Sainte-Marie-de-Ré is the oldest village on the Ile de Ré, the cradle of local traditions
Sainte-Marie-de-Ré is the oldest village on the Ile de Ré and it is, without a doubt, the cradle of local traditions.
How to exploit the riches of the land and the sea to live? This is what the Magayants will explain to you, these farmers - winegrowers who become fishermen during high tides.
You will discover the locks which are fish traps made up of stone walls. Covered at high tide, the low walls retain the fish when the tide goes down. The fish locks are part of the heritage. They served the population and protected the coast
Sainte-Marie-de-Ré is also the meeting point for surfers who are particularly fond of this wild coast, especially during competitions.
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