Accommodation Le Pouliguen
Self catering holidays
The Pouliguen Tourism Office will be the start of your stroll on foot. This promenade of approximately 10 kilometres offers a view over the Baie de La Baule. You will head along the quays to reach the promenade created in the 19thth century, before continuing along the coastal path.
During your stroll, you can also admire some villas and their architecture which stands out from the style of the area. They were built at a time when seaside tourism was just taking off in Pouliguen.
In Batz-sur-Mer, come and take a step back in time and immerse yourself in the history of the Second World War and the Landings.
Le Grand Blockhaus is a former command post of the Atlantic Wall, which extends over no less than five levels. It became a museum in 1997.
A visit to this enormous building allows you to realise how life within this advanced post was organised.
For the children, games are linked to learning via a treasure hunt. For the older ones, this impressive site is a mine of information on Poche de Saint-Nazaire.
The Bernard Boesch museum is based on the Penchâteau point in Pouliguen, in a very beautiful villa of the painter called "Les Tamarins".
The site has two purposes: bringing the body of some 800 paintings by the artist alive and organising several exhibitions per year.
It also hosts an artists residence in a separate workshop/house, in order to support creation.
Built in the 16thth century and renovated in 1992, the Moulin de la falaise in Batz-sur-Mer is still in use today!
Take a guided visit of the place in the company of the miller: he will explain the tricks of the trade to you and how the mill works.
You can also buy flour there to make your buckwheat pancakes and discover the buckwheat flour based recipes.
A listed historical monument, the Château de Careil became a defensive site during the religious wars in the 14thth century. Then it experienced numerous transformations, becoming a castellany then being auctioned.
It saw numerous families invest in it before being transformed once again into all year round accommodation.
Nowadays, it can be visited in a traditional way, with candles or in period costume. You can organise your child's birthday there.