Nearest beaches ant the Côte Sauvage (Savage Coast)
St Brévin les Pins on the Jade Coast (Côte de Jade) and its beaches are 22 km away.
La Baule (about 21 km away), on the Côte d'Amour, is considered to be the longest and most beautiful beach in
La Côte Sauvage (Savage Coast) :
Running from Le Pouliguen to the small fishing port of Le Croisic, The Côte Sauvage offers a wide variety of coastal lands
capes (islands, steep slopes, bays, sandy beaches) changing with the tides.
In the north, towards the department of Morbihan, you will discover charming seaside resorts and traditional villages with
a lot of character.