In the Loire-Atlantique region, the ‘route bleue’ or ‘blue road’ connects the south, with its Breton marshlands that spill over into the Vendée region, and the north, with the towns of Saint-Nazaire, la Baule and Guérande. If you leave this road via Saint-Nazaire bridge, you will find yourself on the Pointe Saint Gildas peninsula.
La Renaudière campsite is located at the heart of this peninsula and therefore offers a wide range of beaches close by.
Your best bet for exploring is probably to hop on a bike and plunge right into the unspoilt maritime nature around you. All the beaches are fine sand beaches and they are all different, meaning there’s something for everyone!
Vast beaches, small creeks, or rocky beaches on the Côté Sauvage: the choice is yours, depending on whether you want to lie back and relax or have a go at maritime life and gather some shellfish when the tide is right!
Mouton beach near the campsite
The boats near Mouton beach near Pornic
Path towards La Pointe Saint-Gildas beach in south Brittany
Sailing at La Pointe Saint-Gildas in the Loire-Atlantique region
Walking trails along the French Atlantic Coast near the campsite
Horse rides on the coast near Pornic (south Brittany)
Fisherman’s hut on Joalland beach near Pornic
Fine sand beach near La Renaudière campsite (Pornic region)
Unspoilt coast in South Brittany near La Renaudière campsite
L’Etang beach near La Plaine-sur-Mer in the Loire-Atlantique region
Discover the beautiful coasts of the Côte Sauvage (French Atlantic)
The smuggler’s path along the coast near Préfailles
Our coastal region boasts some beautiful fine sand beaches, to enjoy the summer sun by the Atlantic ocean.
During your holiday, make the most of a range of water sports and beach sports with something for campers of all ages!
This stretch of what we call the 'Jade Coast' is also full of beaches and creeks that are ideally suited for a spot of shore fishing!.
We remain at your disposal for any further information to help you better plan your holiday.