The Charentais countryside and the Atlantic waves
The Club Med La Palmyre Resort emerges from La Coubre Forest, a huge pine forest with dunes washed by the waves of the Atlantic Ocean at the gateway to a land rich in treasures of every sort: the Charentais vineyards, oyster beds and the salt marshes of the Île d'Oléron and some of France's most beautiful towns and villages such as Mornac-sur-Seudre and Talmont sur Gironde. Foodies are in seventh heaven here: the land and sea come together to offer an incomparable culinary experience. The fifties-style charm of Royan and the unspoilt Côte Sauvage coastline of La Palmyre create a typically French seaside ambiance. In the distance is the Phare de Cordouan, the last French open sea lighthouse to be open to the public.