Façonnage : Piqué métal | Auteur(s) : Éric Audinet
The Island of Ré, crisscrossed by footpaths and cycle tracks, is a place to enjoy slowly, taking time to appreciate its many different landscapes. Visitors quickly succumb to the charms of this wonderful little island only 25 kms long because of beautiful villages such as Saint-Martin, Ars, Les Portes to name but a few, and its inimitable white cottages with brightly-painted shutters and rows of hollyhocks against the walls. Then there are the unspoilt beaches along the west coast and the more sheltered beaches at Fier d’Ars. Nature lovers will adore the famous Trousse-Chemise Wood, the salt marshes, the vineyards and the nature reserve at Le Lilleau des Niges, a paradise for birds. And from the top of the citadel designed by Vauban, there are superb panoramic views. This book describing the island’s environmental and historic heritage provides insight into a fascinating place.
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