Top 6 of the most beautiful views of the sky in the territory

Between land and sea, the territory has natural spaces rich and varied. Let's get up high to admire its unusual and captivating landscapes. It is then that certain curiosities are revealed... The earth transforms into a living canvas of colors, textures and shapes. Of the resorts at the Seudre and Gironde estuaries, the panoramas offer us shades of greens and blues. Wild landscapes rub shoulders with lands shaped by man according to the reliefs. We embark on a captivating journey where the balance between human activity and nature remains fragile. Discover Royan Atlantique seen from the sky through previously unpublished aerial images.

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1. Sandbanks in Bonne Anse Bay

The face of the Bonne Anse Bay evolves with the winds and currents. The comings and goings of the tide dig channels in the sandy islets which constantly change shape and place. Nesting place for migratory birds, the site is classified Natura 2000.

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2. Clears and channels of the Seudre

At the crossroads of fresh and salt water, theSeudre estuary draws a real patchwork sheltering numerous plant and animal species. Formerly dedicated to the cultivation of salt, the clears are today intended for the refining of Marennes-Oléron oysters.

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3. Tons of hunting near Mortagne-sur-Gironde

La ton hunting is a tradition that is passed down from generation to generation at the edge of theGironde estuary. The tons are cabins installed near marshes and bodies of water to track wild ducks and other waterfowl.

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4. Inland wine landscape

Along the Seudre and Gironde estuaries, on lands composed of limestone and clay, the vines flourish in the mild oceanic climate. They will give birth to fruity wines, Charentais, Pineau and Cognac wines.

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5. Crossing of trenches in the Coubre forest

The north of the territory is covered by a mixed pine and holm oak forest. Planted by man in the XNUMXth century, it is today partly designed for the practice of outdoor activities. The trenches then serve as landmarks in this labyrinth.

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6. Maritime heritage on the Sentier des Douaniers

The sea has played an essential role in the development of human activities, thus shaping the landscapes of our coastline. THE maritime heritage bears witness to these interactions like the Terre-Nègre lighthouse or alternatively squares in Saint-Palais-sur-Mer.

Contemplating the beauty of the Royan Atlantique Destination from the sky puts the presence of water on the territory. The diversity of its natural environments reminds how important it is to preserve them in order to ensure a sustainable future for our environment.

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