Enjoy your camping holiday to discover the island of Ré, its beautiful beaches, its varied landscapes, its unique heritage and its sweetness of life that can not be found anywhere else! A getaway full of surprises to discover new horizons!
The beaches of the island of Ré and the joys of a holiday by the sea
It has always been said that the beaches of the island of Ré are among the most beautiful in Europe. By reserving your mobile home or camping site, you will stay 800 meters from the seaside and only 1 km from a pebble beach with a unique view of the island of Ré and the coasts of Vendée. Sailing, jet skiing, water-skiing and kitesurfing are practiced all year round. The spot of the Grenettes especially attracts the fans of surfing and windsurfing. Fishing is also a popular activity for campers, so do not forget your boots, your landing net and your shell basket!
A little corner of paradise to recharge your batteries as close to nature as possible
Dune landscapes and large expanses of sand, rocky points, marshes, moors and pine forests ... the island of Ré offers a great diversity of landscapes that you will be happy to discover during your camping stay! You will be charmed by the traditional houses whitewashed, with green shutters and a bright white ... It is no coincidence that the island is nicknamed " Re the white "! The island of Ré is also the land of choice for cycling enthusiasts. Indeed, the island has more than 110 kilometers of bike paths. You will be able to discover natural places of exception accessible only by foot or by bicycle.
Did you know?
The island of Ré records on average 2600 hours of sunshine per year, making it an ideal destination for a sunny camping holiday!
Do not miss:
Discover the fortifications of Saint-Martin-de-Ré built by Vauban and inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Climb to the top of the Whale Lighthouse built in 1853 on the western tip of the island of Ré.
Take a hike on foot or by bike in the Lilleau des Niges National Nature Reserve in the north of the island.
Go to meet the donkey in pants, one of the symbols Of the island of Ré!
Visit the Ernest-Cognacq museum in Saint-Martin-de-Ré to learn all about the history of the island of Ré.