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Climate on the isle of Oléron
Sunset on a beach near the campsite in Oléron
Squirrel and its shelter on a tree in Oléron
Family in the campsite park in Oléron
Sunglasses in front of a sunset on a beach in Oléron
Legs of a young woman on the sand of a beach in Oléron
Bicycle basket with straw hat in front of a beach in Oléron

Oléron, the island of light: where the sun meets the ocean

Couple on a hammock on a beach in Oléron

Both gentle and invigorating, the ideal climate for your holidays

Oléron is the most southerly island of the French Atlantic. It's not surprising that its climate enjoys year-round light and mild temperatures, regulated by the Atlantic Ocean.

Here, the ocean is never far away and its invigorating influence will encourage you to go on great walks or bike rides, to discover the varied flora, among southern plants and ocean flowers.

The best of the Atlantic… and the Mediterranean

With record sunshine, temperatures that are mild in winter and warm in summer and favourable rainfall, the Ile d'Oléron has a climate comparable to that of the Mediterranean, but without excessive heat and dryness.

The climate, even at the height of summer, will allow you to take part in intensive sport or enjoy an indulgent break to discover the local seafood without dripping with sweat or nodding off.

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