Since a few years in Vendée, much effort has been made to ensure that visitors are welcomed in the best possible way. O’Gliss Park is already one of the most seductive water parks in the world. Of the hexagon. Not to mention the Puy du Fou which was voted best amusement park in the world, nothing but that!
Yes, if the Vendée boasts a beautiful and still preserved coastline that is enough to attract nature lovers, it has created a real dynamic to meet the ever-increasing demands of tourists. An example is striking; With more than 1,000 kilometers of bike paths, the Vendée simply has the most important French department network.
At Domaine de l’Orée, a campsite at the start of the cycle pist at Les Sables d’Olonne, we realize how all these efforts have paid off. Indeed, when people enjoy so much freedom, it is difficult for them to go see elsewhere. Happiness is read on their faces as soon as they straddle their bicycles at the exit of the campsite to join the cycle pist that allow to discover the country of Sables d’Olonne otherwise.
To find out more about this campsite with bike pist in Les Sables d’Olonne, I invite you to visit their website www.l-oree.com, unless you prefer to call them by phone on 02 51 33 10 59.