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St-Pierre d'Oléron


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Description for B&B:

This description is for a double room that can accommodate two people. The room is equipped with a comfortable sofa and a TV for your entertainment. It also has a corner sink, refrigerator, microwave, and an electric coffeemaker for your convenience. The room consists of two beds measuring 90 cm each. The water room is equipped with a toilet, showers, and a wash-hand basin. Outside, there is a terrace with a garden living room set, a parasol, and deckchairs for you to relax and enjoy. Linen is provided for your stay. Please note that the minimum stay requirement is three nights. Overall, this room offers basic amenities and is not meant for long-term living.

Description for Gite

We offer a cozy sea-green gite suitable for 2 to 6 guests. It features 1 or 2 comfortable bedrooms, a dining area, a living room with a sofa bed and TV, and a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave, plates, refrigerator, and dishwasher. The gite also includes a bathroom with a shower, sink, and toilet. Enjoy the outdoors on the mini terrace, which is furnished with a garden lounge set, parasol, and BBQ. This lovely gite is available for weekly stays starting from 500 for 2 to 4 people.


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Take the A10 Bordeaux highway and turn left in the direction of Holy - Marenne oyster/oleron - Dolus - Saint-Pierre - Saint-Gilles. After traveling 800m, you will find a path on your right. Look for a stone cross at the entrance of the path.



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  • Château d'Oléron: A historic fortress located on the eastern coast of Oléron Island. The Château offers stunning views of the surrounding area and houses several museums, including the Museum of Oyster Farming.
  • Fort Boyard: This iconic fortress is situated between the Île d'Aix and the Île d'Oléron. Known for its appearance on a popular TV game show, visitors can take boat trips around the fort and learn about its fascinating history.
  • Le Marais aux Oiseaux: A beautiful nature reserve located near Dolus-d'Oléron, offering a unique opportunity to observe various bird species in their natural habitat. Visitors can explore the marshes via walking paths and observation points.
  • Saint-Pierre-d'Oléron Market: This vibrant market takes place every day in the center of Saint-Pierre-d'Oléron. It offers a wide range of local produce, including fresh seafood, fruits, vegetables, and artisanal crafts.
  • Plage des Saumonards: A picturesque beach known for its pristine white sand and clear waters. Located on the northwestern coast of the island, it is an ideal spot for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying water sports.
  • La Cotinière: A charming fishing village situated on the western coast of Oléron Island. Known for its colorful harbor and lively atmosphere, visitors can enjoy fresh seafood, browse local shops, and admire the traditional fishing boats.
  • Phare de Chassiron: A historic lighthouse located on the northern tip of Oléron Island. Visitors can climb to the top for panoramic views of the island and the Atlantic Ocean. The lighthouse also houses a small museum showcasing its maritime history.
  • L'Écomusée du Marais Salant: Located in the village of Le Grand-Village-Plage, this museum offers insights into the traditional salt marshes of Oléron. Visitors can learn about the salt production process, explore the marshes, and even try harvesting salt themselves.
  • Le Port des Salines: Situated in the town of Le Grand-Village-Plage, this salt port provides guided tours and workshops on salt collection and production. Visitors can witness the work of salt workers and discover the importance of salt in the local economy. 10. La Maison de la Mytiliculture: Located in the village of Marennes, this museum is dedicated to mussel farming. Visitors can learn about the cultivation and harvesting of mussels through interactive exhibits and guided tours.