Bicycle rental for adults, children, trailers and followers on the campsite

Campsite Ile de Ré > Bike rental Ile de Ré

Any Rétais will tell you: theisland of Ré can be visited by bike. Cycle tourists can take advantage of a 110 km network of cycle paths linking the ten communes. These safe, well-maintained routes pass through the varied landscapes that are so characteristic of Ré la Blanche: marshes, woods, coastal landscapes… The island is only 30 km long, with no major changes in altitude. So you don’t have to be a cycling enthusiast to enjoy cycling on vacation at La Tour des Prises, camping ile de Ré.

Rent a bike to visit the Ile de Ré directly from the campsite

Package rates for cycle hire (in €). A deposit is required, preferably by cheque or credit card (returned on return of the rented cycle).

All our cycles are equipped with anti-theft locks and baskets free of charge (while stocks last). All children under 12 must bring their own helmets.

Safe cycling facilities on the Ile de Ré

All our bikes come with freelocks, baskets (while stocks last) and mountain bike lighting kits.

Child seat: €1/day (if bike rented), €2 (rented alone). For intermediate times not displayed, please contact reception. Take to the cycle paths on theIle de Ré, starting at the entrance to Les Prises campsite.

Bike helmet not included. All children under 12 must bring their own helmets.

Discover the Ile de Ré with your bike!

Children’s or adult bikes, electric bikes, trailers… Each member of your tribe has found the bike that’s right for them? Pedal with your hair blowing in the wind, and keep your eyes wide open!

To get your bearings, start with an 11.4 km discovery circuit around La Couarde. This itinerary is one of the Ile de Ré’s many cycle paths and is accessible to children. Allow around 2 hours for a leisurely ride. You’ll see the beach, vineyards, marshes and local heritage. A great way to get a taste of what’s in store!

If salt marshes appeal to you, choose the Chemin des marais. This fabulous 18.5 km circuit around the Fier d’Ars will take you back in time to meet the salt workers and unravel the mystery of salt harvesting, an activity that flourished on the island in the 19th century and continues to this day.

From the campsite, you can also reach Saint-Martin-de-Ré for a stroll along the harbour dominated by the Vauban fortifications, Le Bois-Plage-en-Ré and through the woods to Rivedoux-Plage.

To get to the western part of the island, you’ll need to take the cycle path that runs along the coast from Saint-Martin. You can then turn right to go to Loix, or continue straight on towards Ars, Saint-Clément-les-Baleines and Les Portes-en-Ré.
A bicycle information point has been set up at Bois-Plage (Gros Jonc). You’ll find another in Rivedoux (Sablanceaux), Ars-en-Ré (Le Martray) and Les Portes-en-Ré (Maison du Fier).

After your cycling trip on the Ile de Ré

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