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Oléron campsite :
between land and sea

Located on the Isle of Oleron and not far from the famous castle of the same name, our Oleron campsitewelcomes you in the best surroundings for yoursummer and winter holidays. Whatever your tastes, we are sure that your stay will not be the last.

L’Ile d’Oleron is a natural wonder. Between itsbeaches, its oyster port and its castle considered to be the “capital” of the island, your days will be very busy. But l’Ile d’Oleron will also seduce you with its cultural richness, notably its market, its festivals and the local cuisine whereoysters hold a special place.

Aloa Vacances : 14 Min

Sports and leisure activities at our campsite

Water sportsenthusiasts will be able to enjoy their favourite activities at their ease, as the setting is ideal for them. You can practice activities such as scuba diving, stand up paddle (organised on the lake of phibie), kayaking, or surfing. Open to all age groups, these activities are supervised by professionals who are among the best in France. You will also appreciate the leisure activities of pleasure boating, the walks on board the tourist train with a stopover at the oyster port. But the sports activities and leisure activities also extend to more common sports such as tennis, golf, archery and horse riding. Nature lovers will enjoy walking or cycling with the added bonus of visiting the nature house, the fox, and the botanical garden.

The creators’ hut

Finally, the best part of the island is the creators’ hut. A complex where about twenty artists and craftsmen are gathered. This complex is unique in that it is located in the heart of former oyster-farming huts. This unexpected homogeneity between artists and oyster farmers is what makes the place so charming. You will also discover other artistic activities, some of which are rather exotic, such as violin making, ceramics, illumination and sculpture, to name but a few.