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Aires in Conty and Briollay


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Herri - 2009-11-17 11:05 AM


We are planning a trip to the La Rochelle area and were thinking about overnighting at these Aires.

Has anyone any experiences - good or bad - that they could share with us.




Hi, Stopped at Conty a few times as an overnight stop over. Have not had any problems finding a spot here although each time there seems to be a couple of long term residents. It is close enough to the village to walk in and there are the usual shops. The timber yard can be a bit noisy if you are there during the week but this is only during work times (0900-1700). There is a van delivering bread each morning.


Hope that helps



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Stayed at Conty many times. It is a real gem well worth more than an overnight stop; if you need a place just to switch off, relax and watch horses trotting past then this is it. On grass so some pitches can be muddy in wet weather and trees mean you need to select your pitch for sat. T.V. No charge for services, although think we recall you need a smaller than usual threaded adapter for water hose connection. Aire is lit all night and adjacent road is very quite. Enjoy.

Not stayed at Briollay so can not help on that one.


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For La Rochelle I would recommend the P&R at Place Jean Moulin Vieux Port, there is a shuttle bus into the city centre included in the parking cost. It was 5 Euro in Dec 08 but may be 10 Euros in high season. The only downside is that the P&R is closed on a Sundays and the railway can be a little noisy. The GPS is

N 46 ° 9 '9.18'' W -1 ° 8 '23.5788''

The aire at St. Martin de Re on Ile de Re is also worth a visit.

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