Camping near La Baule
Camping Le Moulin de l'Eclis is located just 30 km from La Baule, a charming seaside resort known for its huge sandy beach, its seafront and pine forest, its classified beach villas, its casino and its international jumping. A must stop for your holiday in Brittany Plein Sud !
More informations about La Baule : labaule.fr/en/tourist-office
One of the most beautiful bays in the world!
If La Baule is part of the very select club of the most beautiful bays in the world as the bay of San Francisco and Ha Long in Vietnam, it is not a coincidence! This consecration, La Baule owes its huge beach - the largest in Europe - which extends for about ten kilometers, but also to its remarkable architectural heritage, its iconic pine forest and millenia salt marshes, without forget the wild coast where small secret coves, rocky points and steep cliffs follow each other. This is the perfect setting to spend unforgettable camping holidays!
The beach of La Baule, the most beautiful beach in Europe!
Short walk in the heart of La Baule
Stroll through the historic districts of La Baule and along the avenues lined with softwoods. We discover magnificent Art Deco villas, Art Nouveau, neo-medieval and even more fantastic! Let yourself be charmed by the originality of these historic mansions hidden under the pines, some of which are exceptionally protected. They were built at the time of sea bathing at the end of the 19th century. A few steps away, the Casino district is also home to real architectural treasures such as L'Hermitage, the mythical hotel of La Baule. This Anglo-Norman-style palace, built in record time in 1926, welcomed prestigious guests such as Winston Churchill, Sacha Guitry and Aristotle Onassis. You will also enjoy strolling the market, shopping in the pretty shops of the city center, enjoying an ice cream between visits or eating a pancake after the beach. The real holidays! In the evening, you can come and try your luck at the casino or dine on the terrace of a restaurant with sea view. A beautiful day in perspective!
Did you know?
Under the sand of the dune forest Escoublac are buried the old villages of Escoublac. A cross in the forest also indicates the location of the old town in 1751. Another astonishing fact, until the arrival of the railway Saint-Nazaire / Le Croisic in 1879, La Baule was no man's land lost between the dunes of the beach and the salt marshes. There was only a barracks where a few customs officers were in charge of controlling the salt trade of the peninsula of Guérande ... Hard to imagine nowadays!
Photo credits ©Alexandre Lamoureux