The Côte Sauvage [English: Savage Coast], on the Atlantic coast of France, is in the Charente-Maritime department. The coastline starts near La Palmyre, north of Royan, and stretches northwest around the point La Tremblade. L’île d’Oléron, France’s second-largest island (after Corsica) is just off the Côte Sauvage.
- Côte Sauvage on the Atlantic Coast, Charente-Maritime Accessed July 2010
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