Among the many great things to see and do in the Vendee region of France is the chance to relax and unwind on one or more of the great beaches that you’re sure to find here.
There are loads of spectacular beaches in the region, meaning that the most difficult decision for first-time visitors is choosing where to go.
Of course, your decision is likely to be heavily influenced by the sort of holiday that you’re seeking. So, for instance, if you want to indulge in some water sports, then you’ll find that some beaches are better suited than others.
Anyway, here we’re going to provide a brief guide to two of the top beaches in the region.
Bois de la Chaize
This is, undoubtedly, one of the most picturesque beaches on the island of Noirmoutier.
The idyllic sense is added to by virtue of the bathing huts that hark back to an earlier period in history.
The idle way of reaching this cute beach is either by bike or on foot. And while this may not sound like the perfect solution to some visitors, it does at least provide an opportunity to visit the 19th-century villas that sit among the trees.
La Pege is a curious destination in that, unlike a number of other sites, there is a stark difference in its popularity depending on the season.
This means that during the summer, there are a number of campsites and holiday developments that are extremely busy.
By contrast, the opposite is true during the winter season.
So, head here when the sun is out and enjoy all that it has to offer, including the Atlantic Toboggan, which is essentially a really fun waterslide.
There are, however, plenty of great alternatives, so choose the one that best suits you and head there on your camping holiday in France.
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