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Guide of Pays de la Loire

Tourism, holidays & weekends in Pays de la Loire

Guide of Pays de la Loire - Tourism, holidays & weekends in Pays de la Loire

With a 450-kilometre long coastline offering sandy beaches, famous seaside resorts, cliffs and rocky coves, the region of Pays de la Loire will enchant the fans of relaxation and sports activities, but also all those who love wild scenery. The region's countryside is a paradise for walkers and those who love architecture, with the royal river banks, the megalithic heritage, the historical monuments and the cities of Art and History.

Guide of Pays de la Loire


The Loire-Atlantique is home to the city of Nantes and its fantastic architecture, the Guérande peninsula and its salt marshes, and the Brière Regional Nature Park with its charming thatched cottages.


The cities of Angers and Saumur with their rich built heritage, the sumptuous chateaux of the Loire valley and the famous Fontevraud abbey are some of the opportunities on offer to visitors of the Maine-et-Loire.


Mixing nature and traditions, the Mayenne offers plenty for those who love the countryside, including its Romanesque churches, its castles and its floral villages.


The Sarthe offers visitors the historic and artistic heritage of the city of Le Mans, as well as also rural excursions in Perche Sarthois and in the Sarthe valley.


Famous for its Atlantic coast lined with seaside resorts and long sandy beaches great for relaxation, the Vendée is also well know for its salt marshes on the Noirmoutier island and the Vendée Globe, a solo sailing race around the world.