One of the most popular places on the main street in La Baule is Le Chalet Suisse. It's a café that doesn't do anything out of the ordinary but the coffee is good, the smell of freshly baked bread wafts across the street from a bakery and the street terrace is perfect for people watching!
Le Chalet Suisse, La Baule
At the end of Avenue Gén. de Gaulle sits the Chapelle Sainte-Anne. Once a chapel of worship it is now a cultural centre which holds exhibitions of art, photography and sculpture.
Chapelle Sainte-Anne, La Baule
And right next door, one of the most popular restaurants in town, La Villa. It's open plan interior is decorated with artwork from a local artist and the music is modern but not too loud. Open every day, the restaurant is always busy but especially at weekends when it becomes almost impossible to get a table without a reservation. The food is good, of the creative style, and the prices reflect this. But definitely a place to be seen.