Visit Ars-en-Ré and Île de Ré during your stay at the campsite

Camping Les Dunes
Le golf de Trousse Chemise
Le café du Phare
Mini Golf – Tennis
Les confitures du clocher
Aux Frères de la Côte
L’Œil de Bœuf
Salon rétroactif
Sans Foie ni Loix
La Cabane du Fier
Les Huîtres de Trousse-Chemise
Phares des Baleines
Choose a place of departure and a destination

We are fortunate enough to be located at the heart of the island, close to one of the most beautiful villages of France, so it would be a shame not to take advantage of your stay to visit the most iconic sites nearby. You can enjoy the area’s authentic and picturesque beauty while discovering its extraordinary natural heritage. The island has its own native fauna and flora, which are ready to reveal their wonderful beauty.

Ars-en-Ré, a small village on the island

Ars-en-Ré is the result of the work of both man and nature. Indeed, Ars was originally an island, which stood close to Île de Ré and Loix. But little by little, this archipelago was able to form an individual island, allowing Ars-en-Ré to become a village at the heart of île de Ré. You’ll especially savour the charm of its little harbour, which for many years was a key location for transporting salt to the mainland. Today, it is a popular place for visitors that’s full of beauty.

You absolutely can’t miss the opportunity to explore its marvellous belfry, which overlooks the village, and the chance to take a lovely stroll through its little streets. Every day, its market welcomes you to taste fine local products.

You can’t finish your visit without a stop at the Cabane du Fier – the village’s most traditional brewery.

The beauty of Île de Ré

Of course, Île de Ré is clearly not limited to Ars-en-Ré, and a great deal of activities and sightseeing await you. You can explore the beaches all around the island, as well as the splendid ‘Phare des Baleines’ lighthouse overlooking the ocean, and even enjoy a spot of fishing from the shore at sunset.