Largest French island after Corsica with its 175 square kilometers in area, the island of Oleron is an inevitable attraction of the region. the island offers a varied landscape: dunes, cliffs, forests, vineyards and oyster channels are découvivr bike, on foot or horseback. Stroll along the 70 km of beaches and taste the Marennes Oléron world class! For the more adventurous, do not miss climbing the lighthouse Chassiron. At the bottom of the stairs you will find an amazing panorama overlooking the island of Ré and the inevitable Fort Boyard.
South of Royan, on the Côte de Beauté, come and enjoy a beach of almost 2 kilometres long, in the heart of our active commune of Saint Georges de Didonne.
This listed resort, located at the mouth of the Gironde estuary, the largest in Europe, offers all kinds of activities, with water sports and sand yachting at the forefront and must-see sites such as the Vallières lighthouse overlooking the port.