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Arès : Arès

Between nature and the lake

Located between Andernos-les-bains and Lège-Cap Ferret, 20km from the campsite, the town of Arès is a natural setting on the water's edge.

The Salt Meadows of Arès

The Prés Salés nature reserve is the largest in the region. Between wooded dunes and meadows, the canal that connects it to the sea winds its way through a wide variety of landscapes. According to the Arès inhabitants, new colours are discovered every day. It is the natural habitat of numerous species, the best known of which are the eel, the otter and the cistude tortoise.

Saint Brice and the oyster port
Saint Brice and the oyster port

Saint Brice and the oyster port

The natural site of Saint Brice

This protected natural area stretches between Ares and Andernos. It is one of the last vast natural areas on the coast of the Bay of Arcachon. This site is made up of a harmonious group of freshwater ponds, a natural aquarium, a stream and an estey.

This pond, dug in the 19th century and developed, is one of the most popular walking routes in Ares. It has its sources in the Médoc ponds and flows into the Arcachon basin.

The oyster port

Like most of the communes of the basin, Arès has its oyster port where the huts are colourful. You can simply stroll around and soak up the authentic atmosphere of the place. You can taste seafood or take a seafood platter to go in one of the restaurants open during the season.

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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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