Boasting a lovely location in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, in the department of Charente Maritime, La Tremblade is directly opposite the town of Marenne on the left bank of the Seudre estuary.
The town is well known as a surf spot, however it is also one of the main oyster farming centers of the Marennes Oléron basin as well as a popular seaside resort. With its wild coastline and long beach, La Tremblade is also home to the Forest of la Coubre, famous for the fragrances of resin, broom and gorse. La Coubre borders the ocean and extends over thousands of hectares.
The bike route that connects the North Cape in Norway to Sagres in Portugal crosses through La Tremblade, and in this area, the route is set up as a greenway for nearly thirty kilometers. In La Grève, part of La Tremblade, there is a cycle or hiking route known as 'Les Chemins de la Seudre'. Staying at a hotel in La Tremblade allows visitors to enjoy the pleasures of the sea and to discover a huge and fascinating forest.