Take advantage of your stay at the campsite to discover the island that inspired Hergé and the adventures of Tintin on the Black Island.
On disembarking in Port-Joinville, L’île d’Yeu offers you a variety of landscapes that will delight nature lovers: hedgerows, long beaches and coastal dunes, paths lined with maritime pines, wild coastlines and sharp cliffs.
Watch the boats return to the wharf loaded with sea bass, hake, sea bream, sole fish and turbot.
On the land side, the marshlandss are home to over 200 species of bird (passerines, migratory birds, penguins, northern gannets…) that you can observe in their natural habitat.
During a bike ride along the marked itineraries of the island, discover small, white sandy coves with low, picturesque houses with tiled roofs and colourful walls.
In the summer season, L’île d’Yeu becomes a place of heightened activity in terms of events for all the family: folkloric shows, sea supper, regattas, concerts, beach volleyball tournaments, open air cinema and more.