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Andernos : Andernos

North of the Arcachon Basin, between beaches, ports and pine forests

Only 15km from the campsite, with its large jetty, its oyster port, its natural areas, its beaches and its lively town, Andernos-les-Bains is an authentic town in the Arcachon basin where life is good.

The largest pier in France One of the wonders of the Arcachon basin, with 292m long it holds the record for France. Take a walk to the end of the pier to admire the beauty of the basin, its boats and its birds. A little advice from the campsite team : go there at sunset for an unforgettable moment.

The church and the port of Andernos
The church and the port of Andernos

The church and the port of Andernos

Saint-Eloi church

On the way to the oyster port, push open the doors of this church, whose construction dates back to the 11th century, and admire its magnificent wall paintings and the remains of a Gallo-Roman villa dating back to the 4th century, all on the waterfront!

The oyster port

Go for a walk around this typical oyster port of the Bay of Arcachon, which is well worth the diversions, as the huts all have different colours. You can stroll around or enjoy a tasting of seafood with a breathtaking view of the basin.

The coastline
The coastline

The coastline

The Pointe des Quinconces

From the oyster port, follow the coastline to the natural site of Quiconces, which is home to an exceptional diversity of landscapes and environments: forest, freshwater and brackish ponds, river, old fish tanks, mudflats, salt meadows, etc. If you take the time to observe, you may come across water birds, as well as cistudean turtles and otters. Don't miss this exceptional place protected by the Conservatoire du Littoral.

At low tide

When the sea withdraws, it reveals a completely different face of the Arcachon basin, which then becomes a great playground. By following the small channels, where the water still circulates, and by walking along the foreshore (sandbanks completely uncovered at low tide), you can go fishing on foot and look for clams, cockles and crabs! For the more impatient, two swimming pools await you in Andernos.

At high tide

It's time to go to the Ile aux oiseaux and enjoy the sea spray while walking around the basin. It's also time for a swim! The beaches of Andernos-les-Bains stretch over 5.4 km of fine sand, each with its own specificity

  • The Quinconces, with its wild and authentic beauty
  • The lively beach of the pier, a stone's throw from the shops
  • The family beach of Bétey with its playground
  • The Mauret beach, quiet and shady
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Les frais de dossier vous seront offerts pour toute réservation d'un séjour hors saison (hors juillet / août.

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