The Central Market of Royan
Every day (except Monday), the more than 150 traders and producers of the Royan Central Market welcome you to present the regional specialties.
The architecture of the 1950s
Royan was devastated, then rebuilt in the 50s, with a new architectural style. Go to the tourist office to take part in a guided tour and learn more about Royan and its architecture from the 50!
One of the most beautiful villages in France Talmont-sur-Gironde
Located less than 30 minutes from Royan, Talmont-sur-Gironde is a must in the region. Perched on its rocky promontory, Talmont-sur-Gironde watches over the Gironde estuary. During your walk in Talmont-sur-Gironde, you will appreciate all the authenticity of this village, it is a leap in time that awaits you when you observe Sainte-Radegonde church and the white houses with blue shutters.
A craft village Mornac-sur-Seudre
On the banks of the Seudre, this former fishing and trading port will seduce you with its authentic charm, its remains of another era and its many craftsman stalls. Stroll through the cobbled streets of the center and indulge in the discovery of the monuments of another time, the multicoloured huts and the traditional houses.
Nice walk in nature The Wild Coast
For superb walks or hikes, follow the Côte Sauvage of the Atlantic. You will get superb views of the ocean and surrounding nature. Breathtaking landscapes await you. For the most determined among you, the Vélodyssée passes through the Côte Sauvage. We advise you to stop at the La Coubre lighthouse, which has watched over the Gironde estuary since 1905.
Seafood tasting The Tremblade
A few kilometers from our charming hotel with sea view in Royan, we invite you to discover La Tremblade. The essential activity to do at La Tremblade is to take part in a seafood tasting. Bordered by the ocean and a generous pine forest, La Tremblade will charm you with its district of Ronce-les-Bains, its many restaurants, its beautiful walks in the middle of nature and its surf spots.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site Cordouan Lighthouse
After more than 400 years of existence, the Lighthouse of Cordouan, the "King of lighthouses", continues to guide sailors sailing in the Gironde estuary. Strong winds and waves have not ceased to reach the lighthouse which must be maintained by guards 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, since its construction in 1611. Taking part in a guided tour of the Cordouan lighthouse is a unique opportunity to talk with the keepers who are passionate about the oldest lighthouse in France still in operation.