The hotel is located on Via Turonensis, passing through Paris to Bordeaux. The pilgrims from Flanders, the Netherlands, Scandinavia and the Champagne, the Belgians and the Germans take this path. It’s cited in medieval’s tales of pilgrims as « great way to Saint-Jacques. » It represent a certain historical reality and allows to walk in a temperate climate.
Hostens’s Lake is a reserve for fishing and ornithology. Picnic areas are open. This tourist place is completed by hiking trails, bridle and mountain biking.
Real link between the Gascogne’sforest and the sea, the Leyre basks of 135 km.
Composed of Great Leyre, and Leyre Little Eyre, the Leyres are the backbone of the Park.
The valleys of Leyres constitute a natural heritage that is among the richest in the southwest of France.
It’s the area of terns, curlews and other gams knights. Man limiting itself to explore the cove at the foot of Tchanquées’s hut. Inside it’s a wild world, half land, half water, dotted with a few clumps of pines, clumps of heather and samphire.
Situated on La Teste de Buch town, nearly by Arcachon’s bay, it’s very impressive.
Peaking at over 100 meters, it stretches over 2.7 km in length and has a width of 500 meters, it’s the highest dune of Europe.
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At the heart of the Natural Regional Park of gascogne moors, a protected site welcomes you. The museum traces the life of the inhabitants of the great moor in the nineteenth century. At the Sabres’s station, a train whose cars are classified historical monuments takes you to this area.