To see & do

Château Oléron

Located south of Oléron, our boutique hotel is the ideal starting point for many walks.
On foot, in a few minutes, you can explore the Vauban fortifications, visit the artists' cabins, have a drink on the port, or stroll around the market of the Château d'Oléron ... The beach, ideal for fishing at low tide is also nearby.
By bike, you can take the bike paths to go to the forest of Saint-Trojan-les-Bains, on the beach of Grand-Village, or in the marshes of Port des Salines ...
By car, it will take you a few minutes to leave the island of Oleron and visit the treasures of Charente-Maritime, and half an hour to go to the North of the island.

Saint-Trojan & Grand-Village

Located south of the island of Oléron, 10 minutes from our 4-star hotel, Saint-Trojan-les-Bains and Grand-Village-Plage are seaside resorts between ocean, marsh and pine forest. Bordering the Atlantic coast, they have the longest beaches of fine sand, ideal for surfing or sand yachting ... In the forest, you will enjoy multiple trails that you can walk or cycle. Ideal for sports holidays...

Dolus & Saint-Pierre Oléron

Dolus Oléron and Saint-Pierre Oléron are located in the middle of Oléron island. From our hotel you can get there easily by car or by bike.
Dolus d'Oléron is bordered by two coasts: one facing the ocean with its beaches, surf spots such as La Rémigeasse, Vertbois or La Perroche ... and the other more traditional where are oysters from Marennes-Oléron.
"Capital" of the island, Saint-Pierre Oléron has a commercial vocation, rich in history and heritage.

North of Oléron Island

Among the towns that we have not yet mentioned: Saint-Georges d'Oléron and its small villages like Boyardville, La Brée les Bains and its small authentic streets, and finally, at the northern end of the island, Saint-Denis d'Oleron where stands the lighthouse Chassiron, 46 meters high.

In the area...

The 4-stars hotel Jardins Alienor is located two minutes from the bridge of Oléron. Also, it is the ideal starting point to leave the island and visit the region.
In about ten minutes, you will see Fort Louvois at Bourcefranc-le-Chapus, and visit the city of the oyster in Marennes.
In forty minutes, you will be in Rochefort or Royan, the seaside resort of Charente-Maritime par excellence.
In just one hour, here you are in La Rochelle, or to Ile de Ré.