For a stay camping on the Ile d'Oléron under the sign of nature, here are the most beautiful visits of the Ile d'Oléron not to be missed!

The marsh of the birds

Located in a natural area of more than 130 ha, the Marais des Oiseaux is a discovery park for farm animals and wild birds. Come to discover this natural space, exceptional by its biodiversity and its wild nature.

The Myocastor Park

Live an atypical experience 100% fun and educational, in the middle of the forest come to discover and feed the beavers so endearing. And new in 2019, the kangaroos arrive in the forest.
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Visit of the estuary at low tide and the fish locks

The locks or fish traps are fixed fish traps, consisting of a wall 500 to 700 meters long. They have the shape of a horseshoe more or less symmetrical depending on the configuration of the foreshore on which they are built.

One can catch different species of fish : sea bass, sea bream, orphies, mullets, mackerels, and conger eels.

The gardens of the Boirie

Discover a botanical garden classified as a remarkable garden on the Ile d'Oléron. Collections of sage, hostas and rare plants from the latest horticultural varieties to simple perennial plants.

Port of the Saltworks

Located on the town of Grand-Village-Plage, on the Ile d'Oléron, the Port des Salines, a very pretty natural backdrop labeled Pôle-Nature, will show you the history of the saliculture of the Oleron island and the know-how of the saunier in many facets.

The Marais des Bris

Between forest and ocean, on the territory of Saint-Trojan, the marsh of Bris is a natural area of 37 hectares crossed by footpaths. This sensitive natural area is composed of fresh and salt water wetlands, which shelter a rich fauna and flora. One crosses there the grey heron but also warblers and terns. On the site, there are games for children and a sports course. In order to discover the natural riches.

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