Tourism in the Vendee
Nearby, the coastal shuttle will allow you to get around the surrounding municipalities at low cost.
Also, the little train will allow you to quietly discover the ledge, the landscapes of Saint Hilaire de Riez and can drop you off in the various markets, near shops, restaurants, mini markets or supermarkets.
Saint Hilaire de Riez : stroll along the ledge by bike or on foot, fishing on the rocks, exploring the salt marshes.
Saint Jean de Monts : stroll along the esplanade, the pier, fishing, lively streets, numerous shops, restaurants, creperies, casino, markets.
Saint Gilles Croix de Vie : marina and fishing port, sea fishing trip, its creeks, its embankment, its surf spot, numerous shops, markets, casino.
Ile d'Yeu : a magnificent island where you can get around by bicycle, its castle, its fortress, its wild coves, its turquoise blue water.
Ile de Noirmoutier : island connected to the mainland by the famous Passage du Gois (cobblestone road that becomes available at low tide), its cobbled streets, its castle, the Dames beach, its large villas, the Bois de la Chaise.
Les Sables d'Ulonne : its port, start of the Vendée Globe race, its embankment, its shops, the Sables zoo.
Le Puy du Fou : the largest amusement park in the world, 1.5 hours drive from Saint Hilaire de Riez, not to be missed.
Sallertaine : canoe trips on the Route du Sel in Sallertaine (20 km from the campsite) will introduce you to the marshes, an approach to sustainable tourism in the Breton Vendée marshes.
Brem sur Mer : a wine-growing region renowned for its wine with a controlled designation of origin: "les Fiefs Vendéens".