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4 based on 236 reviews
This was a great reward for a long bike ride along the coastal path. You really can't fail to be impressed and it's a great way to show children that art isn't boring. When the tide is out a bit, you can walk out to it and touch the sculpture.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
Set against the sea on one side and grand old residences on the other, this is a perfect place to stroll and people-watch. We stopped on one of the benches and read for a couple hours. Well, actually, we read some and gazed some. Felt refreshed afterwards.
5 based on 2 reviews
ASA is a surf school provide Surf, Bodyboard and Stand Up Paddle's lessons on different Beaches. You can learn how to surf with us in Pornichet, St Marc /mer, St Brevin L'Ocean and Saint Michel Chef Chef. From April to October, you are more than 6 years Old, you are welcome to join us with your family, friends, workmate,etc... to feel yourself free in the ocean Safely
Super activité à faire en famille en solo ou entre amis. Le Spot est magnifique, les animateurs sympas et très compétents. Tout le matériel est prêté
4 based on 125 reviews
LA boutique historique des fameuses galettes St Michel ! Tout a commencé ici même en 1905, venez découvrir la fabuleuse histoire de cette entreprise familiale à travers le temps. Des produits exclusifs, des recettes inédites et vivez une expérience unique au St Michel Café, des madeleines chaudes tout juste sortis du four et à toute heure ! Un vrai régal...
We visited a couple of days ago having seen it here on TA. The smell before you even walk in of cookies and biscuits cooking is divine! There's a lovely little cafe serving drinks and various things to eat. You can also watch a lively little film while you eat about the history and where they are now with the company. It also has English subtitles. The shop sells so many cookies, biscuits, cakes and much more. Having cycled there, we returned to our campsite with a couple of giant cookies before heading back with the car to stock up on all the gifts we needed for friends back home!
4.5 based on 142 reviews
We first travelled the bridge as we drove south to stay in Pornic. We were there again when we visited Saint-Nazaire. The bridge has long approach sections and a high centre section to allow ships to pass beneath. There was a good view of a cruise liner being built for MSC in the shipyards. It will exceed 170,000 tonnes when finished. It is similar to the Normandie Bridge over the Seine but the approaches are much longer. A very attractive bridge indeed.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Not near the pedestrian walk way. Not near the market but more than worth seeking out. Very helpful. They have maps and schedules for the bus. The main bus stop is by the large parking lot near the market.
4 based on 24 reviews
Very good track it's our second visit and safety is taken very seriously. The track is excellent and well looked after and everything is well organised. My teenagers enjoyed it and so did I you were able to see your lap times on the big screens and at the end you can get a sheet with your fastest lap etc.
4 based on 572 reviews
Inside the former submarine base in the harbour of Saint-Nazaire, a hidden treasure lies in store for you. Escal'Atlantic, the ocean liner experience, is a unique interactive visit for the whole family. Audiovisual displays and hands-on activities, display areas inspired by the interiors of ocean liners, 200 authentic objects which were on board liners built in Saint-Nazaire and much more tell the incredible story of the luxurious giants of the oceans.
Wow!! So in the middle of nowhere you will find this gem. A cruise ship within a warehouse disguised as a musuem that hold very big functions. I don't want to spoil the suprises here but if you in the vicinity of his place you have to visit. High tech visual tricks that will leave you thinking, wow!!! The food was great too and a little like the titanic it is easy to get lost.
4 based on 96 reviews
Located in the Palais de Chaillot, this museum documents French naval history.
I visited the Musee de la Marine through the Paris Museum Pass and had a great time. The audio guide is in several languages and was very informative. Learned about the history of the Obelisks and how they came to be in Paris, along with seeing dozens of amazing scale miniatures of all different kinds of boats.
4 based on 618 reviews
The French submarine Espadon ("swordfish" in French) is open to visitors inside the fortified lock of the harbour of Saint-Nazaire. This 78-m long submarine was built in Le Havre and launched in 1958 before taking up service in 1960. During its 25 year long career, the Espadon covered 360,547 nautical miles, i.e. the equivalent of 17 times the circumference of the earth! Welcome for an audioguided tour, available in French, English, German and Spanish.
We visited the submarine with our 12 year-old son. The submarine is well-presented, with the audioguide really informative and enjoyable.
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