The 30-hectare 9-hole Golf d'Oléron 9-hole course (par 36) offers a beautiful view of Fort Boyard, the Arceau Channel and the Atlantic Ocean.
Its route has been open since 1987 in Saint-Pierre-d'Oléron, (17 - Charente-Maritime) on the Atlantic coast, nestled between the ocean and the Claires, so close.
Eco-responsible links route blending into the environment. Note for its rarity, the seaside is part of the playground.
On site: 6-hole school course and 25-seat practice.
Located on the commune of Saint-Pierre d'Oléron, within sight of Fort-Boyard, the Oléron golf course faces the Atlantic islands. In an exceptional setting, along the ocean and dunes of the east coast, the nine-hole Golf d'Oléron is a veritable setting of greenery and calm. It is also one of the very few golf courses in France where the seaside is part of the playground. The Oléron golf course faces the ocean for about 2 km, between Boyardville and the Arceau Channel.
Created in 1987 by architect Olivier Brisson, the Golf d'Oléron links course, that is to say fully integrated into the environment, is a golf 100% natural. No earthworks were carried out for the construction of this equipment.
The courses include many water obstacles and dune vegetation. They will delight both casual amateurs and more seasoned players: they will discover a fairly technical terrain, due to its narrow configuration with a slope of 140 (departure of whites) for men and 144 for women. Open all year round, the Oléron golf course covers about 30 hectares.
In addition to its 9-hole licensed course, the Golf d'Oléron also has two putting greens, a 6-hole school course and a 25-seater course. Individual and group courses are also offered. They are supervised by a state-educated professor. Internships are also organised. Different formulas, with attractive rates, are possible: introduction to the day, year-round subscriptions, notebooks of 5 or 10 green fees, children's rates...