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In the 16th century near the point of Cornard today featured a fortress known as Castrym Allionis, the old capital of Aunis. On August 1130, the Duke of AquitaineWilliam X of Poitiers, sieged the château. The leader of the place Isembert deprived its troops. The rest of the fortress were totally despaired in the 16th century, a small hamlet with bells of the swamps. During the 19th century, it had agricultural area in Boucholeurs. At the end of the nineteenth century, it was linked with rail, it constructed its first baths bains de mar with numerous villas.
Today, the location of the mediaeval château is uncertain, it may also located by the Turge.