Photographs of the Marais Breton Vendée - 2

Realization of a professional photo report on the Marô, Marais Breton Vendéen, between Loire-Atlantique and Vendée

Breton marsh photographer

With its 45,000 hectares of wetlands, the Marais Breton Vendéen extends its territory, from the north of the Vendée coast to the south of the Loire-Atlantique coast.

Today, the Marô (Marais Breton Vendéen) has recently been labeled Ramsar as an area of ​​international importance.

With privileged access to the islands of Yeu and Noirmoutier, the Marais Breton Vendéen meanders along the Vendée coast and the bay of Bourgneuf.

landscape photographer

In history, the Marais Breton was the border delimiting the passage from Brittany to Poitou, it gained in passing the additional designation of Vendéen, because its lands are located almost entirely in Vendée (90%).

Biodiversity photographer

The Marô cultivates its originality as a particular area by offering an immersion in the middle of an intact and active nature. Whatever the season, the biodiversity and preservation of the Marais Breton Vendéen make it its brand image.

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