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Cecile Peuch
16 Chemin Du Petit Bois


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Appréciations pour L'envolée, Tonnay-Charente:

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Review by: Jonathan SEG, Juin 2 2015 4:16PM
Nous y avons séjourné une nuit étant de passage à Rochefort. Nous sommes très satisfaits de notre hôte et de la chambre.

Nous le recommandons sans soucis !

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  • Château de Crazannes: Located in Crazannes, this medieval castle offers visitors a glimpse into the region's rich history. Explore the well-preserved architecture, beautiful gardens, and learn about the castle's fascinating past.
  • La Rochelle: Just a short drive away, La Rochelle is a vibrant coastal city known for its picturesque old port. Visit the historic towers, stroll along the waterfront promenade, and explore the lively city center with its charming shops, cafes, and restaurants.
  • Île de Ré: Situated off the coast of La Rochelle, Île de Ré is a stunning island known for its beautiful beaches, charming villages, and picturesque landscapes. Enjoy cycling along the island's network of bike paths, visit the famous Phare des Baleines lighthouse, and indulge in fresh seafood at one of the island's many waterfront restaurants.
  • Rochefort: Located on the banks of the Charente River, Rochefort is a historic town with a maritime heritage. Visit the Corderie Royale, a former rope-making factory turned museum, and explore the nearby naval shipyard, the Arsenal de Rochefort. Don't miss the opportunity to take a boat tour along the river to admire the town's picturesque waterfront.
  • Fort Boyard: Located in the middle of the sea between Île d'Aix and the mainland, Fort Boyard is a famous fortification that has gained international recognition through its appearance in the eponymous TV show. While access to the fort itself is limited, boat tours around the area offer a fascinating glimpse of this iconic landmark.
  • Palmyre Zoo: Situated near the town of Les Mathes, the Palmyre Zoo is one of the largest zoos in France. Home to over 1,600 animals from around the world, including lions, giraffes, elephants, and more, this zoo provides a great opportunity for a family-friendly day trip.
  • Saintes: Located along the Charente River, Saintes is a historical town with Roman origins. Explore the well-preserved Roman amphitheater, visit the impressive Saintes Cathedral, and stroll through the charming streets filled with shops and cafes. Don't forget to try some of the local Cognac, a specialty of the region.
  • Marais Poitevin: Also known as the "Green Venice," the Marais Poitevin is a unique marshland area that offers scenic boat rides through its tranquil canals. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, spot various bird species, and take in the natural beauty of this picturesque wetland. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical landmarks to natural wonders, ensuring a memorable visit to the Tonnay-Charente area in France.

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