Considered as one of the hundred most beautiful villages in France, Mornac-sur-Seudre is one of the essential stops for holidaymakers staying in Charente-Maritime. Located on the left bank of the Seudre, this medieval village of about 800 inhabitants belongs to the “Stone and water villages” network. Long devoted to fishing, the commune now lives mainly from oyster farming and salt from its marshes. At the bend of an alley, you will see the massive tower of the church Saint-Pierre, a Romanesque church whose construction began in XIe century. Mornac also houses a beautiful fortified castle and halls that were once a very lively fairground.
Book your campsite holiday near Mornac Sur Seudre
Campsite closed to Mornac Sur Seudre
If you are looking for a mobile home to rent near Mornac sur Seudre for a short or long stay, a holiday with a couple, family or friends, quickly discover the accommodation of the 3 star campsite Les Pins (12 minutes by car from Mornac). You will thus be able to visit in complete freedom this small oyster farming and craft village typical of Charente Maritime.
If you would like more information about renting camping accommodation near Mornac Sur Seudre, contact Les Pins on +33 05 46 23 30 83 for availability.
Essential activities in Mornac sur Seudre
At the same time so close and so spared by the summer rush that reigns on the peninsula of Arvert and the Coast of Beauty, Mornac-sur-Seudre offers by its particular geographical situation a range of interesting activities. Far from being satisfied with its status as “the most beautiful village in France”, Mornac welcomes each year in April with 3 other neighboring municipalities the Romanesque Festivals, a medieval festival that delights children.
You can also enjoy your visit for a family boating activity such as kayaking, canoeing or stand up paddling. Do you prefer to avoid thrills? Hop aboard a fishing boat from the port of Mornac for a peaceful cruise on the Seudre.
And for the pleasure of the palate, before joining your mobile home at the campsite Les Pins, think of savoring some local specialties such as cagoys, pibales and traditional dessert made from corn flour, millas.