Self catering holidays
Located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, in Talmont-Saint-Hilaire, Port Bourgenay is an ideal destination for a family holiday.
Port Bourgenay has a marina with 630 berths, a holiday village in a natural setting and a golf course. Around the harbour, you can enjoy a drink and watch the world go by from the terrace of one of the restaurants. You will also find many shops and hotels present on this port which was built in 1981.
The Musée automobile de Vendée presents over 150 historic vehicles to the public, collected by the Giron family over more than 75 years. In a 3,300m22 area, this collection, brimming with accessories, models and explanatory boards, offers you a different perspective on the four-wheeled world. From the end of the 1800s until our times, the evolution of the car is recounted, ending in the safeguarding of an exceptional heritage started by a passionate family.
A visit to the Seventh Continent Aquarium is a deep sea voyage, a complete immersion where each aquarium represents one sea from around the globe, a particular ecosystem or marine environment.
This way visitors can discover more than 500 animal species from around the world.
Let your senses be awakened by the tactile tank and complete your visit with the special space dedicated to the deep ocean where you can learn all about luminescence.
The Château de Talmont-Saint-Hilaire was the residence of the famous Richard the Lionheart, King of England.
The Château de Talmont-Saint-Hilaire, built in the 20th century has survived the centuries despite some misfortune. Severely damaged during the religious wars, it was demolished on the order of Louis XIII in the 17th century.
Although in part in ruins, the Château de Talmont-Saint-Hilaire remains an historic monument.
On the rocky coast of the Château d'Olonne, discover a geological curiosity of the region: the Puits d'Enfer, a sizeable fault dividing the cliff!
The sea smashes through it at high tide. Myths and legends circulate around this place.
You can also walk on the coastal paths and benefit from a remarkable view of the ocean.