|A little medieval city surrounded by marshes, Mornac-sur-Seudre flourished in the 11th century thanks to salt and fishing. To defend their coveted area, the mornac seigneurs built a rampart, and later a surrounding wall and fortified church… Remarkably well-preserved, the village conserves his character. You can have a pleasant walk in the streets hosting stalls of artists and craftsmens selling jewellery, leather, painting and pottery…|
|Opening Hours July to august: 9am-13pm/14pm-18pm, every day.
May, june, september : tuesday to sunday 9am – 13pm / 14pm – 17pm.
Off season : Monday to saturday 9am – 12pm