Wandering in St-Su !
At Saint-Suliac, you abandon your mount, you stroll in the ruettes, you soak up the viewpoints, of this village with multiple panoramas. A visit on foot is obligatory in order to better appreciate the atmosphere of the village classified as “Most Beautiful Villages of France” since 1999. Along the ruettes, the bucolic harmony that emerges from these old stones, envelops you in an atmosphere between land and sea! Rich in legends and marked by the Marian cult, Saint-Suliac is a village of ruettes, not streets, alleys, avenues or boulevards. The specific architecture of this village, takes us through these ruettes and invites us to stroll.Culture info: Our dear Victor Hugo, referred to cramped ruettes in his book “The Man Who Laughs” in 1869.The good idea: get lost in the maze of ruettes, a real labyrinth awaits you but do not worry you will not meet the Minotaur! But you will surely meet the Virgin.