Welcome to Thomas & Jean-Marie
Sea, sand and a warm welcome: our recipe for the perfect holiday!
Here at La Guichardière you’re sure to enjoy our heated pool and busy programme of activities. Further afield, you can explore the Loire estuary, the Pont de Saint-Nazaire and the characteristic fishing huts on stilts. Alternatively, stroll around the fishing port and marina at La Gravette or take a dip in the sea from the beach at La Plaine-sur-Mer, famed for its delicious mussels. Or perhaps you would prefer to find your own supper by trying your hand at the local art of beach gleaning… Bon appétit!
The sandy beach (with fishing area) just 300m from the campsite
The leafy pitches separated by real hedges
The cycle/footpath which starts from the campsite
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Beach (0,4 km)
Heated outdoor pool
Free WiFi dedicated zone
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Restaurant and Snack bar
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Mister Flower Club
Rental accommodation accessible to people with reduced mobility
Visit the medieval town of Pornic where the old town and château, set high on a cliff top, tower over the fishing port below.
Try one of the guided “seafood discovery” walks organised by the local Tourist Office. Basket in hand, learn the ins and outs of responsible fishing and how to identify local shellfish and crustaceans.
Just 300m from the campsite, explore the coastal paths of the Jade Coast including the Pointe Saint Gildas headland, a much prized holiday destination complete with coastguard tower, fishing village, sailing school and jet-ski centre. Another must-see attraction is Planète Sauvage safari park with its 150 different animal species.
From the campsite take a walk or bike ride along the old Sentier des Douaniers coastal path and explore the Côte Sauvage and its wonderful landscapes at your own pace.
A day-long itinerary taking in Saint-Nazaire and its submarine base, the lovely bay at La Baule, the salt marshes of Le Croisic and finally La Brière Nature Reserve with a stop in the village of Kerhinet.
Thomas and Jean-Marie promise a warm welcome at La Guichardière, a campsite set in lovely countryside on the Atlantic Coast close to the town of Pornic. Located on the Vélocéan Cycle Route, you’ll find a number of cycle paths close to the campsite, ideal for exploring the region and taking the clean, sea air. You can also stroll around the port of La Gravette, explore the huge rocky plateau nearby and sunbathe on the fine sandy beaches. In short, whether you fancy a challenging cycle ride or a gentle stroll, it’s up to you! And cyclists are assured a bike-friendly welcome: the site was awarded France’s “Accueil vélo” status in 2015.
Located just 300m from the Atlantic coast on the edge of the town of Pornic, La Guichardière is the ideal spot for fans of fishing and beach gleaning. Enjoy a traditional seaside holiday and learn how to fish just a few metres from the campsite or spend your days playing and sunbathing on the fine sandy beaches of the Atlantic coast. There’s also plenty to keep you busy on site, where you’ll find all you need for a fun afternoon of fishing for all the family. Come for the annual Fête de la Pêche fishing week and learn about the joys of beach gleaning from the members of a local club.