. The Island of Re.
As soon as you pass the bridge, you can see the slender tip of the bell tower of Sainte-Marie-de-Ré which will guide you to the south coast of the island.
Between sea and vineyards, Sainte-Marie-de-Ré lives all year round. You will enjoy strolling between alleys, alleys and grubby. You will appreciate the old houses of winemakers, cellars and stills, church and chapels, witnesses of the rural heritage, the historical and cultural past of the island. A changing wild coast, beautiful in all seasons, suitable for swimming, surfing but also walking along the coastal path, fishing on foot or simply contemplating.
On the north coast of the island, visitors will discover the traditional activities related to the production of salt and oysters.
Ré la Blanche, rich in 110 km of bike paths allowing visitors to discover villages, beaches and marshes… will welcome you in any season. Many sites are to discover and make it its richness: the Whale Lighthouse, the bird reserve, the abbey of the Châteliers. enough to make beautiful holiday memories!