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Didier Azzopardi
Lieu Dit Les Ploquins


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Description for B&B:

We have 3 individual cottages, each capable of accommodating 5 people. There is a private parking area available for guests. Additionally, we offer a fenced garden equipped with a barbecue, swing, ping pong table, and outdoor games for children. In addition, there is a petanque court and a trampoline for your enjoyment. Bicycles are also available for use.

The cottages are located in a peaceful and serene environment, surrounded by fields. The beautiful sea and pebbles are just 2 km away.

Our location provides easy access to various attractions such as La Rochelle, Rochefort, Ile de Ré, Chatelaillon, Aytré, the Marais Poitevin, Vendée beaches, Royan, and the famous zoo Palmyre.

Description for Gite

All of our houses are designed in the same manner, providing a comfortable and convenient stay. Gite Oléron is specifically designed to accommodate individuals with reduced mobility. The house features a spacious living room measuring 35 m2, which separates the two bedrooms. Additionally, there is one bathroom and one toilet available. Enjoy the outdoors on the covered terrace, complete with garden furniture and two deckchairs. The house is fully furnished and equipped with amenities such as television, washing machine, iron, and ironing board. Stay connected with our Wi-Fi service.


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Holiday Home 3 350 600




  • La Rochelle: Located just 10 kilometers away from Marsilly, La Rochelle is a vibrant coastal city known for its picturesque old port, historic architecture, and diverse cultural scene. Visitors can explore the stunning Vieux Port, visit the iconic Tour de la Chaîne and Tour Saint-Nicolas, and enjoy fresh seafood at the numerous waterfront restaurants.
  • Île de Ré: Situated off the coast of La Rochelle, Île de Ré is a beautiful island known for its sandy beaches, charming villages, and bicycle-friendly paths. Visitors can relax on the beaches, explore the picturesque villages of Saint-Martin-de-Ré and Ars-en-Ré, and indulge in delicious local cuisine.
  • Fort Boyard: Located in the middle of the sea, Fort Boyard is a historic fortification famous for its appearance in the TV show of the same name. Although access to the fort is limited, boat tours are available to get a close-up view of this impressive structure.
  • Aquarium La Rochelle: One of the largest private aquariums in Europe, the Aquarium La Rochelle offers a fascinating underwater journey. Visitors can observe a wide variety of marine life, including sharks, turtles, and colorful tropical fish, and learn about marine conservation.
  • Châtelaillon-Plage: This charming seaside town, just a short drive from Marsilly, offers a beautiful sandy beach and a lively promenade. Visitors can enjoy water sports, relax on the beach, or explore the Art Deco-style villas that line the coast.
  • Phare des Baleines: Located on Île de Ré, Phare des Baleines is a historic lighthouse that offers panoramic views of the island and the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can climb the 257 steps to the top and learn about the lighthouse's history in the adjacent museum.
  • Marais Poitevin: Known as "Green Venice," the Marais Poitevin is a unique wetland area with a network of canals, small villages, and lush vegetation. Visitors can take a boat ride through the canals, explore the tranquil surroundings, and observe the diverse wildlife.
  • Rochefort: Situated on the banks of the Charente River, Rochefort is a historic town with a rich maritime heritage. Visitors can explore the Corderie Royale, a former rope factory turned museum, and visit the Hermione, a replica of the 18th-century frigate that transported the Marquis de Lafayette to America.
  • Cognac: Located further inland, Cognac is famous for its production of the renowned brandy. Visitors can tour the prestigious distilleries, such as Rémy Martin and Hennessy, learn about the distillation process, and sample various Cognac blends. 10. Île d'Aix: Accessible only by boat, Île d'Aix is a small island known for its picturesque landscapes and historical significance. Visitors can explore the car-free island on foot or by bicycle, visit the Napoleonic-era Fort Liédot, and soak in the tranquil atmosphere.

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