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La Rochelle

La Rochelle is a city that combines cultural and fun activities, fun visits full of history, as well as idleness and relaxation. We advise you to stroll through the streets of the city and discover all the treasures of La Rochelle: the old town, the Halles, the beaches and the Old Port. We advise you to observe the towers of La Rochelle: de la Lanterne, de la Chaîne and Saint-Nicolas, to visit the aquarium of La Rochelle and the Saint-Louis cathedral. The city is known for its many museums: the Maritime Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, the La Rochelle Bunker and the Natural History Museum. La Rochelle is also famous for its festivals such as the Francofolies, its International Film Festival and the Grand Pavois.

Re island

In just a few minutes by car or by taking an inter-island cruise, you will be on the Ile de Ré. You will not be indifferent to the natural and maritime charm of the Ile de Ré. You can go there to visit the many treasures of the island such as the Phare des Baleines, the Bois-Plage-en-Ré market, the Atelier Quillet, the Châteliers abbey and Fort La Prée. Rent a bike or a boat and set off to discover the natural places of the Ile de Ré such as the Lilleau des Niges National Nature Reserve and the Salt Marshes.

Chatelaillon-Plage

A few kilometers from our campsite near the beach near La Rochelle, discover the seaside resort of Châtelaillon-Plage. This little corner of paradise will charm you with its 3 kilometers of beach, its many water activities and its Casino. Don't miss the international kite festival over the Easter weekend.

Rochefort

This town of Art and History is 1 kilometer from Camping Au Petit Port de l'Houmeau. You will discover its maritime past with in particular its Corderie Royale, a former factory supplying the Royal Navy with ropes. Rochefort is also the home port of the Hermione frigate.

The island of Aix

The island of Aix is a haven of peace, preserved from all pollution. You can only get around on foot or by bike. The island is also known for having welcomed Napoleon from July 12 to 15, 1815. Many vestiges and treasures of his passage are preserved and visible in the museum.

The island of Oléron

Discover the island of Oléron, the largest island on the Atlantic Coast. The island of Oléron is known for its mimosas and its oyster farms. You can also stroll around the island and discover many other treasures such as its fine sandy beaches, its pine forests, the Maison de l'Huître in Saint-Trojan-les-Bains, the fishing port of La Cotinière and the Chassiron lighthouse. Off the island, you will observe Fort Boyard, which you can approach more closely by boat.

The Marais Poitevin Regional Nature Park

This wetland is a vast protected area with wild fauna and flora. Here you will find sandy beaches, dunes, forests, cliffs, mudflats and marshes. We particularly invite you to discover the Green Venice, classified as a Grand Site of France and the Abbey of Maillezais, classified as a historic monument. 

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Mervent-Vouvant forest

Over 5,000 hectares, extends the forest of Mervent-Vouvant and its countless oaks. You will observe the vast expanse of water formed by the reservoir of the Mervent dam. This forest will delight young and old, you can practice many outdoor activities such as horse riding, hiking, mountain biking and water sports.

Fontenay-le-Comte

This charming city of Art and History is an invitation to travel back in time. Stroll through the streets of the city center while observing, visiting and photographing historical monuments such as Place Belliard, arcaded houses, mansions, half-timbered houses and the Church of Notre-Dame.