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Oleron Island: The Must-Do Activities

Oleron Island: What to do when you get there?

Oléron is a French island situated in the Atlantic Ocean is part of the Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charente region. The island is connected to France by a bridge allowing people quick and safe access to the island and vice a versa.

There are many extreme sports that can be practiced here, especially activities that can be enjoyed in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, such as surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing.   

This area has a wealth of monuments and natural landscapes. Oyster farming, sea salt production and wine-production are typical to the area, guaranteeing you an unusual backdrop to your sports getaway.

Oléron has whole-heartedly accepted the green culture by installing many cycle lanes, encouraging people to cycle instead of using fuel consuming vehicles.

The island has 25 different beaches where you can practice surfing almost daily thanks to its various spots, enabling you to catch as many waves as possible in the Atlantic Ocean!

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            Oleron Island: What to do when you get there?

            Oléron is a French island situated in the Atlantic Ocean is part of the Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charente region. The island is connected to France by a bridge allowing people quick and safe access to the island and vice a versa.

            There are many extreme sports that can be practiced here, especially activities that can be enjoyed in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, such as surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing.   

            This area has a wealth of monuments and natural landscapes. Oyster farming, sea salt production and wine-production are typical to the area, guaranteeing you an unusual backdrop to your sports getaway.

            Oléron has whole-heartedly accepted the green culture by installing many cycle lanes, encouraging people to cycle instead of using fuel consuming vehicles.

            The island has 25 different beaches where you can practice surfing almost daily thanks to its various spots, enabling you to catch as many waves as possible in the Atlantic Ocean!

            See more

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