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Île d'Oleron’s sandy beaches
Oléron is famous for seafood, particularly oysters and mussels; gourmands can indulge in regional specialities in the intimate dining room or eat al fresco in the luscious plant-filled courtyard. If you can bear to leave Jardins d’Aliénor, the island is crisscrossed with footpaths and cycleways, and framed by sandy beaches where you can take to the water on a surfboard, sailing boat or canoe. Back on the mainland, admire Royan’s Belle Époque villas or take a day-trip to La Rochelle.
Services & Amenities
Details of all our of services and facilities for an exceptional stay on Ile d'Oléron.