Le Croisic, the Côte Sauvage, the beaches…

At the heart of a stunning natural environment, between the salt marshes and the ocean, sandy beaches, and little coves on the Côte Sauvage, the district of Le Croisic is at the westernmost extremity of the Guérande peninsula, between Brittany and the Pays de la Loire. Along the old customs path which winds its way around Pointe du Croisic, stop to admire stunning landscapes, and let yourself get swept away by the romance and adventure of the ocean.

If you prefer to kick back and relax, head to one of the eleven beaches in Le Croisic, from Port-Lin to Castouillet bay. Amateurs of nautical activities will find plenty to keep them busy with sailing, windsurfing, surfing, kite surfing, diving, and sea fishing.

It runs along the Atlantic coast, from Pointe du Croisic to Pointe de Penchâteau to the south of Le Pouliguen.

The Côte Sauvage

Whether you're a beginner or an expert, seeking thrills and excitement or simply looking to relax on a pleasant boat trip, there's something for you!

Nautical Activities

At the entrance to Le Croisic Port, the Ocearium is one of the largest private French aquariums, with over 4,000 animals.

The Ocearium