La Rochelle (France)
In antiquity La Rochelle was part of Gaul. The Romans then occupied the area and began to produce salt and wine, which was then distributed throughout the empire. Roman houses and tanks for the production of salt by evaporation of sea water have been preserved from this period. The city is also famous for the Three Musketeers A. Dumas. The port is protected by an island barrier and one of the islands is connected by the longest bridge in France
+46° 9' 37.63", -1° 9' 3.74"
Camping "Les Sables", Chemin du Pontreau, 17440 Aytré - PLage