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Dany Nicolas
Avenue des Cormorans Quartier Parc de Royan
Saint Georges de Didonne


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This house is situated in a peaceful residential area just 300 meters away from the beach. Located at the entrance of Saint Georges de Didonne, it is a short walk from the center of Royan and a small market that offers all necessary amenities. With a capacity to accommodate 4 people, this detached house spans an area of approximately 45 m2 and consists of a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and a mezzanine. Additionally, it features a small storage room on the mezzanine, a bathroom with a shower and toilet, a private and enclosed terrace, and a private parking space with a south-east orientation. The house offers a scenic view of a wooded setting and provides sleeping arrangements including one double bed in the ground floor room and two single beds on the upstairs mezzanine. There are plenty of attractions in the vicinity, such as Meschers, Saint-palais-sur-Mer, Vaux-sur-Mer, Talmont, the islands of Ré, Oléron, and Aix, Rochefort, La Rochelle, La Palmyre, Marennes, Barzan, and Saujon. Moreover, it is conveniently located near the CAREL and thalassotherapy center. The weekly rental prices for this house in Royan range from 250 to 590 euros, which can be further explored on our website.


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To reach Paris, take Motorway A10 and exit at Exit 35. For Bordeaux, follow Motorway A10 and take Exit 37. To reach La Rochelle from Rochefort, travel along D733.



Property type Quantity
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Daily Prices Weekly Prices
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extra bed
Holiday Home 1 250 590




  • Royan Beach: Located just a short distance from Avenue des Cormorans, Royan Beach is a stunning sandy beach known for its beauty and cleanliness. It offers a great place to relax, swim, and soak up the sun.
  • Royan Market: Situated in the heart of Royan, the market is a bustling hub of activity. Here, you can explore a wide variety of stalls selling fresh produce, local delicacies, clothing, and handicrafts. It's a great place to experience the local culture and find unique souvenirs.
  • Royan Zoo: A popular attraction for families, Royan Zoo is home to a diverse range of animals from around the world. It offers visitors the opportunity to see animals up close and learn about their habitats and conservation efforts.
  • Cordouan Lighthouse: Located at the mouth of the Gironde Estuary, the Cordouan Lighthouse is a historic landmark and one of the oldest lighthouses in France. Visitors can take guided tours to explore the lighthouse's fascinating architecture and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • La Palmyre Golf Club: Golf enthusiasts can head to La Palmyre Golf Club, which is just a short drive from Avenue des Cormorans. This picturesque golf course offers a challenging yet enjoyable experience, surrounded by beautiful landscapes.
  • Palmyre Zoo: Situated in the nearby town of La Palmyre, Palmyre Zoo is one of the largest zoos in France. It houses over 1,600 animals and offers various exhibits, shows, and activities for visitors of all ages.
  • Côte Sauvage: For nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, Côte Sauvage is a must-visit destination. This rugged coastline stretches for miles and offers stunning cliffs, sandy beaches, and breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Saint-Palais-sur-Mer: Located just a short distance from Saint Georges de Didonne, Saint-Palais-sur-Mer is a charming seaside town with beautiful beaches and a lively atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy water activities, explore the town's historic sites, or simply relax in one of the beachside cafes.
  • La Rochelle: Approximately an hour's drive from Avenue des Cormorans, La Rochelle is a historic port city with a rich maritime heritage. It offers attractions such as the Old Port, the Aquarium, and a vibrant city center filled with shops, restaurants, and museums. 10. Île d'Oléron: Accessible via a bridge, Île d'Oléron is the largest island off the French Atlantic coast. It boasts beautiful beaches, charming villages, and a laid-back atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy cycling, water sports, and sampling local seafood delicacies. These attractions provide a diverse range of experiences, from relaxing on the beach to exploring historic landmarks and enjoying outdoor activities.

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