The edge of forest, near the beaches, the center of the village, its market, its shops, harbor and Yacht Club (sailing school all levels and walks to the edge of old riggings).
Sea and small beaches at 500m
Gatseau beach and the thalassotherapy center (swimming pool, bar and restaurant) to 2 km.
The 'Grande Plage': kms of sandy ocean front, lined with dunes and forest + - 4 km.
The 'Petit Train de St-Trojan' (6km rails, 12 locomotives, 20 cars panoramic, 1 Wagon restaurant and buffet station) takes you to the 'Pertuis Maumusson' gateway to the beautiful wild coast by a journey through the forest of pine trees and mimosas.
Nearby: many possible routes on foot, horseback, bicycle, boat or car - Ile d'Aix, Ile Madame, Ile de Ré, Cruise Inter-Ilesen via Fort Boyard, maritime link with La Rochelle, visit forts that guarded the access to the Charente.
Visits oyster basin, its 'Claires' hamlets of fishermen with their multicolored Cabanes, its 'Foreshore' paradise for fishermen foot (hulls, or lavagnons LOUISETTES, knives, wild oysters, clams, mussels and other shellfish), without forget 'Chaucres' (crabs baguarreurs).
The Port des Salines, in the middle of a salt marsh in activity and craftsmen huts on stilts, his seafood restaurant and boat rides on the oyster gutters, the salt museum and local produce market.
Wearing the Castle, the citadel of the seventeenth, fortified by Vauban, the Protestant church, covered market and its picturesque fountain carved Renaissance, numerous craft cabins, entertainment on the Republic Square in season and of course the stunning views Fort Boyard.
The port of Côtinière, 11th fishing port of France (more than 100 units of various fisheries) and its famous fish market.
In the center of the island Saint-Pierre, 'Capital Island Light', shops and restaurants, the 'Lantern of the Dead', the Eleanor-d'aquitaine Museum exposing the ancestral island heritage, the Chateau de BONNEMIE (XIVem ), home Aieules owned by Julien Viaud, alias Pierre Loti who was buried there in 1923, its Cinemas and theaters.
In the north, Saint-Denis: marina (700 + boats), unique fish locks, some still active, the remains of 'Atlantic Wall', the view of the Pertuis d'Antiocheet the Ile de Ré.
Many other villages, hamlets, mills, menils, paths, dunes and forests to explore.
Royan seaside resort 50km.
Zoo La Palmyre at 30km.
Rochefort 40 km, spa, and the Royal Rope site'' s HERMIONE (large festive ceremony launching July 6, 2012).
LA ROCHELLE 75 km, historic city, its world famous Aquarium, its international airport, its connection with the island of Ré, the commercial port and the train station.
SURGERES 60 km link from Paris in moin 3 h.
HOLY 50km, historic city, its Roman ruins, the Abbaye aux Dames and summer concerts, walks on CHARENTE.
MARENNE, his City of the oyster, its Gothic steeple 'highest of the Kingdom, its CAYENNE channel Oyster with its restaurants and multicolored huts to be missed ... just the other side of the bridge.