Welcome to Camille Virgino
The Île de Ré, a jewel on the Atlantic coast.
The Île de Ré, a real treasure island... La Flotte en Ré is a typical Atlantic fishing village with narrow, wallflowerlined streets, brightly painted shutters, a port filled with white-sailed boats and a green-capped lighthouse. Close to the star-shaped citadel at St-Martin-de-Ré and just 900 m from the long, sandy Plage de l’Arnérault, the Bel Air makes an ideal base for exploring the island on foot, by bike or by boat.
The beach just 900 m away.
The cycle paths of the Île de Ré.
The location a stone’s throw from the centre of the bustling town of Flotte-en-Ré.
Beach (0,9 km)
Heated outdoor pool
Activities for teenagers
Free WiFi across the campsite
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Mister Flower Club
The busy daily market in La Flotte-en-Ré, held in the village’s mediaeval paved central square, is well worth a visit. The 12c Abbaye des Châteliers, also in La Flotte, is the oldest remaining religious building on the Île de Ré.
Explore the local area in a sailing catamaran. Half-day trips to La Flotte, Saint-Martin-de-Ré and La Rochelle; day trips to the Île d’Aix and the Île d’Oléron.
Vauban’s famous fortifications, officially designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are one of the greatest defensive constructions of their time. Here the citadel and its ramparts are laid out in the form of a star. 4km from the site. La Maison du Platin in La Flotte is a small maritime museum with a permanent collection complemented by temporary exhibitions. Baleines Lighthouse, Saint-Clément des Baleines (15km).
Take a walk in old La Flotte en Ré. Leaving the campsite turn right towards the statue of the Virgin Mary, then right again. From here you can wander through the old quarter of La Flotte with its charming 18c and 19c houses and down to the port. The Île de Ré boasts over 100km of cycle paths so why not visit the other towns and villages on the island, including Saint-Martin, Rivedoux, Sainte-Marie and Saint-Clément des Baleines, by bicycle.
La Rochelle Aquarium | Located just 900m from the beach at La-Flotte-en-Ré and close to La Rochelle Aquarium, Le Bel Air offers the perfect seaside destination. It makes a great base for discovering all the sea has to offer whether it’s the many aquatic species from the oceans of the world on display at the Aquarium or the chance to swim in the nearby Atlantic Ocean. A little further afield you’ll find that the rest of the Ile de Ré, with its famous lighthouse and unique local heritage, completes the setting for an unforgettable family holiday.