Mirambeau is located in Upper Saintonge south of the Poitou-Charentes, 1 hour from Bordeaux and the Atlantic beaches (Royan).
A beautiful and undiscovered region of France, the Poitou-Charentes is defined by the sea and its gently flowing rivers. Bordering the Atlantic Ocean, Poitou-Charentes lies in between the Loire Valley, the Gironde River, and the Limousin region. Its seafaring history began in La Rochelle during the medieval era and flourished through the Renaissance, while Rochefort-sur-Mer served as a naval port for King Louis XIV in the 17th century. The riverside towns of Poitiers and Angoulême are famous for their religious importance and stunning ancient Romanesque churches.
rom rugged coastline to enchanting marshland, Poitou-Charentes has one of the most varied landscapes in France. Sunbathe on gorgeous beaches along the Côte de Beauté (Coast of Beauty). Escape to idyllic islands and relax on pristine sandy shores. Visit small villages, shop at artisan craft boutiques, and indulge in authentic cuisine. Poitou-Charentes is renowned for its fresh oysters and mussels, seafood stew, and special Barbezieux chicken only found in this region.
1 La Rochelle
2 Poitiers Churches: Saint-Hilaire-le-Grand & Sainte-Radegonde
7 Château de La Rochefoucauld
8 Ile de Ré
9 Marais Poitevin
10 Ile d'Oléron