Discover the city of Royan
Our Logis Hotel is ideally positioned in the city of Royan so that you can easily visit everything on foot or by public transport. You will be just a few steps from the beach, where you will enjoy indulging in idleness, sunbathing, water sports and swimming. The city center is only a few meters away, we particularly recommend that you go to the covered market, open 7 days a week, to discover the specialties of the region. As you continue your stroll through the streets of the city, you will appreciate the architecture of the 50s and 60s, a large majority of buildings, and monuments such as the Notre-Dame de Royan church. End your visit with a detour through the seaside district of Pontaillac, with its casino and its sandy beaches.
Only 12 kilometers separate you from La Palmyre Zoo. At the heart of an 18-hectare forest, the Zoo de la Palmyre is home to more than 1,600 mammals, birds and reptiles, representing 110 different species. La Palmyre Zoo is committed to a process of protection and preservation of species and the environment. It's a fun and rewarding outing that awaits you.Link title
The Great Coast
La Grande Côté is one of those exceptional detours to take. Take a bike and walk a small part of the Vélodyssée, which passes through the Grande Côte. You will discover a multitude of breathtaking landscapes between marshes, the Atlantic, wild beaches of fine sand and dunes. Near the Grande Côte, do not miss the Cordouan Lighthouse, the King of Lighthouses.
The Wild Coast
The Côte Sauvage is a part of the coast, mainly made up of the Arvert peninsula. Walk this stretch of coastline, between sea and land, and discover breathtaking landscapes and numerous monuments such as the Coubre lighthouse, the remains of the Atlantic Wall, but also the seaside resorts of Ronce-les-Bains and Palmyre.
The Oyster Country
The Atlantic Coast is known for its oysters and oyster farming sites. During your stopover in our charming hotel in Royan, stop for an oyster tasting, to learn more about the oyster-farming history of the region or the profession of oyster farmer. We recommend that you make a passage through the Seudre estuary and stop at Marennes-Oléron and the Port de la Cayenne, but also at the Port de la Grève at La Tremblade.