One of the bike rides recommended by the campsite goes by the name "La Boucle des Artisans" or the "Craftsmens’ loop". Over about 35 kilometres, heading towards Saint-Jean-de-Monts, you’ll be able to discover the way of life of the inhabitants of the Vendée marshlands, with the famous Bourrine (traditional cottage) in Rosalie and an authentic working windmill nearby too.
Further along, you can cross the well-preserved and fascinating world of the salt marshes and admire the landscapes shaped by the salt-marsh workers over the years.
Head out on a journey of discovery along the coast, following the old smugglers’ trail and breathing in the fresh air of the Atlantic ocean! And you can walk along the seaside to the famous Trou du Diable and discover the Rochers des Cinq Pineaux.
Or why not visit the marshlands on foot, taking the time to carefully observe its flora and its exceptional ecosystem, between fresh water marsh and salt marsh.
Finally, a 600-hectare national forest filled with holm oaks and maritime pines awaits you, with well-maintained paths and picnic tables. Take a stroll through the heart of nature and feel your worries fade away!
Get back to nature, in Saint-Hilaire-de-Riez.