Ile de Ré by bike
Fancy cycling during your camping holiday on Ile de Ré? With over 110km of bike paths and relatively flat terrain, Ile de Ré is heaven for cycling fans and anyone who likes a nice little bike ride.
Now's the time to get on your bike and leave the car at the campsite
Smile, you're on a camping holiday on Ile de Ré! There's no better destination for cycling with the family without ever getting bored! Whether it be to go to the beach or market, getting off the beaten track and up close with nature or exploring the local heritage sites, your bike is your BFF.
Bike paths from the campsite lead you straight to Ars-en-Ré at the foot of the famous Phare des Baleines, then the heart of the Lilleau des Niges Nature Reserve and Fier d'Ars marsh.
Venture a little further, hop on your bike and follow the path from the little village of La Couarde to the Vauban citadel of Saint-Martin-de-Ré, the island's historic capital. Next head to La Flotte, famous for its traditional little port. Pedal a bit longer and you'll reach the foot of Châteliers Abbey then arrive in front of Fort de la Prée. These are just a few examples. There are lots of bike paths so you can go on all kinds of rides.
A multitude of signposted trails and miles of bike paths to explore
From Ile de Ré bridge to the village of Portes-en-Ré on the other side of the island via the Loix salt marshes, Sainte-Marie-de-Ré vineyards and Conche des Baleines beaches, there are all sorts of bike rides you can experience during your camping stay. Check out the cycle path map on Ile de Ré!