• Musée Ernest Cognacq

    Visiting the contemporary aisle of the Musée Ernest Cognacq, you will discover the main historical events of Ré. The exhibition deals with the life of Ré and its inhabitants thanks to the artistic, ethnographic and historial collections of the museum.

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  • Vallée des Singes

    Discover the largest concentration of chimpanzees in Europe. Meet the 30 primate species in a place where more than 400 animals roam within 18 hectares of a natural wooded park area. Chimpanzees, and the largest gorilla colony in France. Watch feeding-times throughout the day. Since it opened, Monkey Valley has seen over 700 births.

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  • Amphitheatre Gallo Romain

    The amphitheatre was built during the reign of Claudius in 40 AD. The purpose of the amphitheatre was to accommodate a large number of spectators for bloody and violent shows : gladiator fights and the slaying of wild animals. The site is quieter now and welcomes visitors all year round.

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  • Musée Régional de Fouras

    Over the 11th century, Fouras castle was erected to control the Charente estuary and institute a toll. A key element in the Charente's defense system, Fort Vauban hosts in its donjon the regional history museum, a duly listed "Musée de France". Ten rooms present the town's history, its environment, and - more specifically - its maritime, military and seaside past.

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  • Asinerie du Baudet du Poitou

    Visit the Poitou Farm and discover the residentsduring a guided tour, from their first steps to their different utilities (pack animals, labour, harness). Book your chosen activity now: hike with a pack-donkey, carriage rides or donkey rides...

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  • Parc de l'Etang - Sentes de Fondoire

    A 4ha fishing pond in the heart of the Scevolles Forest. The Guesnes Recreation Park allows you to experience the joys of nature in a 16 ha area where you can discover the beautiful environment through the walking paths, playground, miniature golf, archery area, ball grounds, etc.Accommodation: 2 star campsite for tourists open from 15th of May to 30th of September.

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  • Camping Municipal du Renard **

    The Renard (Fox) Campsite is a calm and shaded site, on the edge of the river below a picturesque village which descends in terraces down to the edge of the Vienne River. It is a starting point for many water activities. On-site recreation area: beach on the riverbank, fishing, hiking paths, boules grounds, mini-golf, unsupervised paddling pool, picnic area and refreshment bar. The Maison du Terroir in Queaux (a shop with local products, arts and crafts) has an exhibition & sale of regional products for you to discover.Nearby activities: canoeing down the Vienne River at Moussac, waterskiing and bungee jumping at L'Isle Jordain. Not far away is Lussac les Chateaux with its Prehistoric Museum and horse riding.

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  • Camping Domaine d'Oléron ****

    Welcome to the second largest island of France. Amongst the many activities, outings on foot or bike, or boat trips may well be on your agenda. The picturesque town centre of Saint Georges is just under a mile from the campsite, and the shops, bars and restaurants of St. Pierre are to be found one mile away. The campsite Le Domaine d’Oléron is ideally located between St. Georges and St. Pierre and offers 3 hectares of spacious pitches, many of which are under the shade of oak trees. Close to the forest of Les Saumonards, the campsite is 1 ½ miles from the beach, and 2 miles from the local port, shops and restaurants.

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