In Seignosse village and the Landes area you can discover touristic sites: the nature reserve and Atlantic waterpark (Seignosse) and Labenne Zoo, boat rides on the Hucher Moliets stream, the Marquèze Museum and timbered-framed farmhouses (duck farms and sand vineyards). Abundant space and nature are the real advantages of Seignosse, but it is above all a seaside resort famous for its world surfing championships, an international golf scene and a wide variety of accommodation on the beach or in the shade of pines. Seignosse is the only coastal destination in Landes to be awarded the label FAMILY PLUS, a guarantee of quality for a great holiday.
You will not get bored…
One of the most prestigious resorts on the Atlantic coast, this is one of the most famous surf breaks that has the merit of hosting the most famous surfers in the Quiksilver Pro. Do not miss the famous flea market which takes place every year at Easter which allows for great deals on all brands of world famous surf (Billabong, Quicksilver, Volcom etc)
The port of Capbreton is the gateway to a town rich with maritime history, the heart of a preserved natural environment. Nearby there are huge sandy beaches and the Landes forest; it is a unique natural area. Capbreton is located north of Bayonne and Biarritz on the coast in the southwest of France, where the Adour River ends the passage to the sea. If you like seafood and fish, this is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in France.
Enjoy the restaurants by the sea or a romantic sunset terrace lounge .
From the Basque country to Spain:Explore the picturesque Basque-colored villages (Espelette, Arcangues), hiking and mountain walks (Rhune), the streets of Bayonne with their small chocolate shops, the ports of St John de Luz and Socoa, the museum of the sea, the beach city of Biarritz, the caves of Sare, and the cities of old San Sebastian and Concha (Spain).
Visit the Aquarium or the Cité de l' Océan which are sites dedicated to discovering the underwater world, and discover the answer to all your questions
Continue strolling to the Rocher de la Vierge and the small fishing port which are true emblems of the city of Biarritz
Legend has it that sailors of Biarritz who wanted to enter the Old Port had to fight for hours against the waves during a severe storm. When they thought their last hour had come, they were attracted by a shining light that saved them and brought them miraculously to port. They would have been wrecked against the rocky island and so a statue of the Virgin and a few crosses were erected to thank her for having guided them to land.
Also, if you have the opportunity, visit a rugby match Biarritz Olympique.
With its colorful half-timbered houses Bayonne is renowned for its holiday taking place on the last Wednesday of July...
Bayonne also has pedestrianised streets where you will discover the cathedral and cloister classified as UNESCO heritage
Visit the Basque Museum, the Arena, the Botanical Garden and discover the specialities of the city with the Atelier du Chocolat
If you have the chance, visit a match of Rugby Bayonne, especially if they play against Biarritz Olympique - well worth it!
Hondarribia is the first town when you enter Spain; with its fishing port, flowered houses, its old fortified quarter and of course her street studded with bars where you can enjoy tapas. Something to do day and night.
Getting there: By road or by boat shuttle from the marina of Hendaye.
San Sebastian and Bilbao
It’s the Pearl of Cantabrian because of its beauty, and in particular its bay called Cocha.
Discover the old town, the harbour, the beaches, the Aquarium, the New Auditorium, Palais exhibition Kursaal, La House of the Peace, Mount Urgullou and the Mount Igueldo.
Shopping guaranteed all day and in the evening sample the atmosphere of typical Spanish tapas bars
Do not miss the annual international festival of fireworks on August 15
Do not miss the Guggenheim Museum
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