The island is generally, frankly, pretty naff. Endless tacky back-to-back breezeblock bungalows, muddy beaches, and second-rate restaurants selling overpriced seafood. Horrendous traffic (even off-season), and nothing much to do or see, make a visit quite disagreeable. Two exceptions were a) good, fresh, cheap oysters from a stall at Dolus market, and b) a meal at Ile d'O. It's not on the seafront with a view of endless mud & seaweed or the stench of rotting shellfish, but in a small street just off the centre of the village of St Trojan. Our meal was superb, and at € 24 a head with wine, probably the best value we'd found since leaving the Médoc. Small and probably packed in summer when the bungalow people arrive, there were plenty of locals there when we ate so booking is essential.
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