A seaside resort with its Thalasso and casino dating back to the end of the 19th century, Luc-sur-Mer is the ideal place to come and recharge your batteries. Stroll to the end of the pier to enjoy the view of the coast. During your walk, you will be surprised by an unusual discovery as you enter the Municipal Park. You will come face to face with a 19-metre long whale skeleton that was washed up on the beach in 1885. You will also walk along the valley of La Capricieuse by taking the pedestrian path, a pleasant and bucolic walk.
In season, historical guided tours are regularly offered. The programme is available at the tourist office.
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Styles : BaladeDiscoveryIn townSea
Public : FamilyTeenagers
Themes : CulturalPatrimony
Departure from the Place du Petit Enfer. Turn right by the sea, towards the Fishermen's Pier.
Take the swamp gap to the roundabout, take rue Aristide Briand located to the right of avenue Pierre Laurent.
Turn right on rue Arcisse de Caumont. Then turn left on rue Camille Blaisot and enter the park.
When you leave the park, turn right to go up to the sea.
Join the promenade dike. Turn left and drive past the thermal baths and the casino. At the sailing club, head towards the campsite and take the pedestrian path.
Walk along the campsite and continue up to the second intersection. You're on the donkey path. Turn left and go up the rue du château d'eau. At the end of the street turn left.
Cross the cemetery and head towards Louis Marie Street.
Turn left on rue Auguste Langlois. Then turn right on Abbé Vengeon street.
Continue in the direction of rue du Maréchal Foch.