L'abri du Cormier, situé au fond d'une anse naturelle, permet d'accueillir des bateaux d'une longueur maximum de 6 mètres pour la période d'avril à septembre inclus.
Sa capacité d'accueil est de 68 bateaux.
Port de pêche qui accueille environ 35 bateaux (pêche au chalut, mytiliculteurs, ostréiculteurs...).Port de plaisance, qui avec 320 emplacements permet de recevoir à l'année des bateaux jusqu'à 12 mètres.
Pornic possède le plus méridional des ports traditionnels en Bretagne Atlantique, centre de corsaires au 17ème siècle. Refuge sûr et abri solide, le port à flot est accessible 24 heures sur 24 et offre 919 places sur pontons flottants, dont 165 pour les visiteurs.
Port en ...
Saint Nazaire is an important commercial port and shipbuilding center. It lies on the N bank of La Loire, 5 miles within the entrance. With an annual external traffic volume in the order of 30 million tonnes, Nantes - Saint Nazaire is the leading port on France’s Atlantic Seaboard. ...
La Loire EstuaryThe Estuary of the La Loire comprises the area fronting
the mainland between Pointe du Croisic and Ile du Pilier. It is roughly divided into two parts by Plateau
de la Banche, a dangerous shoal area, and can be entered
from the S by Chenal du Sud or from the N by Chenal ...
The Bay of Biscay (name coming from the Castillan), called Golfe de
Gascogne by the French, is entered between Ile d’Ouessant and Cabo
Ortegal, 305 miles SW. The bay is bounded on its E side by the W coast
of France and on its S side by the N coast of Spain. It is generally
The Atlantic Ocean is the second-largest of the world's oceanic divisions; with a total area of about 106.4 million square kilometres (41.1 million square miles), it covers approximately one-fifth of the Earth's surface. The Atlantic Ocean has irregular coasts indented by numerous ...
Ile de Noirmoutier forms the
SW side of the bay of Bourgneuf It is low and separated at its S extremity from
the mainland by Goulet de Fromantine, a narrow passage. This
island is fronted on its N and W sides by numerous rocks and
Ile d’Yeu is a good landmark when
approaching La Loire from the S. There is no shelter in the vicinity of this island during NW
gales; however, an area on its E side remains relatively calm
because of the shallower depths in this vicinity.The SW part of Ile d’Yeu is steep and ...
This island is moderately low; its
W end is fronted by extensive rocky flats. It is separated at the
E end from the mainland by Coureau de la Pallice, which is
spanned by a bridge.
The area is a popular tourist destination. It has approximately the same number of hours of sunshine ...