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Find your accommodation in Batz-sur-Mer for a holiday!

Between the wild coast and salt marshes, the small resort of Batz-sur-Mer has long been seduced by its authenticity and the beauty of its landscapes. Balzac resided there with Laure de Berny in the 1830s, and the island continued to inspire many artists, writers and painters (notably Eugène Boudin). Choose an accommodation in Batz sur Mer!

Our holiday accommodation offers in Batz sur Mer, close to La Baule

Below are listed all our offers in Batz sur Mer if you intend to spend your holiday in Loire Atlantique. My home in offers you also accommodation in La Baule Les Pins but also in Le Croisic.

Rent an accommodation in Batz-sur-Mer

Batz-sur-Mer is an ideal destination for those who want to settle near a large seaside resort (La Baule), without suffering the disadvantages of the summer effervescence. A charming little port, well-preserved beaches, lively markets, numerous activities for young and old: you will find there to spend a relaxing holiday, in the heart of a generous nature. See our rental offers in Batz-sur-Mer, on our My Home In La Baule website. Many visits and guided walks are suggested to discover the rich natural and cultural heritage of Batz-sur-Mer. You will be able to cross the salt marshes, along with a guide who will introduce you to the techniques of the production of saliculture and the job of saltworker. On foot, by bicycle, or even in a horse-drawn carriage, discover the mysteries of the famous salt of Guérande, the white gold of the region. And find it later on your plate by savoring delicious cakes with salted butter in the pancake shops of the port! As for the culture, do not miss to visit the magnificent church of Saint-Guénolé, gothic Breton, dating from the fifteenth century. Do not be frightened by the 184 steps of its 17th century tower: the panorama on the terrace at its summit seems worthwhile. You will have a unique point of view on the salt marshes and the ocean, until Noirmoutier! The ruins of the Mûrier chapel, which dates from the 15th century, are also worth a visit. Fantastic carcass of stone, they fascinate young and old alike.