Mervent-Vouvant Forest (85) – Life-sized
Gâvre Forest (44) – Varieties from around the world
Bercé Forest (72) – The kingdom of the oaks
Pail Forest (53) – Vertigo
Olonne Forest (85) – The open sea
Chandelais Forest (49) – Noble land
The Pays de la Loire region is home to remarkable forests, some of which are among the most beautiful in France. Here's a little stroll in pictures through them, with the scent of the moss, the squeaking of the leaves and the caress of the ferns...
Welcome to the kingdom of the oak! Rightly considered the domain of the sacred tree, the Pays de la Loire forest also abounds with numerous varieties such as maritime pine, birch, beech, chestnut and poplar. A total of 803,092 acres of woods cover the area and offer the perfect place for walking, hiking, horse riding and mountain biking. An opportunity to learn about impressive biodiversity and some of the richest fauna.
Will you choose the seaside scents of the Olonne forest, the exotic look of the Gâvre forest, the majestic quality of the Mervent-Vouvant massif, or the Alpine feel of the Pail forest? A little reinvigorating escape, above.