Arrondissement of Saintes

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Saintes
Arrondissement
Country France
Region Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Department Charente-Maritime
Communes 88
Subprefecture Saintes
Population (2013)
 • Total 128,259
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km² as well as the estuaries of rivers.

The arrondissement of Saintes is an arrondissement of France in the Charente-Maritime department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. Since the January 2017 reorganization of the arrondissements of Charente-Maritime, it has 88 communes.[1]

Composition[edit]

Cantons[edit]

The cantons of the arrondissement of Saintes are:

Communes[edit]

The communes of the arrondissement of Saintes, and their INSEE codes, are:

  1. Arces (17015)
  2. Balanzac (17030)
  3. Barzan (17034)
  4. Berneuil (17044)
  5. Beurlay (17045)
  6. Boutenac-Touvent (17060)
  7. Brie-sous-Mortagne (17068)
  8. Burie (17072)
  9. Bussac-sur-Charente (17073)
  10. Chaniers (17086)
  11. La Chapelle-des-Pots (17089)
  12. Le Chay (17097)
  13. Chenac-Saint-Seurin-d'Uzet (17098)
  14. Chérac (17100)
  15. Chermignac (17102)
  16. La Clisse (17112)
  17. Colombiers (17115)
  18. Corme-Écluse (17119)
  19. Corme-Royal (17120)
  20. Courcoury (17128)
  21. Cozes (17131)
  22. Cravans (17133)
  23. Crazannes (17134)
  24. Dompierre-sur-Charente (17141)
  25. Le Douhet (17143)
  26. Écoyeux (17147)
  27. Écurat (17148)
  28. Épargnes (17152)
  29. Les Essards (17154)
  30. Floirac (17160)
  31. Fontcouverte (17164)
  32. Geay (17171)
  33. Gémozac (17172)
  34. Les Gonds (17179)
  35. Grézac (17183)
  36. La Jard (17191)
  37. Jazennes (17196)
  38. Luchat (17214)
  39. Médis (17228)
  40. Meursac (17232)
  41. Migron (17235)
  42. Montils (17242)
  43. Montpellier-de-Médillan (17244)
  44. Mortagne-sur-Gironde (17248)
  45. Nancras (17255)
  46. Nieul-lès-Saintes (17262)
  47. Pessines (17275)
  48. Pisany (17278)
  49. Plassay (17280)
  50. Pont-l'Abbé-d'Arnoult (17284)
  51. Port-d'Envaux (17285)
  52. Préguillac (17289)
  53. Rétaud (17296)
  54. Rioux (17298)
  55. Romegoux (17302)
  56. Rouffiac (17304)
  57. Sablonceaux (17307)
  58. Saint-André-de-Lidon (17310)
  59. Saint-Bris-des-Bois (17313)
  60. Saint-Césaire (17314)
  61. Sainte-Gemme (17330)
  62. Sainte-Radegonde (17389)
  63. Saintes (17415)
  64. Saint-Georges-des-Coteaux (17336)
  65. Saint-Porchaire (17387)
  66. Saint-Romain-de-Benet (17393)
  67. Saint-Sauvant (17395)
  68. Saint-Sever-de-Saintonge (17400)
  69. Saint-Simon-de-Pellouaille (17404)
  70. Saint-Sulpice-d'Arnoult (17408)
  71. Saint-Vaize (17412)
  72. Saujon (17421)
  73. Semussac (17425)
  74. Le Seure (17426)
  75. Soulignonne (17431)
  76. Talmont-sur-Gironde (17437)
  77. Tanzac (17438)
  78. Tesson (17441)
  79. Thaims (17442)
  80. Thénac (17444)
  81. Thézac (17445)
  82. Trizay (17453)
  83. La Vallée (17455)
  84. Varzay (17460)
  85. Vénérand (17462)
  86. Villars-en-Pons (17469)
  87. Villars-les-Bois (17470)
  88. Virollet (17479)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Arrêté préfectoral, 30 December 2016, p 110" (PDF). Retrieved 2017-07-28.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 45°45′00″N 0°38′00″W / 45.7500°N 0.6333°W / 45.7500; -0.6333