House Polders: Discover the fascinating history of these lands conquered by man on sea farming. Arranged in a 17th century building, the House of Polders offers a museum space consisting of models, interactive displays and a projection space. On the ground floor a temporary showroom and shop are open access. Upstairs, find the museum space dedicated to polders and richness of the Bay: the story of the first traces of human occupation, strikes, dams, land reclamation and salt. From April to September, many activities are proposed to soak up the heritage land and sea
Chappe Telegraph: Rehabilitated by the Community of Communes, it is the only copy of Britain whose mechanism has been completely renovated. Invented in the late 18th century and named after its inventor, Claude Chappe, this communication system allow air to send signals to military and government long distances in just a few hours. Saint-Marcan built in 1799 on top of a mountain, it shows a device that disappeared were hundreds throughout France. From April to September, a facilitator guide to discover the fascinating history of aerial telegraphy and manipulate the mechanism.