After a little makeover for our Maison during winter, we are glad to welcome you from March 4th!
Biarritz, Bayonne, Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Ciboure…. These delightful seaside resorts harbour a host of festive events and places of interest.
The hinterland is not left behind, and has its fair share of beautiful villages – think Espelette, Cambo, Sare or St-Jean-Pied-de-Port – and are rich with promises of hedonistic walks in the countryside and encounters with farmers producing a whole range of delicious foods.
Just an hour drive away from Eugénie, the Béarn region and the Pyrenees mountain are welcoming you.
Heritage enthusiasts will be thrilled to visit the famous Château de Pau and the ancient Romanesque cathedral in Lescar, while hedonists will discover the Jurançon vineyards. Go a little farther up the way and you’ll reach the wild and sublime Pyrenees : Pic du Midi, Cirque de Gavarnie and unforgettable hikes.
From the vast pine forests to the dunes swerving along the littoral, from the « easy chic » seaside resorts to the beaches devoted to surfing, the Côte d’Argent is a paradise for who enjoys sports, nature and life in general.
As the culmination of your trip, you may visit places like Hossegor, Moliets and its golf course or even the Natural Reserve of the Courant d’Huchet.
The city of Bordeaux is full of surprises and rich with places of interest ! Let yourself be carried away in the delights of a boat ride, take your family to see the Water Mirror – a pleasure for children and grown-ups alike, stroll in the heart of the Public Garden, ascend the majestic Pey-Berland tower and discover the unique atmosphere of the old town.
Bordeaux is also synonymous with its famous vineyards, Saint Emilion and the “Route des Châteaux”. On this page, you will discover all the excursions you might chose to take in the area during your stay.