Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Île d'Oléron


The Island of Oléron is the second largest French island (after Corsica) in Europe. It is situated off the Atlantic coast of Poitou-Charentes.


Since 1966 the island has been connected to the mainland by a 2,8 km road bridge (toll-free since 1991).


Le Château d’Oléron, located at the south, is the historical capital of the island. There is a 17th-century citadel, and you can eat some delicious oysters if you're into that (I'm not).


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