Who does not know La Rochelle, the sandy beaches of Royan, Fort Boyard, or the picturesque islands with their colorful shutters? But Charente-Maritime is not only this, as there is also Le Marais Poitevin, refuge for migrating birds, or Saintes and its remarkable historic monuments that date back to the height of the Roman Empire. Let's not forget the exceptional number of hours of direct sunlight here and food that will delight fish and seafood lovers! It is certainly a much sought after destination, and consequently, property can sometimes seem to be expensive, especially on the coast. So, why not look for an old village house, or an old mill around Saint-Jean-d'Angély or Jonzac? If it is the sea that attracts you, look at the houses in Saint-Georges-de-Didonne, charming family seaside resort.