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Discovering Ile d'Yeu, this island furthest from the Vendée coast, is to immerse yourself in the authentic charm of a land of sailors and spend an intimate and exotic stay in the heart of incredible landscapes.

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Experience the exoticism of Ile d'Yeu in complete privacy

Trust me ! Climb aboard a boat and reach this island that you can see on the horizon from the Vendée coast.

5,000 years ago, this nomadic land of 23 km² set down its suitcases 17 km from the Vendée coast. Which makes it the furthest island from the French Atlantic coast.

Today, the crossing lasts between 30 minutes and 1 hour, depending on your port of departure. Thank God, the first sailing boats requiring 11 hours of crossing in favorable weather are part of those anecdotes from the past to be told with friends.

How to access the island of yeu:

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Departure Fromentine:

  • Crossings all year round with the Yeu Continent Company: price per adult (round trip): 35.60 €. Duration of the crossing: 30 min on High Speed ​​Ships.

  • From April to September: (+ All Saints holidays) with the Compagnie Vendéenne: Price per adult (round trip): € 34.50. Duration of the crossing: 45 min.

 

Departure from St Gilles Croix de Vie:

 

  • Crossings from April to September with the Vendée company: Price per adult (round trip): 30 to 40 €. Duration of the crossing: 60 min.

 

To get there :

By plane :

Nantes-Atlantique Airport.

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By train :

2 hours from Paris, by TGV to Nantes, then transfer or car rental.

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By the road :

At 4:30 from Paris, by motorway via Nantes or La Roche sur Yon, follow direction Noirmoutier.

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By coach:

1h15 from Nantes (SNCF Sud station), service provided by coach.

Direct connection with the Nantes <-> Noirmoutier train via Port-Fromentine.

Au dessus des nuages

The island in a few figures ...

Since 1971, the Channel and Atlantic islands have been united within the Association des Îles du Ponant (AIP), which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

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There are now 15 Ponant islands. Each one meets three specific characteristics:

  • Have a permanent population

  • Have the status of a local authority (generally a municipality)

  • Not be attached to the mainland by a fixed link (bridge or submersible road).

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