Best rates guaranteed
 Arrival
Arrival

Discover the island of Oléron

The island of Oléron, nicknamed "La Lumineuse", is home to many typical villages to discover. Explore this fabulous island, between forest and sea, on foot, by car or by bike on the more than 100 km of cycle paths available. Landscapes, wild and preserved, will be offered to you. Take advantage of your stay in our charming hotel in Saint-Trojan to participate in "La Fête du Mimosa", an unmissable festive event in the region that began in 1959.

Outside the island, go to Marennes. You can taste the succulent oysters of Marennes d'Oléron and walk the streets of the city center to discover local culinary specialties.

Stay feet in the water

Close to the hotel, there are many beaches: Petite Plage, Plage du Soleil, Maumusson Beach and Gatseau Beach. You can go swimming and sunbathing, take surf and sailing lessons or rent a windsurf and paddle board. Young and old will discover the joys of living on the Atlantic Coast.

For lovers of getaways in the forest or by the sea, many hikes start near the Hotel Les Pins. Consult the tourist guides at the reception, of our sea view hotel in Saint Trojan, for more information.

Fort Boyard

This fort, made famous by the television program, was built in 1857. Initially, it was to protect the harbor, later, it became a prison, to be abandoned a few years later. From now on, it is possible to get as close as possible to this fortress, by sea, during maritime excursions.

The Chassiron Lighthouse

Located on the northern tip of the island, the Chassiron lighthouse overlooks Oléron and offers a unique panorama of the island, La Rochelle, Fort Boyard and the Ile de Ré. Access this postcard decor by climbing the 224 steps of the lighthouse. Take the opportunity to visit the museum of Oléron and the gardens of Chassiron.

The Port of Salines

Located on an old abandoned marsh, Le Port des Salines was established on the island with the aim of restoring a threatened environment and reviving the traditional activity: the cultivation of salt. You can explore the ecomuseum and the salt marsh, with or without a guide, discover the profession of a salt maker and taste local products.

Fort Louvois

We invite you to meet on this maritime fortification dating from the 17th century. Fort Louvois is located very close to the island of Oléron, you can go there to visit the keep, the barracks, the food hall, the powder magazine, the guardhouse and many other facilities of the time .