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Nearby.Services

  • Nearby Villages: Montendre (3.6km), Jonzac (19km), Mirambeau (15km),  Blaye (30km)

  • Nearby Cities: Saintes (68km), Bordeaux (68km), Royan (67km)

  • Supermarkets : Montendre, Mirambeau and Jonzac

  • Petrol Stations : Montendre

  • Doctors : Montendre (+33 05 46 49 58 58) 

  • Hospital : Jonzac, Blaye and Saintes 

  • Pharmacy : Montendre

  • Veterinary : Montendre (+33 05 46 49 42 03) 

Local
Markets

France is famous for it's range of local and seasonal markets. Twin Lakes has plenty on it's doorstep for you to experience and discover. 

  • Tuesday Night (July and August) : Food and Drink - Montendre

  • Wednesday Night (July and August) : Food and Drink - Jonzac

  • Thursday Morning : General - Montendre 

  • Saturday Morning : General - Blaye

  • Saturday Morning : General - Bordeaux 

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Local.villages

Twin Lakes is central to many French Villages that host a variety of markets over the year. Whether you want to explore the wine shops of Saint-Emilion or the historic citadel in Blaye. We can guarantee that there is something for everyone to see and do in these traditional French villages. 

  • Jonzac - 19km

  • Blaye - 30km

  • Cognac - 53km

  • Talmont - 52km

  • Saint-Emilion - 64km

cities

From the small villages to the large beautiful cities. France can offer beauty and culture in all shapes and sizes. 

There is a train station nearby that may travel to the city of your choice.

 

  • Bordeaux known for its Gothic Cathédrale Saint-André, 18th- to 19th-century mansions and notable art museums such as the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux. - 68km

  • Royan seaside resort town on France’s Atlantic coast, at the mouth of the Gironde estuary. Its sandy beaches include the 2 km-long, south-facing La Grande Conche with its sheltered waters. The town also has belle epoque villas and modern, postwar architecture such as the concrete Notre-Dame de Royan church. - 67km

  • La Rochelle center for fishing and trade since the 12th century, a maritime tradition that's reflected in its Vieux Port (old harbor) and huge, modern Les Minimes marina. The old town has half-timbered medieval houses and Renaissance architecture, including passageways covered by 17th-century arches.- 133km

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Beaches.&.attractions

Animals, sea-life, dinosaurs.... France has it all! For more information click on the links below. 

nature.&.water

If you prefer water activities or quiet walks you can choose from a variety of locations. 

  • Beauvallon, Montguyon - a beautiful, clear lake surrounded by woodland. This is a hidden treasure. With a restaurant, children's play area and water sports, it is a favourite with a lot of Twin Lakes guests. 

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