Port de Vallières
Located in a natural cove protected by the rocky point of Vallières, Saint-Georges-de-Didonne was not a fishing port but a pilot port.
Since the disappearance of pilot sailing boats in the 1920s, it has been home to a few beached pleasure boats.
Consisting of a wharf ending in a slipway and a jetty built in 1810, it has been for several generations a privileged place where young and old alike meet to fish for small fish, crabs and shrimps, with a line, a scale, or at square.
The port operates according to the rhythm of the tides, on average 3 hours before high tide (pm) and 3 hours after high tide (pm).
An embarkation and disembarkation pontoon is installed along the quay to ensure the transport and safety of port users to their boats.
This pontoon is equipped with 2 water terminals and 2 electrical terminals.
A capacity of 74 rings is available to users, for boats with a maximum length of 7 meters and shallow draft.
|Opening hours from January 01 to December 31, 2023|
Animals are accepted.