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Pierre & Vacances Residence La Baie des Sables, Les Sables-d'Olonne, Vendée

Pierre & Vacances Residence La Baie des SablesPierre & Vacances Residence La Baie des Sables

This beach-facing 4-floor residence with lift is located in a residential quarter near the harbour and only 50m from the main beach, in the Vendée region of France. Pierre & Vacances Residence La Baie des Sables is also situated close to the shops and a supermarket, which is very handy when staying in self-catering family accommodation.

What to Expect:
  • Beach < 1km
  • Cots
  • Family rooms
  • Farm animals
  • Great for babies
  • Great for teens
  • Great for toddlers
  • Outdoor play area
  • Outdoor pool


71 Apartments. Studio apartment for 4 persons In all apartments: Small kitchen with hotplates, refrigerator, oven, dishwasher and electric coffee-maker, Bathroom with bath/shower and toilet, Television (paying), Loggia with garden furniture.


Water Sports Centre, Horse-riding, Tennis, Gol, fGo-Carting / Quad, Thalassotherapy Centre (2 km). Zoo, Beaches.

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The "Port Olona" yachting marina: the start and finish for the round the world non-stop "Vendée Globe" race as from 1989, and the fishing port (eighth largest in France). Two districts must be seen: Ile de Penotte, a picturesque old quarter in the town centre with pedestrian alleys and façades decorated with shells by a local artist. Also, the Chaume quarter, where the city originated, is the fishermen’s district. Worth seeing: the Place Sainte Anne, a magnificent trompe-l’œil fresco. There are many monuments worth visiting, such as the "Halles Centrales", which now house the food market, Notre-Dame de Bon Port Church, and Saint Nicolas’ Priory, today a venue for meetings and cultural events. A number of museums: "Musée de l’Abbaye de Sainte Croix" (collection of modern and contemporary French art), "Musée de la Mer" and the "Musée du Coquillage": unique of its kind in Europe, with its 35,000 tropical shells, corals and shellfish. The "Jardin des Salines": from this protected site retracing the history of salt over the ages, you can watch wading birds nesting in the marshes.

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