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Tourist tax on the Ile de Re

The tourist tax or « taxe de séjour » in French is due each year to the village of the Ile de Re in which your property is located to help finance the infra structures required for all the tourists.

Regardless of the village in which your holiday rental is located, the tourist tax is paid to the “Communauté des Communes”, the central agency which manages tourism on the Ile de Ré and collects the tourist tax on behalf of the 10 villages on the Ile de Ré.

In 2016, the basis for the calculation of the tax changed. Instead of the actual number of nights rented forming the basis for the calculation, the tax is now calculated on the number of nights the property is available for rent, whether occupied or not. 

Please click here for a full explanation of the tourist tax calculation on your holiday rental on the Ile de Ré.

You can also declare and pay your tax on line by clicking here.