Immerse yourself in nature at an authentic campsite in Vendée

The Vendée islands

After the marshes, forests and beaches, the Vendée islands are waiting for you.

ile d'yeu and its rocky coastline

Yeu Island

From La Barre de Monts or Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, you can board a cruise boat to the Ile d’Yeu. The crossing is quiet and relatively quick, taking just 45 minutes.

Once there, you can visit everything by bike. Rental stores are available but very popular in summer. We recommend a day trip around the island to make sure you don’t miss any of this Atlantic gem.
Wild coves, natural beaches, secluded corners of nature – we guarantee you’ll have a great time during your few hours on the island.

The island of Noirmoutier

This island is a little further away from your campsite, just north of the Vendée. But it’s well worth the detour.

To get there, you have 2 options:

  • The Passage du Gois, a tide-submersible passage where you can fish on foot at low tide. This cobblestone bridge is a pleasant and original way to come to the island.
  • The classic bridge: safer, no need to worry about tide times

The beaches of Noirmoutier :

  • The ocean, midi or boucholeur beach, near barbâtre: large, spacious beaches
  • L’épine beach: the island’s highest point
  • Luzéronde beach, close to L’épine, a rockier beach
  • La Madeleine beach, a wild cove

You’ll find plenty of beaches, restaurants, stores and even an aquarium!

noirmoutier and its castle

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