Royan Atlantique Tourism in Charente-Maritime area

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A day of discovery from the hotel

- Rochefort-sur-Mer (43 km from the hotel)

Royal city, born from the will of Louis XIV, Colbert applied himself to building "the most beautiful and largest Arsenal of the Ponant". From the Charente estuary to the harbor of Ile d'Aix, Rochefort, an exciting city, often surprises...this city hides many treasures, come and discover them. Visit the Corderie Royale, the Hermione, the Maison de Pierre Loti or even the transporter bridge.

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- Ile d'Oléron (45 km from the hotel)

After crossing the viaduct, you arrive on the largest French island on the Atlantic coast, but also the southernmost. With its 32 km long and 8 km wide, the "luminous" island is renowned for its superb fine sandy beaches, its bewitching nature and its rich cultural heritage. On the program, walks or bike rides, sea trips, sports activities, discovery or idleness... 

The eight municipalities of the island of Oléron offer you many possibilities for visits: Saint-Trojan-les-Bains "the seaside resort" and its national forest, Le Grand-Village-Plage and its port des salines, Le Château d' Oléron and its imposing fortified citadel, Dolus d'Oléron and the bird marsh, Saint-Pierre d'Oléron, with its pedestrian streets and its Cotinière fishing port, Saint-Georges d'Oléron and its small villages, Chaucre, Domino, Boyardville… La Brée les Bains and its authentic little streets, and finally, at the northern tip of the island, Saint-Denis d'Oléron where the Chassiron lighthouse stands, 46 meters high.

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 - Saint-Savinien (49 km from the hotel)

The village of Saint-Savinien is located on the banks of the Charente between Saintes and Saint-Jean-d'Angély. It offers many tourist attractions that will appeal to the whole family. Stroll through the Little City of Character, visit artists' studios or take a ride on a miniature ship... Enjoy a charming getaway !

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Photo credits: Ile d'Oléron Basin of Marennes