The Regulus caves in Meschers is the name given to a museum managed by the municipality of Meschers, located in the cliffs of Meschers, and allowing to visit and learn about the history of the troglodyte caves and the town of Meschers. These are in fact the Caves of Regulus and the Caves of Fontaine, united in a single site in an exceptional setting. Regulus is the name of a three-master scuttled by its captain facing the cliffs of Meschers to prevent British troops from taking it over.
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Meschers, a old fishermen village , has become a nice play to stay with its small beaches, far away from crowds in Royan and surroundings.