Getting to put your feet in Noirmoutier is synonymous with an exotic vacation. The Atlantic Ocean rocked this island Pays de la Loire, which, I assure you, is one of the most beautiful on the Atlantic coast. Sea Mills, mossy forests, hidden coves, small harbors and boats whitewashed old will be part of the landscape. It's truly a precious site. Noirmoutier is actually a small peninsula that juts into the ocean. Along its sometimes rocky shores there are 50 kilometers of sandy beaches. It is known as "the beautiful Dutch" because two thirds of its territory is below sea level. It has been united to the mainland by a bridge since 1971. But it is much more interesting to get to Noirmoutier from over Gois, a stretch of land that connects from the 17th century and has been isolated due to the ocean's tides. There are 4 kms of road, suitable for circulation, serving as passage if the sea permits. It is a curiosity worth seeing. The island of Noirmoutier is a paradise of salt, oysters, sandy beaches, mimosas and sun. The colors seem to leap to life here. Noirmoutier has a real spark to it. I know you'll fall in love with it!
If you like sailing, do not miss the Regata del Bosque de la Chaize. Every year, between 100 and 150 sailors compete in an exciting race in la Chaise forest. A wonderful environment where you can enjoy watching one of the great Atlantic nautical regattas. A special show seems a majestic ballet on water at full sail. The climate of Pays de la Loire makes this area is one of the best to for sports like this. Here the wind never fails. The reputation of this impressive career over the ocean is the perfect excuse to get close to enjoy the west coast of France. The races usually last three days and are held at the end of August. Each issue features a central theme and musical playful animations so liveliness is guaranteed!