Nestled in the department of Charente-Maritime, Arvert Unveils town bordering the coastal river Seudre, not far from its estuary. A picturesque town where Coubre forest rub shoulders, clear (formerly salt marshes) and freshwater marshes, all spread through formerly cultivated plains. A unique landscape and character to this city that has survived the centuries since the Roman era while keeping its authenticity. Land and sea have long been exploited together, refusing the implementation of any industrialization.
Now dedicated to tourism and oyster farming, particularly renowned for its oysters "Marenne-Oléron" Avert has diversified while retaining the typical natural heritage of the peninsula. This ideal holiday resort where the green is intertwined with the sea is an exceptional natural site, source of well-being and relaxation.