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Between the sea and the salt marshes, Batz-sur-Mer is bordered by Le Croisic, Le Pouliguen, the sea and the salt marshes. These represent its largest surface area. Its four villages follow one another from the town to Le Pouliguen. The salt marsh village of Kervalet is a pleasure for the eyes.


From the town and the village of Kervalet, the most beautiful landscapes of the salt marshes can be discovered.


The 15th century church of Saint-Guénolé is visited by the SPREV in July and August. From the top of its tower, at the end of 184 steps and 70 m. above sea level, the highest point of the Guérande peninsula, you will discover an exceptional panorama of the marshes and, on a clear day, of the islands of Houat, Hoëdic and Noirmoutier.


- Main events: Pardon de Saint-Guénolé, a traditional Breton festival, and the Nuits Salines, a music festival.


- The Grand Blockhaus, a museum on the Saint-Nazaire pocket during the Second World War, is a must-see.

12 Route du Dervin, 44740 Batz-sur-Mer

Opening hours: 10 am to 7 pm

02 40 23 88 29

Price: adults €7.50 (other rates: see website)


- Le Moulin de la Falaise, route du Croisic - 02 40 23 72 46 - ask for opening hours.


- Crêperie Fleur de Sel

42, rue de la chapelle - Village de Kervalet

02 40 91 32 36

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