We set ourselves the goal of developing a range of flowers of salt and sea salt with 100% organic spices of typical products of the island of Ré, and promoting the quality image of the island through its regional products in France and abroad.
The Ile de Ré is located on the Atlantic coast opposite La Rochelle to which it is connected by a bridge 3 km. With an exceptional climate, it enjoys a microclimate all year. On the South Coast, beaches lined with dunes hide wooded forests of pines. On the north coast, settled several picturesque harbors where fishing and oyster farming develop. Within the island are cultivated vegetables (potato, asparagus) and vines. Finally, in the North West between Loix en Ré and Les Portes en Ré, is discovered 1,500 hectares of marshes: Home land of thousands of migratory birds and crop land for salt workers who harvest salt on 350 hectares of salt production.
SAINT MARTIN DE RÉ
The capital of the island. It is surrounded by high star citadel in 1625 to defend against the English. The city has several doors, Porte Royale, studded with a shift prevention system: Organs. The port was also included in the defense. He enjoyed a prosperous time in the fifteenth century, with trade relations with Pay-Holland and the New World.
SAINT CLÉMENT OF WHALES
From this village, stands the lighthouse built in 1853. Whales Around, the semaphore are built and protected from the lifeboat, facing the vast ocean.
ARS EN RÉ
The inhabitants lived, as in Loix, exploitation of salt. You can not miss the St Etienne church, with its black and white bell tower that served as bitter.
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