The Vendean marshes to visit around the camping les Places Dorées
When we talk about “the Vendée”, some people automatically think of this department located in the Loire countries. Well, they’re right. As for others, they think of the Vendée Globe, famous campsites or the “Puy du Fou”. Again, the answers are good. But the Vendée is not just that.
Indeed, when it comes to tourism, it is clear that the department of the Vendée is naturally equipped with several assets that make it a beautiful destination. The Vendean marshes are one of these assets. They help to forge the region’s seaside tourism.
For those who are still hesitating and who wonder: “What to do in Vendée? this article is for you. Discover the beautiful surprises that the Vendean marshes located around the camping Les Places Dorées have in store for you.
The “Marô” is none other than the local name that is attributed to the “Breton marsh Vendéen”. It is a marsh present in vendée, but also in the Loire-Atlantique. It should be noted, however, that 90% of this marsh is located on the Vendéen territory. This marsh is made up of wetlands. It is estimated that their area is estimated at at least 4,500 hectares.
There are several good reasons why you will visit this marsh.
At first, there is the richness of wildlife. You can observe different animal species that live there in complete freedom. Every year, in the winter season, the Marô welcomes no less than 45,000 birds. During walks, you can see insects and amphibians landing on the surface of the marsh.
Freshwater fishare also found. In order to protect and preserve endangered species, fishing is permitted, but fish will have to be released back into the water. In the Marô, it’s not just birds, insects or fish. Indeed, we note the presence of several mammals such as: otters, water rats, voles … to name a few.
Secondly, the landscapes offered by the Marô are peaceful and beautiful. In addition, there is a beautiful diversity of landscapes in the marsh. Therefore, once you are there, you do not see the time pass so much you are captivated by the beauty of the place.
In a third phase, the Breton marsh Vendée is officially recognized as a protected territory. Thus, it enjoys several protection statutes that allow it to effectively preserve the fauna and flora that are present there.
Le Perrier: in the heart of the Vendean marsh
The Perrier is none other than one of the towns of St-Jean de Monts. Its particularity comes from the fact that it is located in the heart of the Vendean marsh. So you feel like you’re on an island. Because of its proximity to this marsh, the Perrier enjoys several advantages that are all arguments in its favor in the context of a tourist visit.
Starting from the Perrier, we give ourselves the chance to discover the Vendean marsh in several ways.
Exploring the Vendean marsh
First, it is possible to explore by bike. Thanks to the carts and the stretchers, visitors can easily explore part of the marsh. Then there is the discovery on foot. To make this possible, many marsh trails have been marked. In addition, by using these trails, it is possible to come across breeders and their farm animals.
And finally, there is the possibility to move on the marsh. To do this, you will have to rent a boat. This option allows you to see, as closely as possible, the aquatic flora and fauna.
In the end, the Vendean marshes around the “Golden Places” campsite are full of nice surprises for visitors. Notwithstanding this major fact, there are other fun activities in the Vendée: