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    The salt marshes of Guérande

    Water and salt.

    A remarkable site, the Guérande salt marshes represent both a natural and a historical heritage. Even today, over 200 paludiers, or salt harvesters, gather the salt using millenary methods and know-how. Current techniques date from the ninth century.

    Humans have developed the landscape and the salt marshes cover vast stretches, featuring beautiful arabesques drawn by the basins where salt remains after evaporation. Grey salt and Fleur de Sel from Guérande are known and prized around the world.

    Additional informations

    For information, call the Tourism Office at +33 (0) 2 40 24 96 71 or send an e-mail to

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    For information, call the Tourism Office at +33 (0) 2 40 24 96 71 or send an e-mail to

 
 
    tagged as : Nature & outdoors, Culture & Heritage, 44-Loire-Atlantique, Western Loire, Natural Site