Pierre & Vacances Port-Bourgenay Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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PS a very scary night. We were all awoken by a howling creature and we were so scared until it went away!! So after a disturbed night we woke to clear skies, very cold air and a clear sky. We got away early -8.45 to take a advantage of the forecast good weather. With 30 miles under our belts by lunch time we had crossed the last of the Marais. We sunbathed by the sea and had a special treat of endive with our bread cheese and tomato. And then back in the saddle ...
A fast day of making the most of the sunny weather. 54 miles has brought us to another rough camping spot just beyond the beach at St Jean. A great view of Sables d'Olonne along the shore line, then Marais, then miles of sandy beaches bathed ...
... at the local betting shop/bar we we're put in touch with a chamber d'hôtel with vacancies for 4 cyclists and two tandems. Sadly they weren't serving evening meals so we had to find a restaurant to eat before coping with our night at the chamber. I can report we have survived the meal and are now just off to bed after shower. Roll on tomorrow. Ps today's wildlife find was 4 deer. Sleep we'll folks, more news ...
... tiny back roads wending throughout. We stopped in the town of Arcais to watch the canal boats, manned by 'polers' rather like the Venetian gondoliers!
We then skirted around the city of La Rochelle on the Atlantic coast and took the massive toll-bridge to Ile de Re, famed for its sandy beaches and water sports. The bridge was a work of art, ...
After a quiet night on the campsite we enjoyed hot showers and a quick breakfast before setting off along the sea front - another varied seashore of sandy beaches with surfers and swimmers, sand dunes, rocky islands and busy port of Sable d'Olonne. The highlight was a stop at a restaurant for a 3 course meal, languatines, sea bass and rum baba - yum yum. A couple of days to La Rochelle ...