- In the heart of Vendée
- Between Puy du Fou and Sables-d'Olonne
- Two private ponds for fishing and labeled fishing accommodation
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Private fishing ponds
Two private fishing ponds are available for beginners or passionate fishermen. You will enjoy the no-kill activity while respecting animal life. Barbed hooks are indeed prohibited. This practice makes it possible to maintain the population of all aquatic fauna, as well as the spawning area developed on the edge of the large pond.
A landmark for carp
These bodies of water are the landmark of carp and the ideal place to recharge your batteries in the heart of nature. They seek oxygen and freshness in the morning and late evening to feed on the edge of the pond. In our large pond of 3 hectares, some carp reach a very respectable weight, with a record at 18 kilos! At the heart of the second pond of about 1,8 hectares, you will find smaller fish, such as roach or white fish.
A fishing license is not required. Camping Campilo. Fishing rights are de facto granted to residents of the camping. External members who have previously paid a fishing right also have access. A maximum of 3 lines are authorized per location. Two must be dedicated to carp. The third must be hand-held from the banks, and fitted with a float.
A sworn person is authorized to control the exercise of fishing on the ponds. It can confiscate equipment left unattended.
- It is possible to fish all year round, from sunrise to sunset.
- Night fishing is prohibited.
- The use of a bait boat is prohibited.
- It is strictly forbidden to cut the tails of fish or practice any other form of marking.
Fishing in the river or lake
If you prefer to practice river and lake fishing, there are many possibilities available to you. For these sites, you will need to bring a fishing license, available from a dealer or on the website of the Fishing Federation.
- Yon River
- Moulin Papon and its 108 hectares of lake in La Roche-sur-Yon
- Lake Graon
- Plessis Bergeret lake
- Sorin-Finfarine and Marillet lakes
Stroll in the Poitevin marshes
Straddling three departments, Le Marais Poitevin extends over an area of more than 100 hectares. From the Baie de l'Aiguillon to its heart called the Green Venice, the marsh is criss-crossed by a multitude of canals. They are as many ways of exploration thanks to the walks in punts, the traditional boats. You will be able to alternate between walking and discovering along the water.
Loops and trails
Many pedestrian loops on marked trails allow you to explore this magnificent territory. Most of the trails do not present any major difficulty. Walking is certainly the best way to approach nature as closely as possible. Paradise for wildlife, keep your eyes open and listen, you will see migratory birds, otters and nutria, but also a very rich flora.
In the marshes and vineyards, through the Vendée countryside or by the sea, bike rides are a pure delight.
La Vélo Francette, a 600 kilometer cycle route, starts in Normandy and ends in La Rochelle, passing through the Poitevin marshes. This route is like the Vendée. A mixture of architectural heritage of towns and villages, and diverse and varied landscapes.
Cycling and slow tourism
The Tourist Office also offers Vél'O days. They combine bike rides in the Poitevin marshes, and flat rides, the traditional marsh boat. Other walks, focused on slow tourism, also mix nature, culture and discovery of the land.
Through the Green Venice
Criss-cross the Poitevin marshes and especially its heart, the Green Venice, in complete peace of mind. Browse its towpaths in the shade of poplars. In this still virgin and wild area, the fauna and flora are still preserved. The Marais Poitevin region is also a wine region. Many circuits will allow you to take a break to taste the wines of the region. Do not leave the Marais Poitevin without having visited one of the exceptional Romanesque abbeys, the abbey of Maillezais or that of Nieul sur l'Autise. Discover the Vendée Middle Ages.
Walk in Les Sables d'Olonne
Finally, the bravest can pedal a little more and reach, in about two hours, Les Sables d'Olonne, the mythical city of the Vendée Globe.
Les Sables d'Olonne
Les Sables d'Olonne, the mythical town of the Vendée Globe, also offers lovers of history and architecture something to marvel at.
- The Museum of the Abbey of Sainte-Croix is a superb XNUMXth century priorye century. All in sobriety and simplicity, it is a must of its kind. Installed in this former priory, the museum of modern and contemporary art presents its collections of modern and contemporary art. You will also find collections of ethnology and archeology there.
- Saint-Nicolas Priory of XIe century
- Arundel Tower, an old castle whose construction dates back to the XNUMXthe century
- The Big Casino, built according to the plans of Gustave Eiffel
- The Seashell Museum presents an incredible diversity of exotic shells that transport the visitor to a magical world.
Museum of Popular Traditions
In Olonne-sur-Mer, the Museum of Popular Traditions is housed in the former XNUMXth century municipal school.e century. He thus tells the daily life of the inhabitants of the Pays d'Olonne at the beginning of the XNUMXth century.e century. Several exhibition halls lead visitors into the history of traditional crafts, costumes, seaside activities, rural housing and a classroom.
Automobile Museum of Vendée
If you are a car lover, go to the Automobile Museum of Vendée in Talmont-Saint-Hilaire. It brings together a collection of more than 200 vehicles. Automobiles, cycles, motorcycles and horse-drawn vehicles of 45 brands are presented. From steam cars to futuristic prototypes, it's a real journey through time.
The Dragonfly Museum
The Dragonfly Museum of Chaille-sous-les-Ormeaux offers a fine example of the biodiversity of our region. Over 400m2 of exhibitions and in a garden of 10 m2, discover the dragonfly and its environment, the Yon Valley. Laid out with respect for the local fauna and flora, you will thus discover the richness of the local biodiversity.