POINTE DE L’AIGUILLON
To the north of the Baie de l'Aiguillon, this sandy point was once a protection for ships. A real break between the marsh and the sea, the dunes cohabit with the mudflats and salt meadows. The Pointe de l'Aiguillon is at the heart of a major migratory route, and over 400,000 migratory birds are seen here every year.
From April to August, be on the lookout: the long-necked gravelot breeds on the beach. To protect the eggs and broods, please walk DOWN the beach.
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