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  • 1 Océarium Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    av. de St-Goustan F - 44490 Le Croisic

    This museum enables you to observe aquaculture, as well as temperate and tropical water sea beds. The ocean is presented to you via 700,000 l of sea water (including a 300,000-l basin, crossed by an 11-m long tunnel) and more than 1,000 sea specimens..

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  • 3 Port of Le Croisic

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    quai Grande-Chambre F - 44490 Le Croisic

    The quayside, which extends for over a kilometre, is lined by 17C houses, most of which are embellished with wrought-iron balconies, highlighting the success of the town's merchants in bygone days. The port area is sheltered to the west by the 850m-l..

  • 4 Hôtel d'Aiguillon

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    3 pl. Donatien-Lepré F - 44490 Le Croisic

    Alexandre Dumas wrote that D'Artagnan once stayed in this impressive 17C mansion.

  • 5 N.-D. de Pitié Church

    Religious buildings

    pl. Donatien-Lepré F - 44490 Le Croisic

    The 56-m tall, 17C campanile of this strange 15C and 16C church overlooks the port. The church interior has a short nave with a flat apse, and is given light by a Flamboyant bay window and three aisles.

  • 6 Mont-Esprit

    Nature and gardens

    r. des Poilus F - 44490 Le Croisic

    This 30-m high artificial hill was created by ballast from ships loading salt, from 1814 to 1816. Its name originates from a distortion of «lest pris» («ballast taken»). From the top of the tower, you can see salterns and Batz Island to the East or L..

  • 7 Mont-Lénigo

    Nature and gardens

    quai Lénigo F - 44490 Le Croisic

    First, this small mound was a ballast depot, on which trees were planted in 1761. From here, you can see views of Le Tréhic harbour and jetty (850 m long) or Pen Bron dyke (1724) and its Marine Centre. A monument sculpted by René Paris, in 1919, is a..

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