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Fantastic rock pooling when the tides out. The rocks provide caving and shade which can be welcome. Beach is lovely and sandy but watch the underwater rocks, they're sharp. Good parking and a stroll from St Palais.
We stumbled across this walk having found the beach. We parked free at the nearby car park. Walked into the town are and headed back. Very scenic and the tide was coming in. It was around 19.40. Something odd happen. There was just 5 of...More
Photographers dream. Managed to see them in all lights and sea conditions. There are especially beautiful in heavier seas and if you catch the sunset behind them they look quite surreal. Well worth visiting.
A must-do for the area! The stone walled paths winding along lead to stairs and giant rocks you can climb and play on- watch the waves and boats. I think we spent an hour here (though the walk doesn't take that long)
The costal walk ways along the whole coastline from Royan up to La Palmyre are some of the best views. The path ways are very winding and up and down in places, but the views are really rewarding. My two little dogs enjoyed it too,...More
This is a short and interesting walk from Royan centre along the promenade and coastal path with view back towards the ferry jetty and Ferris wheel. You can either walk or cycle but it is rather exposed to the sun and not much shade to...More
The whole area is fabulous especially when there is a market on, the beach here is incredible with things to do for the kids and great toilet facilities, needed when spending the day on the beach. Make sure you take plenty of beach stuff, umbrellas,...More
If you like walking this is interesting paths just a short distance from the Town. Good for picnics, we have parked at the Devils point and had our picnic after a walk. The walk along the beach and the bay is very good and the...More