The parc is simple but friendly and features a swimming pool; children's play area, games room, snack bar and a small shop. This area of France is famous for its oysters and potatoes and there are many restaurants scattered through the island's villages where you can enjoy the authentic dishes. For the more energetic, the waters of Ile De Re are great for water sports enthusiasts where you can enjoy windsurfing, sailing and yachting. Why not leave the car at the parc and hire yourself a bike from the local village? With over 60 miles of adapted cycle tracks, which link all of the beaches and main villages, you can really enjoy this magnificent island and its slower pace of living to the full.
Regional airports at Nantes and La Rochelle make fly drive an easy option. Alternatively, ferries to St Malo, Caen, Cherbourg and Roscoff are available.
Whether you fancy staying in one of our modern holiday homes, lodges or a tent, you can be sure to step into quality, detached accommodation, complete with your own outdoor space that you're free to enjoy however you like. Indoors, everyone can enjoy their own space in separate bedrooms and self-catering facilities at your fingertips will give you the freedom to dine in if you fancy.
The spectacular Tour d'ile de Re Yacht Festival is held on 7th May; the Bordeaux Fete de Vin, a celebration of the region's most famous export runs from 1st to 4th July; Francofolies celebrates French music ans song at La Rochelle between 12th and 17th July, and the weekly Summer Music Festival is held at Pauillac from 22nd July to 26th August.
Service Charge £7 per unit per night.
Facilities Passes FREE.
PAY ONLY £9.50 April 15, 18, October 14, 17