You do not need a beach towel, sun cream and 29 degrees to have fun on the beach! On the beautiful sandy beaches of we can have fun all year…But do what do we do on the beach when we do not wear our swimming clothes.
Take a bowl of fresh air and enjoy the beach in winter and spring.
On the , the does not disappear inwinter, even if the ambient humidity packs it a little bit more, it is still here, faithful in both summer and winter! The good news is that you do not need to do a pre swimming wear diet, to enjoy the beach during winter or spring. :) Take your (as the sunrays reflecting on the sea and sandcan irritate your eyes even in winter) and let’s go for a! On the the and for the bravest, the , we walk all year on the beach!
is the best way to loose those calorieswhile enjoying an iodised environment, a powerful stimulus of the immune system. It is also the reason why the sanatoriums are often located close to the sea... is really good;it would be a shame to walk along the road, since such a healthyenvironment is waiting for you on the beach. Note: if you are not used to it, use , as running bare feet like in " could cause on your foot sole, due to the abrasive nature of sand
If you really want to bathe and the is really too cold, you can find happiness in the pleasant and hot waters nd in particular, t
Discover during your . All year long, from the harbours ofCharente Maritimee.g La Rochelle and Oléron,you can find to share their fishing and a . Try a day out with the crew of the, from sea-bream to Bluefin tunathere is enough to fish all year!
Contact Yannick from , from La Rochelle or île de Ré, for a boat excursion!
During your holidays, learn how to navigateexcept during the heavy squalls period. Coastal .
Even if the Atlantic Ocean is colder, it remains practicable all year. For a , a few or forthe more advancedwishing to obtain great tips amongst the local people, the are open and can provide the necessary information!
What would be a seaside holidays without the seafood? In Charente-Maritime, obviously we eat seafood and in particular oysters, they are still in season in winter (even if they can be consumed all year, they are known for being finer during the months with the letter “r”).