If you're a nature lover, you must visit the reserve Niges Lilleau des Ré Island and enjoy the wonderful spectacle of thousands of birds in migration period. From the numerous mussel farms to ancient salt mines, this reserve is inhabited by thousands of species such as curlews, plovers, spatulas, teal and geese colombáceas. You can discover the spectacle of their wings beating during guided tours or take a trip along the bike lane that links Les Portes-en-Ré with the people of Ars-en-Ré. Make sure you keep your eyes wide open because it is not uncommon to come across Scottish sheep whilst walkingamong various other animals. With these animals, the grassy areas are kept short almost all year round allowing you to see far.