Camping Jard-sur-Mer

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Visiting the Côte de Lumière? Then don’t miss the opportunity to discover Jard-sur-Mer, a delightful rural village on the shores of the Bay of Biscay.

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Do you know Jard-sur-Mer?

In south-western Vendée, in the heart of a natural wooded environment that hugs the coast, lies Jard-sur-Mer. A veritable little corner of paradise for all who love nature, culture and beaches of soft fine sand. You’ll adore exploring the marina and discovering the Conchette Mill, the village’s historical monument that offers an unspoilt view across the Atlantic Ocean. With some 350 hectares of forest, trails and tracks to enjoy, you can also visit the Le Payré headland, a fabulous natural site not to be missed. Head right to its tip and soak up the beauty of its exceptional view over the Le Payré estuary, woodlands and Talmont-Saint-Hilaire’s Le Veillon beach.

A family-oriented seaside resort set on the Côte de Lumière, its microclimate means that you can soak up the sunshine and enjoy the beaches that fringe the village all year long.

 

Did you know?

Jard-sur-Mer is home to an architectural gem, listed on the Additional Inventory of Historical Monuments since 1927. The royal abbey of Notre-Dame de Lieu-Dieu was founded in 1198 by Richard the Lionheart, King of England.

 

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You’ll love making the most of every minute of your holiday in Jard-sur-Mer, a lazy stroll through the town centre, shopping in the markets or pulling up a chair at a café or restaurant terrace overlooking the marina. Three times a year, the town organises a triathlon, including the renowned Jard Run Color. This unique 5 kilometre race starts from the marina and is generally held in early summer. The idea couldn’t be simpler, a race, plenty of phosphorescent powder and DJs to give the evening a vibrant buzz. Then there’s “Jard Attractions”, the ideal spot for all ages to have a fabulous time all together. A host of attractions and rides await, from carrousels to bouncy castles, games arcades and funfair coin pushers. And if there’s a beach, there are bound to be watersports; so, with no less than 9 beaches you’re certain to find your favourite whether its surfing, bodyboarding, SUP or one of the many others.

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