Insulaire’s surroundings

Preserved nature

Wildlif park on 6700 hectares | 2700 hectares of forest

As the second largest island in metropolitan France after Corsica and part of the Charente archipelago, Oléron retains its wild character, protecting coastal environments, wet meadows and salt marshes. It has been under the protection Natura 2000 since 2011.

Remarkable sites

Lighthouses | Fort Boyard | Salt marshes | Citadel

In addition to its military structures intended to protect the Rochefort arsenal or the island itself, Oléron bosts numerous monuments to visit that are steeped in french history and legends…

Between tradition and modernity, activities…

160 km of cycling paths

The beaches of Oléron

Chassiron lighthouse


Looking for to spend a few days in Saint-Denis d’Oléron ? Call us or bookyour stay at the Insulaire today…

You will also enjoy…

The gastronomic and tourist opportunities of a lively coastal town located just a short distance from the major cities along the Charente-Maritime coast.

Local market

Fresh products and local shops to supply you on-site

Shuttle service

Visit the mainland or come from La Rochelle by boat to explore the island.