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  • 1 Escal' Atlantic Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Boulevard de la Légion-d’Honneur F - 44600 St-Nazaire

    3,700 sq m of the former submarine base are now given over to an exhibition devoted to the legendary age of transatlantic liners including vessels such as the Île de France (1927), Normandie (1927) and France (1962). The tour is designed like a cruis..

  • 2 Panoramic terraces Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 44600 St-Nazaire

    The two panoramic terraces built on the roof of the lock (above the submarine Espadon) and the roof of the submarine base offer the finest views of the Saint Nazaire and Penhoët basin, one of the largest in Europe, as well as over the Loire Estuary. ..

  • 3 STX France Naval shipyards Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Boulevard de la Légion-d’Honneur F - 44600 St-Nazaire

    Thanks to a coach tour you get an idea of the size of these shipyards, formerly known as the Atlantic Shipyards, where several thousand people are employed or work as subcontractors. You can see exceptional ships (such as liners and military ships) a..

  • 4 St Nazaire's Eco-Museum

    Museums and art

    Avenue St-Hubert F - 44600 St-Nazaire

    Here you will find St Nazaire, the port, the naval industries....the icing on the cake is the visit to the Submarine Espadon.

  • 5 Espadon submarine

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Avenue de la Forme-Écluse F - 44600 St-Nazaire

    Built in 1957 at the Augustin-Normand dockyard in Le Havre, the Espadon (Swordfish) was the first French submarine to navigate beneath the polar ice. A tour of its narrow passageways provides an insight into the underwater world of the 70 sailors who..

  • 6 Port of Saint-Nazaire

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    boulevard Paul-Leferme F - 44600 St-Nazaire

    This port was established in 1856 (and massively extended since). Three constructions in particular draw the eye: the Louis JoubertLock (1929-1932); the submarine base built during the Occupation (14 pits with the capacity for 20 submarines); and the..

  • 7 Airbus - Saint-Nazaire

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Boulevard de la Légion-d’Honneur F - 44613 St-Nazaire

    Airbus's second largest production site in France (after Toulouse) with 2 000 employees, St Nazaire specialises in the assembly, fitting and testing of nose and central fuselages for the whole range of Airbus planes, including the A380. You walk abou..

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