We‘ve spent 12 days in the French region "Pays de la Loire" (Land of the Loire, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pays_de_la_Loire) in Le Pouliguen and made trips (by foot or by bike) to Batz-sur-mer, Le Croisic, Guérande and Nantes which is the capital of this region. Here I want to share (and document for myself) photos of the coastal villages of Le Pouliguen, Batz-sur-Mer and Le Croisic. Until the 1950s this part of France belonged to Brittany, and you can see that in the local architecture.
Le Pouliguen (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Pouliguen)
The beach of Le Pouliguen (at low tide)
Some beachfront villas
Old town and church of Le Pouliguen
Some oysters for lunch
The dock and a small channel (between Le Pouliguen and La Baule-Escoublac)
Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Mûrier de Batz-sur-Mer (wiki_chappelle)
Church of Saint-Guénolé (wiki_ChurchSaintGuenole)
You can see the importance of the sea and boats in the church
Le Croisic (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Croisic)
A typical Breton timber-framework house
Church Notre-Dame-de-Pitié du Croisic (wiki_ChurchNotreDame)
Have a great day!