Popular Accommodations in Charente-Maritime
- Kilometres of dream beaches Excellent mussel dishes Interactive Museum Paléosite
- Boat trip to Fort Boyard
Most popular in Charente-Maritime
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Holiday homes in Charente-Maritime
The Charente-Maritime region is one of the most popular holiday regions on the French Atlantic coast and offers a large variety of holiday accommodation in addition to numerous sights. Especially idyllic you live of course in a holiday flat or a holiday house at the coast. Very recommendable are the Île de Ré, the port La Rochelle, the town Royan and the island Île d'Oléron. If you like it a little quieter, you will be drawn to a holiday apartment in Rochefort or to picturesque towns such as Mazerax, Saint-Césaire and Coivert.
Holidays in Charente-Maritime
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The countless wild and romantic beaches along the Charente-Maritimes coast invite you to spend relaxing days by the sea. The Plage de La Palmyre, the Plage Grande Cote and the Plage de Châtelaillon are particularly recommendable here. Those who have had enough of building sand castles and relaxing can devote themselves to various water sports such as windsurfing and stand-up paddling or go on a sea kayaking tour with the family. Hikers and cyclists also get their money's worth thanks to the excellent network of cycle paths and hiking trails. After all, the network of paths across the region takes you to places of interest such as the Aquarium de La Rochelle, the Lilleau Niges nature reserve and the church of St-Eutrope. Culture lovers, on the other hand, cannot avoid an excursion to Rochefort.
Things to know
The best conditions for a family beach holiday are undoubtedly in the summer months of June to September. This is due to average maximum temperatures between 23 and 26 degrees Celsius, an average of eight hours of sunshine and water temperatures around the 19-degree mark. The months of May and October are also suitable for pure sightseeing or hiking.
Holiday homes & Holiday houses in Charente-Maritime
The regional coat of arms adorns a golden dove with a crown.
Top 3 travel tips
Take a trip to the village of Saint-Césaire and follow in the footsteps of our ancestors. Visit the interactive museum "Paléosite", which on its 2000 square meters boasts an extensive exhibition that resurrects the Neanderthals.2. Enjoy fresh mussels
No matter whether directly at the coast or in the hinterland, mussel dishes belong to the good tone in the regional kitchen. Reason enough for you to enjoy the fresh oysters and the regional speciality Charron, which consists of mussels and a cream curry sauce.3. Take a boat trip to Fort Boyard
No holiday in the region would be complete without a trip to the sea. A very worthwhile destination is Fort Boyard off the coast of La Rochelle.