The church is dating from 1879 and it is the work of the architect Henry Gelec. It's the third church of Chéméré.
This oven is a calcining kiln in which limestone is transformed into lime by calcination and where the ceramic is fired.
The closest station to the village of Arthon-en-Retz was that of Chéméré. Thus the latter was called "Chéméré - Arthon". This station was located on the...Read more
The building was built in 1865 as written in front of the facade.
In the heart of the forest of Princé, in the nature, this manor covered by the vegetation, reminds a fairy tale. It is dating from the 19th century. Today...Read more
The standing stone of Le Bois des Vallées measures 2.40 meters height and 1.80 meter wide. It is the only megalith in the town of Arthon-en-Retz but you...Read more
This monument was built in 1946 to commemorate the Liberation of la Poche Sud during the 2nd World War.
This mill is built on the same place of an ancient merovingian cemetery. It has worked until 1945.
This cave is well-known by the inhabitants of Arthon. The cave has got a legend...but which one? Today, it is closed to the public but the history is very...Read more
In the 1980s, the place was nicknamed "Arthon-Plage", a beach, by the locals. This exceptional natural heritage site is currently being developed to make...Read more