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Stay Fouras les Bains

Discover the peninsula of Fouras-les-Bains

Fouras-les-Bains is a seaside resort located on a wooded peninsula about twenty minutes from your campsite l’Abri-Côtier near La Rochefort.

Visits and discoveries to do in Fouras

Discover the peninsula of Fouras-les-Bains, its vast sandy beaches, its villas and its three fishing and pleasure ports.

The peninsula is home to a lush forest planted with holm oaks and pines. It offers holidaymakers a green and relaxing setting.

This former fishing village has preserved and enhanced its historical and architectural heritage. A must-see, Fort Vauban is home to the Regional Museum of Fouras which traces the history of the resort. From the Museum, access the terrace of the Donjon and enjoy a breathtaking view of the Pertuis Charentais and the islands of Charente.

Holiday Fouras les Bains

Discover the oyster city

Fouras-les-Bains is closely linked to oyster and mussel farming. In summer, on the Pointe de la Fumée, you will be able to observe the rows of collectors, who come to collect the precious oyster spat … Check with the tourist office for visits to the parks.

You can also go around the peninsula aboard the Scoubidou, the little tourist train of Fouras.

If you are looking for a campsite near Fouras les Bains, contact l’Abri-Côtier on 05 46 84 81 65.

Oyster farming

The beaches of Fouras-les-Bains

With its five beaches, the peninsula of Fouras-les-Bains extends its fine sand over 4 kilometers.

You can admire the island Madame from the beach of Esperance and enjoy the proximity of the city center by going to the Grande Plage also called West Beach.

The South Beach or Coque Beach, will allow you to have a little shade thanks to its “black locust trees”.

For sports activities, go to the North Beach, facing the Bay of Yves for wild games of Beach Volleyball !

Do you want to walk and enjoy fishing on foot ? Head to Fort Enet, on the beach of the Virgin with a view, in the distance, of Fort Boyard and its surrounding islands.