Saint Hilaire de Riez
La Corniche’s caves and creeks in the Vendée make some people think of the Amorican wild coastline. Its three kilometres of cliffs carved out by the ocean’s attacks have given the creeks fearful names: “The Torn Rock”, “Chaos”, “The Five Watchmen” and the most famous of all, “The Devil’s Hole” which attracts numerous onlookers in stormy weather.
With your salt worker guide, enter the wonderful world of salt and learn how to collect salt.
Take the family to visit the Bourrine du Bois Juquaud museum in the heart of a natural site. It is a traditional home in the Breton marsh with numerous outbuildings. There are guided tours every day in July and August.