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Camping Le Bois-Plage-en-Ré

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During your holiday, discover one of the oldest seaside resorts on the Île de Ré: Le Bois-Plage-en-Ré! You’ll be totally charmed by its picture postcard scenery, between dunes, pines and waves.

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Do you know Le Bois-Plage-en-Ré? 

The oldest seaside resort on the island, lying towards its southern end, the village of Le Bois-Plage is the perfect spot to spend a holiday.

With more than 6km of beach, awarded blue flag certification in 2015, the municipality opens to the Atlantic Ocean on one side, with its gorgeous beaches and dunes, and to the pine forests and vines on the other. A village with a strong wine-growing history, during your trips out and about see if you can spot the classic period houses of the wine-growers: long facades, 2 or 3 stories high, and their doorways wide enough for the carts to pass through.

If you leave the centre of the village behind and set off to explore its surroundings, you’ll discover a vast area of woodland! You may also come across the road to the Moulin de Bellère. At one time the municipality had no less than fifteen mills!

 

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An excursion around the village by bike, on foot or on horseback! There are a host of different routes just ready and waiting for you! Fancy hitting the beach? The beaches of Le Petit Sergent, Les Gollandières and Gros Joncs are not only the most beautiful in the municipality but also great for windsurfing, surfing, land yachting and simply having fun! See who can jump highest over the waves, build the largest sandcastle or collect the most beautiful seashells! The beach, but also the dunes will be an amazing playground for your youngest and anyone who never quite grew up!

You can also enjoy exploring this delightful spot by taking a stroll through its narrow streets brimming with all the typical charm of the Île de Ré. Visit the village church and admire its stained glass windows with their maritime motifs. But don’t forget to stop off at the market, one of the most important on the island, open every day from April to September. And the town centre is always buzzing with life, thanks to its many shops, bars and restaurants! There isn’t a second to waste! Adventure here we come! 

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