Villa Victoria - La Noue - Ste Marie en Re

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  • Villa
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: Villa

Villa Victoria - La Noue - Ste Marie en Re

Our beautiful Ile de Re villa Victoria (completed in 2006) is in a quiet location near the village of La Noue, on the south coast of Ile de Re, only 100 metres from the beach. Please ask to receive National Press article. It has a heated swimming pool.

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Situated at 13km from La Rochelle on the west coast of France, Ile de Re is connected to the mainland by an elegant 3kmtoll bridge.

Ile de Re is made up of ten villages, where the traditional architecture of the region prevails.Cycle trackscriss-cross the island passing through vegetable gardens, pine forests, open meadows and marshlands to reach wonderful sandy beaches. ...Read more

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Villa Victoria - La Noue - Ste Marie en Re
Sainte Marie de Re, Poitou-Charentes, France

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The areas of La Noue and des Grenettes are part of the village Sainte Marie de Ré, on the beautiful southern side of Ile de Ré. There are some lovely beaches as well as oyster farms and beach fishing.
Sainte Marie has wonderful little streets and alleys with ancient wells, bursting with flowers. There are 2 lovely squares with bars, cafés and other shops and daily markets: la Place des Tilleuls at La Noue, and la Place Antioche at Sainte Marie de Ré. The atmosphere is welcoming and vibrant with shops and locals selling their produce both in the day and evening.
Sainte Marie has been recognised as a Station Verte Vacances (an eco-friendly resort) since 2002 and is primarily a family resort, especially noted for its rural feel and vineyards which are still of major interest to the village. There are many excellent cycle rides and pedestrian paths. There are 2 bike hire shops at La Noue and at Sainte Marie.
Located at the seaside, the old lime kiln of La Noue houses the new Maison du Magayant. It presents the cultural, biological and environmental heritage of the island's foreshore. Here there is a permanent exhibition showing fish locks, oyster farming and fishing from the shore, the traditional Magayant way of life, and also the environmental protection of the islands beaches.
Considered the oldest village on ile de Re, there is also the Gothic bell tower of the Notre Dame de l'Assomption church. Tourist Office staff offer a guided visit of the church and old village.
For the more sporty, the Golf des Pertuis is in Sainte Marie de Ré, or there are sailing, boat trips, canoeing and horseriding. Or to be really pampered there is the Thalasso centre too.

There are many restaurants, bars, brasseries, pizzerias. Here are a few recommended by our clients: L'Antioche at the Place Antioche at Sainte Marie de Ré; Atalante at the Port Notre Dame, open all year with fresh local produce and an ocean view; Les Tilleuls and l'Escale at Place des Tilleuls at La Noue; Les Grenettes on the Bois Plage road.
As for shops, here again are some of those recommended by previous clients: Place Antioche has the post office, a butcher and boulangerie, a newsagents, a florists, a interior decor shop and a hairdressers; at La Noue there is a fishmongers, a boulangerie called La Nougatine, and La Biscuiterie, and delicatessen called La Cailletiere which sells regional produce and wines and a newsagents. There are also 2 taxi firms and local doctors and dentists if required.



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