The cliffs of Meschers sur Gironde are limestone cliffs that border the Gironde estuary. They are located between the beach of Vergnes, the beach of the Nuns, the Conche de Cadet, and the port of Meschers. They are made up of cavities dug by water but also by man, including troglodyte caves. It is possible to visit these caves: the caves of Matata, and the caves of Régulus.
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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.