• Camping La Cailletière ***

    Oleron, discover the splendours of the island; on leaving the continent, you will step foot on one of the most beautiful islands in the Atlantic. Wild yet conserved, you will love the "charme Oléronais", you will be enthralled by the multitude of activities you will discover, its beaches, its 2600 hours of sun per year as well as its renowned Marennes Oléron oysters that will delight both young and old. TheCampsite la Cailletière develops simple pleasures that make you feel part of an exceptional environment in the heart of the island. In the middle of an oak wood aimed at relaxation and enjoyment, Carole and Virgile offer you several kinds of accommodation, make every effort to ensure that young and old enjoy the appropriate services and leisure facilities and will take pleasure in advising you on all the great places in the surrounding area. So do not hesitate, come and visit us!

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  • Bureau municipal du Tourisme de Dissay

    Located between the Clain Valley and the Moulière Forest, Dissay is well known for its château, originally built as a 'holiday home' in the 15th century by Pierre d'Amboise, the bishop of Poitiers.Nearby : St-Cyr Park, a 300 ha recreation park for your leisure and enjoyment (85ha lake with beach, supervised swimming in July and August, children's play area, water sports, hiking trails, golf course). Experience the fun of waterskiing in Poitou from April to October on a 10ha lake.Accommodation: hotel, campsites ( open from 15th Juin to 31st August: ), bed and breakfast.The chamber of commerce, open in July and August, is at your service for any further information.Free exhibition from 1st July to 31st August at the Clos Bel'hoir ( excluding Sundays and bank holidays).Local Saturday market.

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  • Maison du Tourisme du Civraisien en Poitou

    Civray on the banks of the Charente has been a busy centre of commerce since Roman times.The town is built around the romanesque church of Saint-Nicolas( 12th C  ). The façade of the church has many sculptures, including the impressive and Wise and Foolish Virgins .The old part of the town shows the administrative importance of Civray in pre-Revolutionary times when the town was an important administrative centre.  The l'Hôtel de la Prévôté, on the tourist route,  is an example of such a building.  You can also enjoy a panoramic view of the town and church from the ruins of the fortified castle. Civray is a holiday destination, and it has several interesting paths along the Charente river.Accommodation : hotels, camp sites, bed and breakfasts, and chalets.Local Markets Tuesdays and Fridays, fair first Tuesday of the month.

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  • Office de Tourisme

    Overlooked by the ruins of the château dating from the12th, 14th, 16th centuries, Vivonne is located at the point where the Clain, Palais and Vonne Rivers converge.A classified Ville Etape , Vivonne is a veritable fisherman's paradise offering many water recreational sports and activities. In July and August, afternoon boat rentals are available with prior booking. Descents down the Clain can be arranged all year round. The water sports centre (open from June to the end of August) has slide, trampoline and supervised swimming facilities.Local government has published 20 marked trail guide books available at the tourist information office.Don't miss: The Angevin Gothic Priory Church of Saint-George (12th & 13th C). Many entertainment events in Vivonne.Accommodation : hotel, campsite, self-catering and bed and breakfasts. The tourist information office can organise guided visits of the church by prior reservation.Local market on Saturdays.

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  • Office de Tourisme de Loudun

    Loudun, Renaudot's home town, has numerous architectural treasures (some dating back to the Middle Ages) which you can discover as you stroll along the narrow and quaintly named streets.Come and explore : - La Porte du Martray, built in the 13th century, it was the last of the gateways closing the city . - La Tour Carrée - a Square Tower (11th. century) - The Chapel of  Sainte-Croix - where restoration work has newly unveiled 12th and 13th century murals. - The House of Roman Art  - a collection of outstanding Roman columns and the Renaudot Museum, birthplace of the father of French journalism.Also, don't miss : - The Aquarium - a collection of exotic fish in fifteen fish tanks. - La Promenade Foulque Nerra - A walk through parks and gardens which gives an impression of the old fortified castle, dismantled in 1628.This town is the starting point of many marked hiking trails.Local accommodation: hotels, campsite, bed and breakfast.The tourist information office can organise guided tours of the town, the castle and Chapel Sainte Croix with advanced booking. For group rates, please enquire for more information.Town market on Tuesday.

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  • Office de Tourisme de Gençay

    Gencay was originally a military fortress. The lord of Rancon held the chateau in the 11th  century. Geoffroy VI chose to side with the king in the uprising led by Aquitaine barons in 1241 - 1242, and as a result he received funds from the king to rebuild his castle. This castle played an important role in the Hundred Years War.The castle was largely destroyed by numerous sieges, but was protected under the initiative of Prosper Mérimée in the 19th Century.Many of the castle's stones were taken during the nineteenth century, but the ruins are still beautiful.At present it is the property of Monsieur Kléber Rossillon. You can visit the exterior, the interior can be visited by reservation (guided tour by the Association of the Friends of the Old Chateau).Not far away :- the Belle Floral Gardens at Magné, open March - November -- Château de la Roche, a Renaissance Château whose gardens were designed by Le Nôtre ( open to the public)- the beautiful romanesque Church at Saint-Maurice-la-Clouère, among other interesting churches in the neighbourhood- Latitudes Nord, see the huskies, learn about dog teaming,  open all year, advance booking.Accommodation and restaurants : hotels, gîtes de France, furnished flats, bed and breakfast, self catering accomodation in the woods, holiday resorts, camper van service areas, restaurants.Saturday  and Thursday markets in the morning, and a fair the second and last Thursday of the month.

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  • Chambre d'hôtes Le Chiron (2 épis)

    Five guest houses were fitted out in this large impressive house of the end of the XIXth century, situated in a hamlet of the vineyard of the cognac: 2 rooms 2 persons and 2 rooms 3 persons with shower-room and wc deprived, 1 room 2 persons with private communiquante shower-room and wc deprived not communiquants. Hosts' table on booking. Stay, lounge with fireplace, TV. Parking in closed yard. Weekend distillation of 15 nov. on March 15th. Reduction 10 % from 3 consecutive nights.

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  • Gîte Les Vignes *** (3 épis)

    Holiday cottage adjacent to another holiday cottage on a wine-making exploitation of the vineyard of the cognac. Ground floor: entered, cooking / room to be eaten, lounge. 1rst floor: a room with bed 140, a room with bed 160, a room with 2 beds 90, 2 shower-rooms, toilets. Reads baby to arrangement. Shelter transports, garage. To share with the other holiday cottage and the owners: common ground 1000 m2, secure not watched swimming pool (barrier + alarm), spa, portico, petanque field, games and bikes children. Visit of the distillery, tasting.

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