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Our holiday rentals on Ars-en-Ré - Ile de Ré

Ars en Re - 1300 inhabitants - name of the inhabitants: casserons
Ars is a village with 1300 inhabitants located between the villages of La Couarde and Saint-Clement des Baleines. As you head towards the end of the island, your gaze will be drawn to the black and white church tower...
6 holiday rentals match your criteria

Sleeps

9 people

Aquarel - holiday rental in Ars-en-Ré
A completely new holiday home in the very centre of Ars with a 200 m² enclosed & sunny garden

Price from

€ 770 / week

Sleeps

8 people

Manon - holiday rental in Ars-en-Ré
In the very centre of the village, fully restored charming house opening onto a 50 m² sunny courtyard

Price from

€ 750 / week

Sleeps

2 people

Nikita - holiday rental in Ars-en-Ré
In the heart of Ars en Re, like a love nest, a luxury bohemian style apartment which opens onto a large sunny terrace

Price from

€ 860 / week

Sleeps

8 people

Tandem - holiday rental in Ars-en-Ré
Modern style and all home comforts in this delightful holiday villa next to the port of Ars-en-Ré & the cycle path

Price from

€ 1080 / week

Holiday rental Loft

Ars-en-Ré

Sleeps

2 people

Loft - holiday rental in Ars-en-Ré
Ideal for a few nights away together, elegant apartment with a sunny terrace overlooking the church, the roofs of the village of Ars & the horizon

Price from

€ 860 / week

Sleeps

8 people

Vogue - holiday rental in Ars-en-Ré
In the very centre of the village, between the harbour and the church, a house full of charm & character with a lovely sunny courtyard

Price from

€ 1050 / week

As you head towards the end of the island, your gaze will be drawn to the black and white church tower which is still used as a sea mark by sailors and which belongs to the church of Ars (yes it really is pronounced arse), and is the symbol of one of France’s most lovely villages. Its narrow streets lined with stone built and white washed houses and the ubiquitous hollyhocks all converge on the port and the summer market, which is possibly the best on the island.

Lying around 100m from the church, the marina is dominated by the former railway station, opposite the famous Café du Commerce, one of the trendier restaurants on the Ile de Re. The marina and harbour are accessible by a channel which slips through the salt marshes.

The salt marshes which surround the village are an invitation to long bike rides towards La Couarde via Le Martray (the narrowest point on the island), or towards Saint-Clément and Les Portes via the breathtaking nature reserve and bird sanctuary of Lilleau des Niges. Everywhere you look, magical sights await you, especially at sundown when sky, sea and salt weave together in an enchanting palette of colours.

On your way back from the beach or from a bike ride, or after wandering around the tiny streets, stop off at the church square and enjoy a coffee on the terrace of one of the cafés, and breathe in the smell of pure sea air.