Discover the best top things to do in La-Baule-Escoublac, France including Parc des Dryades, Medieval walled town of Guerande, Confiserie Mignon, Biscuiterie Saint-Guenole, Esplanade Benoit, Musee des Marais Salants, Office de Tourisme de Pornichet, CNBPP, Terre De Sel, Office de Tourisme La Baule.
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4.5 based on 69 reviews
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This moated medieval village is worth a visit. Beautiful square and church. Great shops and cafes and restaurants. Spend a day strolling around and take in the beauty. On the Brittany coast in the Briere Park. South are the famous salt flats. Loved it and the people are great!
4 based on 97 reviews
Maison historique sur la Promenade du port... Que des bons produits qui font du bien... Les fameuses niniches avec une collection de parfums impressionnante, souvent faites sur place devant vous (à voir! Pour les petits comme pour les grands), les gaufres avec une pâte légèrement citronnée, et les fameuses glaces dans leur cornet maison (à privilégier), légèrement parfumé à la fleur d'oranger.
Une remarque cependant, la recette du cornet maison a l'air d'avoir changé, et le petit goût salé a disparu... C'est décevant, et nous recommandons au propriétaire de revenir à son ancienne recette qui avait plus de saveur!
4.5 based on 175 reviews
Not a Custard Cream or a Hob-Nob to be found. Call yourselves a biscuiterie? Where's the Penguins?! Tunnocks Wafers?! Jaffa Cakes? Pathetic.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Our kids asked to stay at the beach. It was not bad, but in Ccarnac it was more lively and water was a bit warmer. It was more fun for adults when we walked side streets - many nice villas.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
A museum well worth its salt ! This original and colourful world a unique opportunity to combine a feast for the eyes with the discovery of a region and its heritage steeped in the history of salt.
A lot more interesting than you might expect a "Salt Museum" to be! We had seen the salt flats which surround this area, as well as the salt on sale everywhere and wondered how it was produced. The museum collection is very well put together,covering different production methods from around the world and is very informative. I was pleased to see that my part of the world (Cheshire, UK) was included on the map of salt areas of the world! I especially liked the films (many with English subtitles) and the section on the way of life of the salt workers.
4 based on 109 reviews
Having travelled from the U.K, arriving in Pornichet to find our accommodation with nothing more than an address and postcode, after an hour and a half of futile searching we visited the tourist information, the lady behind the counter spoke far better English than my...MoreHello, Thank you for your comment on our service. We are really happy to have been helpful. Have a good day and see you soon in Pornichet.
5 based on 17 reviews
Finalmente un grande centro di vela, ben organizzato, con strutture ed attrezzatura ottimali, varie tipologie di imbarcazioni x ogni esigenza di apprendimento: dai catamarani ai laser-pico, dagli optimist - nella variante "optilene", con timone permanente e basculante) agli Equipe ... insomma un range adatto alla situazione dei luoghi ed ai bambini in età evolutiva (9/13).
Un grande scaletto di cemento dolcemente degradante e "lavorato" antisdrucciolo nella parte finale x un varo/alaggio semplice e senza problemi anche x i più piccoli, grazie anche ai trolley ben rapportati alle dimensioni (e pesi) dei vari tipi di scafo... il tutto in una baietta ridossata, in fregio alla grande baia sabbiosa di La Baule.
Un plauso particolare al gruppo degli istruttori, capaci, competenti e con un approccio "mirato" alla piccola utenza ... mi è capitato di assistere ad un'uscita di ben 3 pulman di bambini (oltre 50) con 6 gommoni ed altrettanti istruttori: nessuna sbavatura, nessun contrattempo, tutto perfettamente coordinato e gestito, certo, le condizioni meteo-marine erano ottimali ... ma la qualità si "annusa" subito ... Eppoi è meritorio x un circolo velico investire così tanto in promozione e cultura sportiva ... da imitare!
4 based on 744 reviews
I didn't go into this actual establishment but rather drove around and stopped off at various locations and watched the salt being made. Various vans sell the produce from the pool directly along the roadside. I came back at dawn the following morning to get some photos of the sky reflected in the various square pool/fields for great images!!
4 based on 120 reviews
The Tourist Office of La Baule welcomes you Monday to Saturday: from 10am to 12.30am and from 2pm to 6pm.
As with most of the Office De Toursime in France, the staff were extremely helpful and knowledgeable. Although we always like to practice our French, the staff here spoke very good English. We were given very precise information regarding cycling routes to attractions in the...MoreGood morning, thanks a lot for your comment. It's always a pleasure to give the best information, in french or in a different language. We will be happy to meet you again in La Baule : one of the most beautiful bays in the World.
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