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Charente-Maritime Campsite

From the salt marshes of the Ile de Ré to the medieval streets of La Rochelle, via the pontoons of the Moëze-Oléron Nature Reserve, your camping holiday in Charente-Maritime has many surprises in store…

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112,00
From 28 Aug - 04 Sep
New Aquitaine | Le château-d'oléron

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Why not take advantage of your next holiday to explore Oleron Island?

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The advantages
  • Near the beaches
  • An indoor, heated swimming pool for rainy days
  • Entertainment all day long in the summer
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140,00
From 28 Aug - 04 Sep
The advantages
  • A campsite full of flowers, just a stone’s throw from the beaches.
  • Rental accommodation with individual barbecue
  • Kid’s club for the whole summer season
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Nature holidays in Charente-Maritime

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Ready to be amazed? Your camping holiday in Nouvelle-Aquitaine is the perfect opportunity to discover the nature areas of the Charente-Maritime. On the agenda, the salt marshes of the Ile de Ré, the Régulus caves or the Marais de Brouage Nature Reserve. Would you still like to see more?
Grab a pair of binoculars and head for the bird marsh on the island of Oléron...

Royan, Jonzac, La Rochelle... discover the towns of Charente-Maritime

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Have you chosen a campsite near Royan? Go to the Pontaillac district, where you can admire the last Belle Époque and Art Nouveau villas of the seaside resort, hard hit during the bombings. The lovely historic town of Jonzac, well known for its popular spa, is located in the Haute-Saintonge region.
After admiring its château and cloister, head for La Rochelle, for a proper visit of its old town, before strolling along the quays of the Vieux-Port.

 

Charente-Maritime, a land of delicacies

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After having taken full advantage of the historical sites and nature areas of the Charente-Maritime, it's time to treat your taste buds! The fun begins with the Ile de Ré potato: with its tender, sweet flesh and ultra-thin skin, it does not need to be peeled to be eaten. A pinch of salt from the Ile de Ré is enough to accompany it... A real health food, samphire, a small marine plant, brings a crunchy and salty touch to your plate. For dessert or a small gourmet snack, try the soft 'galette charentaise', or a bag of 'bois cassé', baked sugar sweets that look like small pieces of wood.

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