France - Atlantic Coast (Chapter)
This is the Atlantic Coast chapter from Lonely Planet’s France guidebook.
The Atlantic Coast is the place to slow right down and get back to nature. Plus, the region’s exceptional wine is famous worldwide, and to accompany it you’ll find ocean-fresh seafood and regional delicacies including crêpes, snails and foie gras.
- tour the dramatically floodlit buildings and monuments making up the world’s largest Unesco-listed urban area in central Bordeaux
- admire the views from the summit of the Dune du Pilat, Europe’s highest sand dune
- ride a three-storey, 60-tonne mechanical elephant in Nantes
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Upper Atlantic Coast, Nantes, Central Atlantic Coast, Poitiers & around, Marais Poitevin, La Rochelle, Île de Ré, Cognac & around, Lower Atlantic Coast, Bordeaux, St-Émilion and Arcachon & around.
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