Do you like wild animals and nature ? Come on and try the safari experience in Southern Brittany.
A safari journey of 10 km is waiting for you. Follow the trail with you own vehicle or in a 4x4 and admire animals from the 5 continents. During this tour, many animals will pass close to you.
For further information, visit their website.
This animal reserve of more than 130 hectares counts approximately 2000 animals and it is situated only 30 minutes away by car from the Le Patisseau campsite.
The big Parc du Puy du Fou aux Espesses in Vendée, is about many awesome shows like nowhere else.
Tickets at the campsite’s reception.
One hour and a half away from Pornic, come into history at the Grand Parc du Puy du Fou.
From Romans to Vikings, from musketeers to knights, all the legend heroes enchain choreography and stunt within the unique ballet of special effects and many more surprises.
At night, enjoy the biggest night show in the world called: "Cinéscénie".
It’s about 23 ha of stage, light and sound, 1200 actors, 6000 costumes, and the voices of Philipe Noiret, Alain Delon, Robert Hossein...
Buy your tickets at the reception of LePatisseau and avoid waiting in line.
Prices Patisseau (Ticket Grand Parc 1 day) : 27 € per adult, 17 € per children (from 5 to 13 years).
Go on board all the way to the Island of Noirmoutier. This is a journey of one hour from Pornic to the amazing Island of Noirmoutier.
The wildlife reserve at the salt marsh of Müllembourg: -according to the seasons- you can meet some geese, common shelducks, little egrets, african sacred ibis or grey herons.
LE GOIS attracts every year many visitors. This is a flooded passage that you can only take when the tide is not over: one hour and a half before and one hour and a half after the low tide.
Discover Bouin in the middle of the Breton marshland...
Bouin lies in the heart of the Marais Breton situated on the axis Nantes-Noirmoutier.
For a long time, salt production was the main activity of the town of Bouin (Bouin was the town with the highest salt production within the Breton marshland). Nowadays, oyster farming (180 farmers,oysters Vendée Atlantique) as well as the aquaculture have become the main economic activities of the former marshes.
Pornic-Bouin : 20min
A unique and unforgettable city. The old streets of the Bouffay area, that grew in the shade of the Castle of the Dukes, the Cathedral Saint-Peter and Saint-Paul, newly renovated, the place Royale, its fabulous fountain and pedestrian streets...having a walk in Nantes is like a dream. As a former international commerce harbor, Nantes lives on a tremendous rythm, where gastronomy, culture, architecture, and parties gives a glimpse of what is the best of the modern Breton life. With or without children, don’t forget to visit the island of Nantes, where the now famous "Machines de Nantes", inspired by Royal de Luxe, have settled.
A land of vineyard in the South of the Loire river, that many wine-amateurs will be willing to discover! The grapes from which Gros-Plant and Muscadet, the traditional Breton wines, can only grow on this soil. From a cellar to another, it is always a new taste, a new strength, a new territory to discover, with the influence of the rivers that shaped the land, like the Divatte, the Sevre of Nantes, and of course, the Loire.
Castles and fortified villages in Loire-Atlantique used to defend Brittany against French invasion attempts. A must see: the castle of Clisson, designed in the Italian Renaissance style, by the Francis the Second, Duke of Brittany.
Don’t miss the dockyards in Saint Nazaire ..
The dockyards from Saint-Nazaire gave birth to some of the most famous liners : the mythic Normandie et France and recently the Legend of the Seas and the Queen Mary II. Luxury symbols as well as technological features, these liners perpetuate a dream.
Pornic-St Nazaire : 30 min
La Baule, first of all, is the longest beach in Europe! But there you can find as well the atmosphere of the so typical seaside resorts of the early XXth century. In the neighborhood, the villages of Piriac and Guérande (Gwenn-rann, in medieval Breton, the white beach) and its famous salt pond and traditionnal salt industry, the regional park of Brière, where you can explore the marsh with a rented bark and watch the wild birds. A natural world to be discovered.
Guérande, medieval town and its salt marsh is 40 min away from Pornic, there you can discover the marais salants of Guérande.
You can also visit the Musée du Pays de Guérande, where you can admire an assemblage of the quotidian life in the XIX century in the Presqu’île. This visit gives access to the walled city. Guérande is the only medieval town in Bretagne surrounded by its nearly intact defensive walls.