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    Ile d'Yeu

    Far from the continent, closer to paradise.

    The île d’Yeu, an island in the Atlantic Ocean, the furthest from the French coast, reveals its splendid richness to walkers and cyclists.
    The wild coast is classified as a "nature site", has steep cliffs overlooked by a formidable defensive fortress: the old castle overhangs fine sand beaches bordered by pines and milky-coloured houses.
    In the green marshland, the willows, reeds, blackthorns all mix...

    Blossoming all year round, a wealth of scented flowers: daffodils, carnations and an impressive array of orchids.
    The marine, however, is not outdone with 200 varieties of algae and a swarm of marine animals as well as birds: conger, spider crab, garfish, kingfisher, warbler…

    Additional informations

    For more information, contact the Office of Tourism on + 33 (0)2 51 58 32 58