Charente-Maritime is a division on the southwestern shore of France named after the Charente River. Beforehand a piece of Saintonge and Aunis, Charente-Inferieure was one of the 83 unique offices made amid the French Revolution on 4 March 1790. On 4 September 1941, it was renamed Charente-Maritime. At the point when originally made, the cooperative of Saintes was relegated as the prefecture of the office. This changed in 1810 when Napoleon passed a magnificent declaration which moved the prefecture to La Rochelle.
Amid World War II, the division was attacked by the German armed force and turned out to be a piece of involved France. To give protection against a conceivable shoreline finding, the Organization Todt developed various ocean guards in the territory. Safeguards, for example, pillboxes are especially detectable on the shorelines of the presqu'Ile d'Arvert and the island of Oleron. Tourists come here from all over the world with their family members and friends.