Discover the campsite
Discover the region
During your stay at Le Perrier, you'll discover the Marais Breton Vendéen, Le Mâro, a surprising landscape criss-crossed by water and fields. Let yourself be guided along the "étiers" (characteristic channels of fresh, salt or brackish water) and discover the typical biodiversity of this marsh, shaped by the hand of Man. Heritage, gastronomy, walking, cycling, yachting or horse-riding... there's something for everyone! Enjoy your stay in the Vendée!
Let yourself be tempted by the 22 fine sandy beaches in the Saint Jean de Monts area. They're real gems. How can you resist such a choice of little paradises? Coves, large stretches of fine sand, busy urban beaches and wild, secluded beaches. You're sure to find a place to put your towel down on one of them.
- Walks in the marsh
Whether on foot, bike, sailing boat or horseback, there's something for everyone! Follow the signposted itineraries to discover the nuances of the landscape, its fauna and flora and the history of the men and women who live there.
- The Islands
With family or friends, discover the most beautiful landscapes on the islands of Yeu and Noirmoutier.
The Marais Breton Vendéen offers a wide range of activities linked to the sea: sailing, sea fishing, sea kayaking, scuba diving, surfing... but also more terrestrial activities such as tree climbing, mini-golf...
- Le Daviaud
A true gateway to the Marais, Le Daviaud is both a conservatory and a place to discover a remarkable natural area and an architectural heritage representative of the traditional habitat of the marsh. Its collection of over 900 everyday objects, some of which are on display, is the finest testimony to this.
- The Salt Marsh
The Marais Breton in the Vendée was once the leading supplier of salt in France, and this "white gold" has shaped the marsh landscape since the Bronze Age. Many salt-makers continue to use the same techniques to produce good quality salt.
- The Gois
A must-see during your stay is the Passage du Gois, the mythical road under the sea linking the island of Noirmoutier to Beauvoir sur Mer! Its characteristic feature attracts the curious: several times a day, to the rhythm of the tides, the cobblestones of the Passage du Gois are submerged by the sea. For the more adventurous, a race against the sea is organised every year on the passage!