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Camping Au Val de Loire en Ré Reviews

Le Bois Plage en Ré, Ile de Ré

From Caroline

Charente Maritime, Ile de Ré

The campsite is nice and well located. 900 meters from the beach and at the foot of cycle paths: what a joy! The team is welcoming, warm and above all attentive. It is a very beautiful and family campsite where you feel good.

Everything is in place to spend a pleasant holiday with friends or family. It has a heated swimming pool for adults who know how to swim and a water playground area for the little ones. A multi-sports ground is available to play basketball, football, etc.

What to do or visit on the Ile de Ré around the campsite?

The Bois-Plage-en-Ré market is the largest on the island and above all the closest to our campsite. (4km from the campsite)
Sainte Marie en Ré is a charming little town 15 minutes by car from the campsite which organizes a magnificent little market on Place des Tilleuls every day from April to September. You will enjoy strolling between alleys and alleys, will appreciate the old winegrowers' houses, cellars and stills, church and chapels, miller's house and enclosed gardens... witnesses of the rural, historical and cultural heritage.
Located on the western tip of the Île de Ré, the Phare des Baleines is a must-see. From its height of 60 meters, this lighthouse offers an incredible view of the Île de Ré and the Atlantic Ocean (22 km from the campsite)
The salt marshes: At the beginning of the 19th century, there were thousands of salt workers on the Île de Ré. Today, there are only about sixty left to harvest “white gold”: salt. This is also why you should not waste time, and take advantage of your stay to tread the salt marshes, a true cultural heritage of the Island.
For lovers of two wheels, know that there is an 18.5 km circuit (37 km round trip) which will offer you a superb 2-hour bike ride through the salt marshes.
There are many other sites to see such as the Atelier Quillet, Fort La Prée, the Lilleau des Niges Nature Reserve or the “Anes en culottes”.

How to get to the Ile de Ré? Nothing's easier !

Located between Nantes and Bordeaux, the Ile de Ré is connected to the mainland by the Pont de l'Ile de Ré, allowing you to reach the island from La Rochelle without difficulty. At the exit of this bridge, it takes you about 20 minutes to reach the APV Au Val de Loire en Ré campsite, which is located in the town of Bois-Plage-en-Ré.
It takes 4h30 by car from Paris, and about 2h from Bordeaux or Nantes.
By train, the nearest station is La Rochelle. A shuttle connects the Ile de Ré every day in summer.
For the airport, that of La Rochelle is connected to several cities in France via different companies.

You can't get bored on the Ile de Ré !

Whatever period you choose to come to the Au Val de Loire campsite, you won't go wrong! Moreover on the Ile de Ré, the climate is favorable everywhere during May, June, July, August, September and October.