Hotel on the Ile de Ré » Ile-de-Ré Hotel by the Sea

Les Grenettes beach is directly accessible on foot from your hotel, and is an open air playground for the whole family. When you stay at our hotel by the sea on Ile-de-Ré, you can enjoy the outdoors every day: walks along the coast, water sports, fishing, swimming or board sports. At only 300 meters from your vacation home, Les Grenettes beach is a vast expanse of sand and pebbles. You can laze in the sun, fish off the shore at low tide, build sand castles, and play in the waves. Surfers love Les Grenettes beach, but it is still a family-friendly place with a wide variety of activities. This pristine beach is a symbol of the whole island: authentic and natural, facing Ile d’Oléron and the open sea, it is a true escape.


Your hotel by the beach on Ile-de-Ré

To the east, Les Grenettes beach meets Montamer beach which borders Grand-Port Cove in Sainte-Marie-de-Ré. Montamer beach is located near the wooded park of the same name, and is monitored by lifeguards in July and August. There is a parking lot and toilets on site. Montamer beach is only a 20 minutes’ walk from the hotel. It is the perfect balance between facilities and wild nature: there is a fast food restaurant and activities for children, like go-karting, in the summer. The large expanses of sand are perfect both for children’s games and laying out in the sun. At low tide, the rocky areas reveal magical marine life.


Rent a bike on the beaches of Ile-de-Ré

Our bike rental service at Les Grenettes by the sea allows you to follow the beaches along the coast: you can explore the island to the east from Les Grenettes beach to Notre-Dame Cove, or head back along Les Gollandières beach. Sailing schools for everyone are located at the halfway point. You can access several kilometers of beaches, lined with dunes and pinewoods, right from your hotel. Wide and facing the open ocean, surfers, swimmers, hikers and swimmers can all enjoy their favorite activities on these beaches.

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