Nearby Biscarrosse


Located by the sea, the Atlantic Beach complexes give you easy access to all the activities in Biscarrosse and the natural landscapes of the Landes region.


Seaside resort

Biscarrosse, a charming seaside resort in the Northern Landes, has many recreational activities in an advantageous setting:

From the Atlantic Beach complex, all of Biscarrosse-Plage is within walking distance:

  • The beach, by a marked path crossing the dune
  • Downtown, for a stroll or shopping in any of the 300 shops

  • Several restaurants


You’ll love the beaches with crystal clear waters and shallow banks perfect for children. Older children can go fishing, water-skiing, jet boating or sailing.

For walks and hiking

With friends or family, explore the Landes forest horse riding, on foot, rollerblading or by bike. The bike trails lead to the Dune of Pyla half an hour north, south to Parentis-en-Born, along the ocean and the banks of Lake Cazaux in Sanguinet. By mountain bike, one of the 10 paths will take you to Sanguinet.

Golf Course

Between the ocean and lake, the golf course is nestled in the forest, in a natural preserved green setting.
Open to all, it has, on 2 courses and 1 driving range, introductory lessons for beginners, advanced lessons, and lessons to prepare and take the greens card test.

Don’t hesitate to ask the hostesses about special offers available with our partners.


20 km north of Biscarrosse

20 km north of Biscarrosse, discover the Dune of Pyla, the ports, oyster farming and fishing villages, the Teich Bird Park. This is the Bay of Arcachon – an inland sea open to the Atlantic Ocean!

To visit it, many different walks are available to you: around “l’ile aux oiseaux” (bird island), le banc d’Arguin (Arguin sandbar), Pyla, the Leyre Delta, etc.

All year round, there’s a shuttle service to Cap Ferret from Arcachon. In the area, try sport fishing, scuba diving or skydiving.


One hour from Biscarrosse

One hour from Biscarrosse, Bordeaux, the capital of Aquitaine, has lots to see and do:
exceptional cultural wealth, with seven museums, from prehistory to decorative arts, as well as the Bordeaux Cité du Vin (wine museum). Numerous performance and concert halls will add variety to your evenings.

Antique dealers in the Chartrons quarter.
Wine bars in the Saint-Pierre quarter are interesting to try.
Lots of restaurants with patios where you can taste regional food: foie gras, tripe, porcini mushrooms, grenier médocain (local cold cut), Pauillac lamb, crispy Bordeaux cannelé cakes and Noisettine sweets from Medoc.