The Cabane Vauban
Focus on the Cabane Vauban? In Carolles, in the Manche, set off in search of the Cabane Vauban. Back in the 17th century, huts in schist and granite were built as observation posts to watch over the bay, under the orders of Louis XIV’s military engineer Vauban and named after him. Set amidst its delightful natural environment, the Cabane Vauban overlooks Granville Bay all the way to the tip of the Cancale headland and offers a magnificent view of Mont-Saint-Michel Bay.
On your programme? A great hike, of course! Discover the sublime scenery as you walk the famous “Customs Path”. Your route begins at Carolles-Plage, simply climb the steps and continue along the clifftop. You’ll pass through the Le Lude Valley; wild, unspoilt and all just for you! The trail is accessible to the whole family and there are plenty of waymarks to keep you on the right track. Don’t wait to come and discover this totally unique spot!