Plage de Chatelaillon, Chatelaillon-Plage

(4/5 based on 600 reviews on the web)
Plage de Chatelaillon was once home to the fortress Castrym, the capital of Aunis. Before the castle was destroyed in the 16th century, it was seized by William X, then the Duke of Aquitaine. All that's left of the castle now is a small hamlet in the swamp. Put Plage de Chatelaillon at the forefront of your travel plans using our Chatelaillon-Plage trip itinerary planner.
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  • A revenant of the 1970s would recognize the sad extent muddy and silty of the time in this beautiful and vast sandy snatched from the sea, off, range and which stretches lazily along this pleasant resort, transfigured as she, over the last quarter century.
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  • Visit two days under a winter storm. Once at high tide, the next day at low tide. Beach in length with a port at its southern end. Small white barrier. Sand on its length and 100 m in width. Very silt then. Wind and rolls because the sea was very dark, Brown... See summer in calm weather. Small villas style throughout, restaurants, not buildings. A small one-way road borders the embankment.
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  • It is always with great pleasure that we find the beach of Chatelaillon. The atmosphere is quiet and much family. No parisianism, that Aboriginal people who simply enjoy the sea panorama. As a family, we always appreciate the small tour around the Park-miniature golf course made available by the municipality. Congratulations to the maintenance of this small resort staff.
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  • Very nice beach (we had in late August - early September), clean with shops of quality (counter of the sea, the sea hotel, bakery next to the carrefour city).
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  • Nice beach 2km on 50 m from Sandy, flat bottom of sand (muddy background in low tide). Several points shower all along the beach. Only big downside, beach without wave...
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  • Beautiful sandy beach; ideal for young children because the bottom is flat; There are showers in several places on the beach, useful because at low tide, there is mud.
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  • Very nice beach. But watch out for the jellyfish.
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  • Armored summer but empty winter
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