La Vendée, a land of character, has always seduced its visitors both by its history and by its wild nature. And for good reason, the Vendée is a land of entrenched convictions, of rifts between republicans and monarchists. Department of the Pays de la Loire region, it is closely linked to the political evolution of France, the loyalty to the monarchs having violently clashed with the advent of new regimes. Moreover, the civil war between the blues (royalists) and the whites (republicans) between 1793 and 1796 was particularly bloody. Crossed by the river of the same name, Vendée is a largely irrigated land and therefore naturally rich. In addition, its sunshine is among the most important in France which makes it a popular destination for tourists. Its coastline is particularly popular, thanks to its 250 km of coast, allowing seaside tourism, but also the practice of surfing, thanks to the waves of the Atlantic. And to avoid the hassle of paying an arm and a leg to find accommodation, what better than staying in a campsite near Saint-Jean de Monts or Les Sables d'Olonne.
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Near the island of Noirmoutier, Saint Jean de Monts will seduce you with its 8 km of sandy beaches. The station is located in what is called the Côte de lumière, because of its sunshine, and has been labeled Pavillon Bleu. In addition, if you are with family, be reassured because some beaches are monitored: the Gulf beach, the beach of Birds and the Bather beach. At low tide, you can also collect shellfish and crustaceans. And if you want to discover the landscape, put on your sneakers. Many walks, on foot or on bike, are available to you. Why not take the opportunity to not only admire the wild Atlantic, but also to contemplate the Vendée Breton Marsh as well as the Pays de Monts forest. Therefore we invite you to relax along the coast or discover the hinterland of the Vendée, and of course, enjoy our campsites.
The legendary Les Sables d'Olonne resort is a landmark destination: indeed, it is the starting point of the famous Vendée Globe race. It also attracts many tourists. And for good reason! It is part of the Côte de la Lumière, so it has a lot of sunshine, has beautiful sandy beaches, and has a beautiful hinterland, between dunes, forest and marsh. You can discover it from the Atlantic, sailing, or from the coast and the hinterland, on foot, by bike, on rollers, on horseback, in short, you can discover it as you please. You can also enjoy the many cultural activities or simply stroll through the city center to learn more about the history of the Vendée and its famous race. Relax in the many thalassotherapy stations. And to rest from your journey, do not forget to book your campsite with Airotel.