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Mythique & Prestigieuse

La Baule owes its fame to its famous beach of fine sand, that stretches over 9 km between the ports of Pornichet and Pouliguen, lapped by the waves of the turquoise sea.

The supervised beach of La Baule, one of the longest in Europe, belongs to the highly prestigious Select Club of the most beautiful bays in the world. But La Baule is also about charming villas, prestigious hotels, quality restaurants, a wealth of cultural events (Film and Music Festival, Atlantia, Music Festival in La Baule and so on) and a large number of sporting activities (sailing, tennis, golf, horse riding, Longines Jumping International, nautical regattas, triathlon, etc.)

From “La Bôle” to “La Baule”

La Baule, a prestigious seaside resort

What makes La Baule an unmissable resort is, without a doubt, its lifestyle. That it is pleasant to enjoy its fine sandy beach, to share a drink or a meal with family or friends in one of its famous beach bars or restaurants.

The Avenue de Gaulle or the Casino Gallery will satisfy your desire for shopping and it’s fun to stroll around the market square to discover the Baulois and regional products.

Those curious about architecture will be able to stroll on foot or by bike to discover the magnificent seaside villas with Moorish, Basque, English, Art Deco or Belle Epoque influence.

La Baule, one of the most beautiful bays in the world

Stretching between Pornichet and Le Pouliguen, the beach at La Baule offers a playground of vast dimensions. The youngest children will enjoy the beach clubs, and the older ones are bound to be tempted by water activities (sailing, paddle, catamaran, kayak…). But everyone will enjoy getting together to enjoy the pleasures of life between idleness, swimming and beach restaurants.

Shore fishing enthusiasts can take advantage of the high tides and head for the beach on the Benoît side.

The salt marshes

The medieval city of Guérande

A peninsula with a wealth of small cities full of character

The huge diversity of the Guérande peninsula’s coastline, its beaches and its cultural and historical heritage all contribute to its uniqueness.

Beach lovers can bask in the sun at Pornichet. On the Promenade du Pouliguen, families can enjoy the rides, the summer activities and taste the famous “niniches”, lollipops with tangy flavours. Children will be thrilled to discover the Océarium du Croisic and will love the opportunity to go for a walk along the wild coastline. You can also take a stroll and enjoy a delicious crêpe in the picturesque town of Piriac-sur-Mer. Finally, don’t miss the fish auction in the pretty fishing port of La Turballe before sitting down and enjoying a drink on one of the terraces.