Fall in love with the city of salt
Guérande is a village across France, and its salt is famous in the country. This city, called the West Carcassonne, are behind medieval walls that look like stone that is impassable. But nothing is further from the truth, the people are festive and friendly to everyone. Between the Atlantic and the marshes of Brière, the Loire River Vilaine south and north, the city is bathed by waters that have made it the biggest producer of salt in the region of Pays de la Loire. Guérande imposes enough when you are facing the walls. The latest Dukes of Brittany were in charge of this fort. It is a jewel of the military architectural heritage and is the only city that still retained its outside intact.