What you can do and watch around ?
Château des Aventuriers • 22 km | A unique familly leisure park for all generations : quizz trail, investigation trail with a tablet, discovery trail in the forest, visit of the castle, trail for “littles one”, inflatables and skill games.
Logis of la Chabotterie • 69 km | Le logis de la Chabotterie offers a glimpse of the pleasures of country life in the late 18th Century.
Abbaye of Nieul sur l’Autise • 74 km | Founded in 1068, the Abbbaye de Nieul became the royal abbey in 1141 thanks to Eleanor of Aquitaine, the queen of France.
Abbaye of Maillezais • 80 km | A fortress, an abbey then a cathedral, bears the marks of history.
Talmont castle • 27 km | A listed 11th Century fortress, invites you to explore life in the Middle Ages.
Terre Neuve Castle • 63 km | Built in 1590 by Nicolas Rapin, High Provost of the constables of France and companion of Henri 4. Listed Historic Monument.
Haras of Vendée • 39 km | In the heart of a 4.5 ha parc, the Vendée department shares with you its passion for horse and the equestrian art.
The Marais Poitevin | The thousands of waterways offer their enchanting setting to boating enthusiasts and walkers. You’ll be welcome to any of the dozens of ports in traditional villages for a walk guided or not through the 37,000 hectares of wetlands.
Natural Reserve of la Pointe d’Arcay . 14 km | La Pointe d’Arcay is protected by a national reserve to create a reception area for migration and waterbird wintering. The Pointe d’Arcay is a natural coastal site of great ecological interest.
La Pointe du Payré and the Veillon estuary . 24 km | Located in the commune of Jard-sur-Mer, it is an essential site for geology lovers. The site is not only remarkable from a geological point of view but also for all its natural resources.
L’Aiguillon sur Mer’s bay . 23 km | Vast natural complex, mainly composed of mudflats and salt meadows of about 5,000 hectares, located downstream of the Marais Poitevin. It has been mainly classified as a National Nature Reserve.