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Between plains, bocages, marshes and ocean, Vendée is a region of wild landscapes. From the Poitevin marshes to the sandy coastline, the Vendée is a department on the water's edge where it is good to escape as close as possible to nature.

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Heading for Vendée with Talmont-Saint-Hilaire

Between the ocean, bocages and dunes, the Vendée is a large window open to nature. The coastline, from Saint-Hilaire-de-Riez à La Tranche sur Mer, passing through Les Sables d'Olonne, bears the promising name of Côte de lumière.
© J. Lesage Pause Talmont-Saint-Hilaire Le marais poitevin Île d'Yeu Pêche au carrelet Noirmoutier Passage du Gois Bocage vendéen Marais salants Saint-Jean-de-Monts Les Sables d'Olonne

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