Tour de la Grosse Horloge
Inter-Îles has sailings from Easter to early November to Fort Boyard (adult/child €20/12.50), Île d’Aix (€26/16.50) and Île d’Oléron...
Tour de la Chaîne
To protect the harbour at night in times of war, an enormous chain was raised between the two 14th-century stone towers at the harbour...
It's possible to climb the 36m-high, pentagonal Tour St-Nicolas.
The two auditoriums at La Coursive host regular world music concerts, nondubbed art films, theatre and dance performances.
Opened in the 1950s as a small seafood café, André grew so popular it began buying adjacent shops. There's now a maze of interconnecting...
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Tour de la Grosse Horloge information
The gateway to the old city, Tour de la Grosse Horloge is a steadfast Gothic-style clock tower, with a 12th-century base and an 18th-century top. For safety reasons, it’s not possible to enter.