Find here all the information to prepare your visit of the maison de Georges Clemenceau!
> Suitcases and large touring backpacks are prohibited. Small bags (smaller than cabin baggage) are authorised.
> Animals are not permitted, even in carry bags.
> Knives and scooters are prohibited.
> It is prohibited to smoke and eat within the monument.
Please note: the monument is not accessible to minors not accompanied by a responsible adult
> For individual visitors:
From 1st July to 31st August: the house and gardens can be visited freely with a visiting document.
From September 1st to June 30th
Guided tours only in the mornings at 10:15 and 11:15 am (by reservation and no extra charge). Duration of the visit: 45 mn.
Self-guided tours are only possible in the afternoon (without reservation).
Last access: 45 minutes before closing time.
> For groups : (from 26 to 52 people maximum):
Groups are welcomed in the morning, by reservation only. The booking request must be made 1 month before the date of the planned visit, subject to availability.
> Gift and book shop
> Visitors can rest in the gardens
> Picnic area
A 78 ans, Georges Clemenceau (1841-1929) cherche à se ressourcer sur sa terre natale de Vendée, après une vie politique mouvementée. Il s’installe, principalement à la belle saison, dans sa « bicoque » du bord de mer.
Avec l’aide du peintre Claude Monet, son ami, il relève le défi de créer un jardin « sauvage » sur la dune.