Let’s head to Oléron Island to the new Sites et Paysages campsite Le Fief Melin
A new campsite in the countryside for the Sites et Paysages network
If you fancy spending your holiday surrounded by nature, near the ocean, we have exactly what you need. The campsite Le Fief Melin is less than two kilometres from the beaches. You can get there by bicycle, on foot or by car, the choice is yours. In any case, if you fancy a dip in the ocean, it’s never very far away! Maybe you want to get straight into the water? Enjoy the water park on this campsite, with indoor, heated swimming pool. It’s practical and efficient, you can access this area whenever you want from 10am to 7pm, and you won’t be taking any sand back to your accommodation!
On the campsite Le Fief Melin, you’ll be staying in one of the many fully-equipped, comfortable mobile homes or chalets. The Comfort Lodge Tents are ideal for those who prefer a glamping experience! Are you more into real camping? Opt for a spacious and comfortable camping pitch, to pitch your tent, caravan or motorhome, and really be at one with nature.
Oléron Island, a new destination by Le French Time
Oléron is an island with some surprises up its sleeve. To make sure you get the most out of your stay, don’t hesitate to ask Agnès and Jean-Marie, the campsite owners to tell you about their much-loved region. They will be delighted to tell you about their favourite places and give you some good tips about where to go.
While you’re waiting to come to the campsite, here is a sneak preview of the must-sees of the area:
- The beaches: enjoy the 100 kilometres of coastline while you’re staying on Oléron Island. You are sure to find a quiet sandy spot just for you, facing the big blue ocean or the bay of Marennes.
- Fort Louvois: this fort is in the shape of a horseshoe and is a slightly smaller version of Fort Boyard. A one-of-a-kind visit, unique architecture, all-in-all an unforgettable experience to be had as a family or with friends. Not-to-be-missed: climb the tower to be greeted with a panoramic view of the surrounding area from the top.
- The Château d’Oléron citadel: built by Richelieu onto the ruins of the ancient medieval castle. To learn all there is to know about the history here, go on one of the many guided tours available: on a small train, educational tour or evening tour with entertainment.
- Fort Boyard: have you heard of the famous TV show? Come and see this impressive, famous fort up close. This is a dream come true for children, and for adults too.