A land full of flavours and savoir-vivre…
Discover Boyard-ville and Île d'Oléron, a little paradise with its wild coast, fine sand beaches and untouched environment. This island is listed as a "nature site of France" and enjoys the protection of Natura 2000. From the campsite you can see the famous Fort Boyard. Don't miss out on a visit to the Palmyre Zoo (43 km away)
At the heart of a region of contrasts with a coast on the Atlantic Ocean, the magnificent pine forests and fine sandy beaches (270 km of shoreline)attract many holidaymakers each year! With a long, tormented history and rich heritage, the region has become famous for its excellent vineyards and varietals. Known for its good living and being a surfing paradise, the villages of this authentic region offer a thousand different shades of colour to discover!
If you like adventure, sail boats and horses, it means you haven’t come to Saint-Georges d’Oléron by chance. In fact you are right next to Fort Boyard! You can navigate the waves at will or even mount a horse and follow the coastline.
|Sailing / windsurfing||1.50 km|
|Water skiing||1.50 km|
Tourist office :
28 rue des Dames - 17190 Saint-Georges d'Oléron
Phone : 05 46 76 63 75
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