The lodgings are located between La Rochelle and Rochefort in Charente-Maritime.
6km from the sea, they are 10 minutes from Chatelaillon-plage
In this former province of L'Aunis, the village is housed between the soft marshes of the old shores and the cereal plain.
The lodges are open all year round.
Outside these hours, you can access your cottage
by taking the keys from a code box.
The Rochelais micro-climate of this coast runs from the Marais-Poitevin to Royan. It is described as a temperate oceanic climate of the Aquitaine type, marked by significant average sunshine.
With 2,250 hours of sunshine per year, this coast is less than 400 hours on average from the Var, the sunniest department in mainland France
Temperatures are moderated by the influence of the ocean, especially with the ocean current Gulf Stream which has as its main destination the islands of these coasts. It regulates the winter and summer thermometer.
The strength of the wind can vary greatly depending on the season and even during the day. However summer is often calm, with only late afternoon sea breezes.
The immediate vicinity of the coast is always windier than inland.
The dwellings being 6km from the sea, they benefit from summer thermals but without the excesses of the seaside.
The most invigorating period includes the months of November to March. However, squalls or thunderstorms are possible all year round.