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Ile De Re
Saint Martin de Ré



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Description for B&B:

This is a cozy bedroom with a 140cm bed, equipped with a TV and DVD player. There is also the option to add a cot if needed. The room includes a dining area and a separate bed measuring 80cm with its own TV. Additionally, there is a covered outdoor space available for storing bikes and drying clothes. Guests have the option to prepare their own meals.

Description for Gite

This cozy cottage is all on one level, offering convenience and ease during your stay. It comes equipped with essential amenities such as a washing machine, dishwasher, electric oven, microwave oven, kettle, coffee machine, and more. Additionally, there is a handy grid available for your use.


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To get to the Ile de Re from La Rochelle, cross the La Rochelle bridge and continue for approximately 35 km to reach Marais Poitevin.



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Notes: breakfast: 6
Holiday Home 2 75 85 390 890 50 7


Animals Allowed


  • Fortifications of Saint-Martin-de-Ré: The historic fortifications of Saint-Martin-de-Ré are a UNESCO World Heritage site and offer a glimpse into the island's military past. The well-preserved ramparts, gates, and defensive structures are perfect for leisurely walks and provide panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • Ernest Cognacq Museum: Located in the heart of Saint-Martin-de-Ré, this museum showcases the local history and culture. The collection includes artifacts, paintings, and photographs that depict the island's maritime heritage, traditional crafts, and daily life.
  • Port de Saint-Martin-de-Ré: The picturesque port of Saint-Martin-de-Ré is a charming place to wander around. Admire the traditional fishing boats, colorful houses, and bustling waterfront. There are also several cafes and restaurants where you can savor delicious seafood while enjoying the view.
  • La Flotte-en-Ré: Just a short distance from Saint-Martin-de-Ré, the village of La Flotte-en-Ré is known for its quaint streets, traditional whitewashed houses, and beautiful harbor. Explore the medieval market square, visit the local church, and relax in one of the village's charming cafes.
  • Phare des Baleines: Located on the western end of Île de Ré, the Phare des Baleines (Whale Lighthouse) is a must-visit attraction. Climb the 257 steps to the top for breathtaking panoramic views of the island and the Atlantic Ocean. The site also houses a small museum on the history of lighthouses.
  • Le Bois-Plage-en-Ré: This beach town is known for its long sandy beaches and vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or try various water sports such as windsurfing or paddleboarding. The town also has a lively market and numerous shops and restaurants.
  • Salt Marshes of Île de Ré: Discover the traditional salt marshes that have been used for centuries to produce sea salt. Take a guided tour to learn about the salt-making process, the local flora and fauna, and the ecological importance of these marshes.
  • Sainte-Marie-de-Ré: This charming village offers a quieter and more tranquil atmosphere compared to the bustling Saint-Martin-de-Ré. Stroll along its sandy beach, explore the narrow streets lined with traditional houses, and visit the beautiful local church.
  • La Couarde-sur-Mer: Situated on the island's south coast, La Couarde-sur-Mer is famous for its beautiful beaches and family-friendly atmosphere. Enjoy a day of sunbathing, swimming, or cycling along the well-maintained bike paths that crisscross the village. 10. Ecomusée du Marais Salant: Located in the village of Loix, this museum provides an in-depth look into the traditional salt production methods of Île de Ré. Explore the exhibits on salt harvesting, visit the salt pans, and learn about the unique ecosystem of the salt marshes. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical sites to beautiful beaches and cultural museums, ensuring that visitors to Île de Ré have plenty to explore and enjoy.