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I will present "La Tranche sur mer".
I will speak first of its location, demographics, then a little about its local heritage and of course its tourism. I will then finish by giving a short conclusion.
Source: Site de la commune de la Tranche-sur-Mer
I'll tell you about the Tranche-sur-Mer. First, it is a French commune, located in the department of Vendée and in the region Pays de la Loire.The crest of the Tranche-sur-Mer is a lion, above a sun and Drita between two heart-mix that orte ue crown. This shield means: Gules, a lion of gold, the chief advantage: first sewn azure in the sun not shown in gold, and the second at the heart sewn Vert Vendée money.( in French: De gueules au lion d'or, au chef parti : au premier cousu d'azur au soleil non figuré d'or, et au second cousu de sinople au cœur vendéen d'argent).
The motto of La Tranche-sur-Mer is "Sol Omnibus Adest", this means the sun is always present.
It is a seaside village located on the Coast of Light in front of the island of Re, for up to 100,000 tourists in summer. These are near Longeville-sur-Mer, Angles, Cranes, fault-sur-Mer. Its district is the Sable d'Olonne. The postal code of La Tranche-sur-Mer is 85360. Its mayor Serge Kubryk, he had a mandate from 2008-2014.
Source: site de la commune
In 2008, La Tranche-sur-Mer had 2702 inhabitants. Changes in the number of people since 1793 is known throughout the population censuses conducted at La Tranche-sur-Mer. From the twenty-first century, the actual census of municipalities with fewer than 10 000 inhabitants are held every five years. The maximum population was reached in 2008 with 2702 inhabitants. And the density of its territory was 153 inhabitants / km2.
This is a histogram representing the number of inhabitants according to the years.
Tranche became La Tranche-sur-Mer in 1938 shortly after in 1954 Faute-sur-Mer separated from La Tranche-sur-Mer and became a municipality. And February 28, 2010, La Tranche-sur-Mer is one of the towns in the west of France that was the most affected by the storm Xynthia. Despite extensive damage along the coast, there were no deaths, but Tranche-sur-Mer will be under 1.5 meters of water.however, to be pitied, in contrast to the neighboring town of Faute-sur-Mer, this storm killed 35 people in Vendée.
La Tranche-sur-Mer offers, along its 13 km of fine sand: an aquatic center, five surf schools for beginners to indulge in the best of the pleasures of surfboarding. One of the facilities is the most popular surfing beach of Terrière. A lake of 6 hectares for an introduction to sailing, a sailing center, eight aid stations. Of course there is also the shellfish and fishing at sea.
La Tranche-sur-Mer is not just a resort it is also a town that takes care of its environment and in 2004 it received its first Flower Contest towns and villages in bloom.
Then in 2002 it was awarded the blue flag of Europe. This guarantee of quality distinguishes the commune not only for the quality of bathing water, but also for the maintenance of beaches, medical equipment and waste management.