Camping Sanguinet Plage is nestled between the fragrant pine trees on the shore of Lake Cazaux-Sanguinet. Sunbathing on the beach, sailing on the lake or splashing on the waterslide in the water paradise at the campsite, plenty of water fun!
Or take a bike ride through the vast pine forests of Les Landes, surf the waves of the Atlantic at the beautiful sandy beach of Biscarrosse or taste the famous oysters in Arcachon. The border between Gironde and Les Landes or Nouvelle-Aquitaine offers unlimited possibilities for a top holiday in the sunny south of France!
What can you expect at Camping Sanguinet Plage? With so many sunny hours as here in Les Landes, the outdoor life lures. Start the day sporting and join a revitalizing aqua aerobics class in the pool. Of course the water paradise has a great attraction to your children. Quick slides, the water playground, a children's pool for little ones and the deeper pool for a refreshing splash. Want variation? Hit a ball on the tennis court, play a game of beach volleyball or take sailing lessons at the sailing club. And do you come to one of the children's clubs once? Join a sports tournament with other peers, build a tree house or find the treasure. You have a lot to tell each other in the evening when you end the day with a tasty meal in the camping restaurant!
In the vicinity of Camping Sanguinet Plage The pine forests in Les Landes were only planted in the original swamp area in the middle of the 19th century. Now it is a beautiful nature area with walking and cycling routes, so bring your bike or rent one at the campsite. The Atlantic coast is known for the beautiful stretches of sandy beaches. Climb the Dune du Pilat, the highest dune in Europe! In Arcachon you eat according to connoisseurs the best oysters, but also other seafood and fresh fish are recommended. And of course you go to Bordeaux for wine. Visit one of the wineries for a guided tour or do a wine tasting in one of the wine bars in town, good opportunity to explore the city. Happy holidays at Camping Sanguinet Plage!
- Show less