Gulf of Morbihan
Pornic, the ideal holiday destination!
For its harbour filled with white sails, its medieval castle that towers over the rooftops, its famous ceramics, its idyllic beaches, its delicious strawberries... There are a thousand and one reasons to stop off in Pornic during your campsite stay in the Loire-Atlantique! As Pornic sparkles in the warm summer sunshine, it’s time to make a visit!
And as for your accommodation there’s no need to worry: your Sandaya campsite has everything in hand. A fully-equipped mobile home for some, a tent, caravan or campervan pitch for others, you’ll be spoilt for choice. As soon as you wake up in the morning, treat yourself to a dip in the heated swimming pool, speed down the waterslide, head off to the nearby beach or work out with a sports session supervised by our staff. There’s no better way to start the day! Then it’s Pornic here you come, and a visit vibrant with colour...
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Visit Pornic with the family
A stroll through the town centre or a trip to the beach? In Pornic you can do both! Begin by heading for La Fraiserie, famous in Pornic for its ice cream, the best in the region! Our advice: enjoy it on the Quai du Commandant l’Herminier for the added pleasure of a gorgeous view towards the Château de Pornic!
The sun’s warming up? Treat yourself to a refreshing dip in the ocean waves with all the family! In Pornic, you’ll find no less than 12 beaches lining the shore. Try the Noëveillard beach, you’ll be certain to find room to spread your towel, even at the height of the season!
Visit Pornic as a couple
Take to the heights when on holiday in Pornic! Hand-in-hand, explore the “upper town” where the picturesque cobbled streets lend themselves perfectly to a romantic stroll together. And there’s no shortage of addresses waiting for you when it’s time to stop for a delicious break!
For a change of direction and a totally different viewpoint set off along the “Customs Path”, a superb coastal walk overlooking the waves at Pornic. The Pêcheries and Sainte-Marie circular walks are both accessible to all and offer a sublime panorama over the ocean. Along the way, take a moment to stop off in one of the many little creeks, each more authentic than the last. Impossible to resist their golden sand, ideal for a lazy moment to relax and unwind!
Camping Pornic: our handy tips for a successful stay
On horseback, by sea kayak or in a quadricycle, there are so many ways to make your visit to Pornic even more entertaining!
To end your meal, what better than a “Curé Nantais”, the famous local cheese that has been made in Pornic for generations!
Your walk along the “Customs Path” will lead you close to the Dolmen de la Joselière, 3,500 years-old no less!
On your way back, don’t forget to stop off in Saint-Michel-Chef-Chef for a box of its delectable biscuits!