Ars-en-Ré is a small town located on the Ile de Ré in the department of Charente Maritime on the French Atlantic coast . The town is well known for its quality agricultural productions (AOC labels) and its salt marshes. It is also a popular harbor for boaters navigating the Atlantic thanks to its capacity of more than 500 rings, the largest of the island. To see and do in Ars-en-Ré: Ars-en-Ré is a unique resort destination that is part of the association of the most beautiful villages in France. Its island offers him as a valued calm holidaymakers from enjoying nature and life of an authentic village. Hikers will find them between the unspoilt sea, salt marshes and windmills preserved in excellent condition. Of cycle paths and from the port will take you to discover the island. You will cross a haven for birds that receive close to the protection of the nature reserve Lilleau of Niges. This haven of peace open to visits home to a great diversity of species of seabirds (curlew, stilt walkers, shelduck, geese, etc.) and about 150 different plant types. At the heart of the village, the steeple of the Church of Ars stands proudly with its tip painted black serving as a landmark for sailors cruising off the island. Also found in the vicinity of the remains of military works well preserved as the redoubt of Martray or Karola battery, part of the Atlantic Wall. The corners where to sleep: Despite the small size of the village, Ars-en-Ré has a capacity of as tourists with several campsites, hotels and vi