One Sunday morning in 1977, Ludovic GARÉCHÉ came to increase the population of Mortagne-sur-Gironde, and since that day, he never left.
He attended school at the village school and then obtained his various degrees in various fields such as management, accounting, and construction, including that of building study technician among the companions of duty.
He then turned to law studies to strengthen his legal knowledge.
He was able to prove his worth by first opening a Masonry / Roofing / Sanitation company, which allowed him to enrich his experience in building techniques.
But his initiative, his thirst for ambition and his sense of commerce led him to open his first real estate agency, on the port of Mortagne-sur-Gironde.
Seeing the ever-changing market, he opened a second agency in the town center of Mortagne-sur-Gironde and a third in Saint-Genis-de-Saintonge, on the main axis.
His status as a Real Estate Agent and his technical knowledge allowed him to become a Real Estate Expert trained by the FNAIM.
He is also very involved in the community of his hometown and its surroundings, through his position as deputy mayor but also through his investment in associative life for several years within the LIONS CLUB of Royan among others.
Ludovic GARÉCHÉ loves his region and strives to highlight it, his dynamism promises new projects to come ...
Sector of Mortagne-Sur-Gironde:
Enjoying a mild and sunny climate, an exceptional green setting, the municipality of Mortagne-Sur-Gironde is located in the southwestern part of the department of Charente-Maritime, on the right bank of the estuary of the Gironde, halfway between the towns of Blaye, south (in the department of Gironde), and Royan, in the north. It belongs to the canton of Cozes and the district of Saintes. It is located 25 kilometers from Royan, 30 kilometers from Saintes, 40 kilometers from Blaye, 73 kilometers from Bordeaux and 80 kilometers from La Rochelle, current prefecture of the department.
The city is divided into two distinct entities: the ancient city, camped on a cliff, is organized around its church and its local shops located along the main street, while the port below, is bordered by old mills. Some of the houses have been converted into bars, restaurants and shops, making this part of the city a must-see economic center in summer. A few meters away, stands a monolithic hermitage, dating back to the first centuries of the Christian era.
Since 2011, the commune has also belonged to the "Stone and Water Village" network, a label initiated by the General Council to promote exceptional sites with the particularity of being located at the edge of a stretch of water (sea, river , pond ...)
With its 75 km long and 12 km wide, the estuary of the Gironde, the largest and best preserved of major European estuaries, extends the Bec Ambès, where meet the Dordogne and the Garonne , at the Atlantic Ocean, between the Pointe du Verdon and Royan.
Straddling the departments of Gironde and Charente-Maritime, this natural area is an exceptional place, where the unspoilt nature gives it its wild character, and offers a mosaic of landscapes: enigmatic islands, hillsides planted with vineyards , marsh, mudflats and cliffs.
The commune of Saint-Genis-de-Saintonge is located in the south-west of the Charente-Maritime department , in the region of Aquitaine, in the old province of Saintonge . Established in the heart of the Charente countryside, near the forest of the Lande and not far from the banks of the estuary of the Gironde , this small city is one of the balancing poles of the canton of Pons .
Crossed by one of the most important arteries of the department, the D 137 , which drains daily a large traffic, it concentrates trade, services and some companies.
Saint-Genis houses adapted infrastructures in the field of education (schools, college), culture (media library, cinema) or health. The development of tourism, driven by projects in the area ( Port-Maubert site, Pôle nature Vitrezay , West Indies Jonzac ), is also due to the geographical situation of the town, close to the spa town of Jonzac , the medieval city of Pons and Royan and the beaches of the Côte de Beauté .