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Marie-jo Barbes
Fief de Pelard Saint Martin
Le Gua


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Marie Jo and Yves warmly invite you to their tranquil villa, located in the charming village of St Martin. Situated with stunning views of the Seudre marshes (the birthplace of the renowned Marennes Oléron oysters), the villa offers a peaceful escape. Within close proximity to the town center, where you can find local shops, and only 3 km away from Gua. Additionally, the beautiful beaches of Royan and the enchanting island of Oléron are just a short 20-minute drive away. Nearby, you will also discover the picturesque village of Mornac, known for its exceptional culinary options. The villa boasts a terrace with a courtyard and garden, perfect for unwinding, and offers amenities such as a barbecue, oven, and microwave for your convenience during your stay.


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St Martin du Gua is situated 15 km away from Royan, 20 km away from Rochefort, 20 km away from the Island of Oléron, and 20 km away from Saintes.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 55 15




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  • La Rochelle: Situated approximately 30 miles north of Le Gua, La Rochelle is a historic coastal city known for its picturesque harbor and charming old town. Explore the medieval towers, visit the impressive aquarium, or simply stroll along the vibrant streets lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants.
  • Fort Boyard: Situated on the small island of Île d'Aix, Fort Boyard is a famous 19th-century fortress that has gained popularity through its appearance in a popular French TV game show. While access to the fort is limited, boat tours around the area offer a chance to admire its impressive architecture.
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