Located between Landes (Capbreton, Hossegor) and Pays Basque (Bayonne, Biarritz), the Seignanx is the perfect place to stay in a preserved setting.

The Seignanx is a territory of the Landes : ocean beaches and pine forests, estuary and « Barthes de l’Adour », connected cities and more discreet villages, industrial port and  aeronautical pole… An alternative and innovative territory, strongly  committed to Sustainable Development and the Social and Solidarity Economy.


This is where the largest dune land in Europe starts. Between Ondres and Tarnos, 8 kilometers of beach allow both peaceful sunny naps and invigorating family swims. (monitoring is provided from mid-June to mid-September).
Those who know how to swim can enroll in certified surf schools to learn how to glide on waves necessarily ideal: We are just between Hossegor and Biarritz, the 2 «capitals» of surfing in Europe. Between 2 sand castles, the youngest can take swimming lessons at the beach club. Whether for sleeping, eating, playing, reading, sunbathing, diving, surfing, walking, running, fishing (surf casting).


The Landes forest is the largest cultivated forest in Europe. Initially planted to fix the marsh, the man then devoted himself to maintaining it, exploiting it, cutting it, replanting it… Furniture, paper or products made from pine resin are all possible uses.
This incomparable natural area offers you a variety of activities such as hiking: Alone or with family; on foot, on horseback or on wheels… You can run through pine trees on an asphalt bike path that can be used for cycling, skating or rollerblading. It is part of the largest European cycling route: the Vélodyssée. Walkers and joggers prefer the marked trails under the pines of Ondres or Tarnos.


The Seignanx countryside is an alternation of hillsides and valleys punctuated with authentic small villages. Pine forests, deciduous forests, corn fields, orchards, streams, parks… many landscapes are accessible thanks to the many marked trails that allow the discovery of a respected and maintained nature. Here, we are talking about rurality, authenticity and «tradition of well living» where gastronomy dominates…
In the barthes de l’Adour or the Orx marsh reserve, wildlife and plants are more discreet: the site of Arremont (CPIE) or the house of the  marsh will allow you to better know these wetlands and to observe its  inhabitants, whether permanent or seasonal (herons, storks, cranes,  etc.).