The Baie de Bourgneuf, formerly known as the Baie de Bretagne, borders the departments of Vendée and Loire-Atlantique. This maritime area is part of the Natura 2000 network.
Natura 2000 is a network of natural sites hosting rare and threatened animal and plant species and habitats. The aim of Natura 2000 sites is to reconcile the preservation of biodiversity with activities. The Ramsar Convention recognises wetlands of international importance. Its aim is the conservation and sustainable use of the world's wetlands.
Sea fishing trip
Discover sea fishing with professionals who will take you to exceptional locations for an unforgettable experience. Board theAdmiral des Côtes with Sandy Potier, fisherman, to enjoy open sea fishing and sailing in the Baie de Bourgneuf. Whether you're a novice or an enthusiast, the pleasures of fishing are yours to enjoy!
Do you know about polders?
Reclaimed from the ocean by dyking, the polders of the Baie de Bourgneuf were developed at the end of the 18th century. The polders vary greatly in appearance, and can be made up of salt water or clear water, allowing the farmers to work the land. oyster farmers to refine their oysters. After drying out for several years, wheat, barley and faba beans can now be grown.