The port of Pouliguen - "small white bay" in Breton - stretches west of La Baule. Historically oriented towards the production of saliculture, it has undergone a flash reconversion with the vogue of the sea baths brought to France by the Anglo-Saxons in the 19th century. Choose an accommodation in Le Pouliguen for your next holiday!
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A pioneer of seaside tourism, he has also seen a number of artists and writers, seduced by the charm of his landscapes. Today, the Pouliguen is a very pleasant and always popular. Between the ocean and salt marshes, with its lovely harbor bordered by tempting restaurants, it is a destination of choice for holidaymakers who are looking for a calm and authenticity. Whether you're traveling with family, with your loved one or your friends, you'll find without any effort a lot of things to keep you busy at Le Pouliguen. Stroll along the harbor to admire the reciprocation of fishing boats, old rigs, and the "sardine boat" (reenactment) docked there. Try its many seafood restaurants and its creperies - a must. In summer, the atmosphere is festive and good-natured: many concerts take place on the quay, while the children run the rides and the ice _ cream makers installed on the water's edge. Being watched out every day in July and August, the beach of Nau will offer you delicious moments of swimming at high tide and beautiful surprises at low tide, for lovers of shellfish fishing. You can also discover the salt marshes: guided tours will allow you to know all about the salt production, the job of the salt workers and the history of the region. If you are looking for a peaceful and relaxing stay, but rich in beautiful discoveries, book from now on your holiday rental at the Pouliguen our My Home In La Baule website.