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The natural and historical heritage of Charente-Maritime is revealed through its fishing villages, its vineyards, its wild beaches, its oyster parks and its Gallo-Roman remains.

Trip between land and sea in Charente-Maritime Escapades

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Between land and sea in Charente-Maritime

Off the coast ;est of Charente-Maritime, the'île of Ré, known as "Ré “the white one”, is preferably visited at a later date. bike. Side A village, it is characterized by white houses with green shutters bordered with hollyhocks. Side nature, the dunes and salt marshes are inseparable from the Rète landscapes.
© Jean-Luc Feryn Break Port of Saint-Martin-de-Ré Bridge of Ile de Ré Vestiges of Saintes Château de la Roche-Courbon Fisherman's huts The Phare des Baleines Coast in Royan Sentinel of Royan La Cotinière Remparts of Brouage

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