To discover from Campsite La Guichardière
During your stay at the campsite, there are plenty of things to do in the region! Between the many leisure parks including animal parks, its regional park and its emblematic destinations such as Pornic, the region has activities for young and old.
In the heart of the Pays du Retz and the Loire-Atlantique, come and spend an unforgettable day in this theme park on tales and legends. Shows, entertainment, thematic tours with many surprises, and animals from all over the world are on the agenda!
Océanarium du Croisic
A typical family excursion, the Océarium du Croisic is located in the heart of the wild coast of Le Croisic (1 hour from the campsite). Immerse yourself in the marine world and experience a unique moment by discovering sharks, multi-coloured fish or the other 4000 fish and marine animals. Children aged between 6-12 have fun by becoming "Young Adventurers".
Parc de la Brière
The Parc de la Brière is the second largest marsh in France, after the Camargue. Located a few kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean, the park offers 120 km of canals and a wonderful fauna and flora.
45 minutes from the campsite, you enter a completely different world: the world of Planète Sauvage with its animal reserve of more than 130 ha. Meet the large mammals of African safaris, enjoy one of the daily representations of the majestic dolphins, search for a tribe of monkeys or meet parrots, macaws, meerkats and turtles in the bush village.
Puy du Fou
Enjoy a unique experience in the heart of a century-old forest. Magnificent shows and generous nature, the Puy du Fou propels you through the centuries for an unforgettable day with your family. Prepare to travel back in time!
Web : http://www.puydufou.com
Noirmoutier, the diversity of the ocean
Near the campsite, you find the island of Noirmoutier, located at only sixty kilometres from campsite La Guichardière and easily accessible by road. But what is the island of Noirmoutier? The island is a small historical jewel of the Vendée and is part of the heritage of this department. A trip to Noirmoutier is an ocean-minded trip with plenty of things to discover on this beautiful island.
Tasty and natural, the island of Noirmoutier is connected to the mainland by two roads: the bridge and the Gois passage. This mythical passage is unveiled at low tide and allows visitors to access the island by land, but is also a paradise for fishermen on foot. The Island of Noirmoutier is home to an incredible diversity of landscapes: beaches, forests, marshes, dunes and remarkable fauna and flora. The entire island is crossed by 80 km of cycle paths and 64 km of hiking trails, crossing salt marshes and passing through oyster and mussel farms.
Authenticity and diversity will make you experience magical moments with family and friends.
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