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Lovely little town inside its remparts, another Vauban gem. Interesting place to wander around and there are now lots of little bars and resaurants to cater for all the tourists and localsMore
Date of experience: February 2019
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BrouageTourisme, L'équipe de Brouage at Citadelle de Brouage, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
First of all, thank you for your review !
Next time you are around, please feel free to come into the tourist office. We will be more than happy to provide more informations about our village and the surroundings.
Hope to see you...More
Went here as a stop on our journey South. It is approached along small winding roads but is certainly worth going.
The citadels is more or less intact although in the French way parts have been rebuilt. The ramparts are good to stroll around giving...More
What a lovely, fascinating place to visit. Walk around the ramparts at your own pace? Information panels (in French and English) explain the history. There are a few shops and cafe/bar/restaurants but it is almost devoid of traffic and really peaceful. We ate an excellent...More
Enjoyed visiting this place, good shops under the arches with a range of interesting products. Good restaurant, la Belle Époque for a light lunch and nice walk round the ramparts which wouldn’t of been suitable for disabled and rather dangerous for young children as it...More
This is the first time I have been to Brouage for some years. It is a pretty town that has benefited from recent investment. It is a walled town and you can walk the walls in parts. It is no longer on the coast but...More
Good rampart walk around the town giving fine views over the surrounding countryside and giving great opportunities for bird watching especially for buzzards and kites. The military buildings still exist and the church has a good exhibition showing the towns historical links to early settlers...More
Great views from the walk round the ramparts. Interesting tourist based gift shops with a wide variety of products and prices, friendly owners. Lots of cafes, we had delicious steaming hot chocolate. Car parking is outside the village and although it was easy to park...More