ARCACHON

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L'Anderenis Boutique Hôtel
ANDERNOS-LES-BAINS · near ARCACHON (41km)
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Le Patio
ARCACHON · near BORDEAUX (64km)
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Villa du Moulleau
ARCACHON
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Book a hotel or gourmet restaurant in ARCACHON

Ideally located on the Atlantic coastline and adjacent to Gascony's Landes Forest, the Arcachon Bay is easily accessible by train from some of the country's major cities like Paris, Bordeaux or Nantes. Highly appreciated for its charm, beautiful landscapes and mild climate, the attractive town of Arcachon is among the Atlantic Coast's most renowned seaside resorts, along with Biarritz, Les Sables-d'Olonne and La Baule. While this Gironde Department administrative seat is especially appealing during the summer, it remains a treat to discover any time of year. This seaside resort's quarters have even been given names inspired by the seasons.

  • Prepare your stay in the town of Arcachon
  • Find a hotel from which to explore Arcachon
  • Book a charming hotel to set off and discover Arcachon Bay
  • Book a restaurant in Arcachon

Prepare your stay in the town of Arcachon

The resort town's Winter District, occupying higher ground, became as of the 19th century the preferred locale for impressive villas, at a time when bathing in the sea was popularised. Travellers will enjoy strolling the beautifully landscaped lanes among villas with names like Toledo, Trocadéro or Brémontier until reaching Mauresque Park. The Saint-Paul footbridge, designed by none other than Gustave Eiffel, leads to the Sainte-Cécile Observatory, offering a lookout point tucked away to gaze at the spectacular view.

The town's Spring District, nestled in a bucolic setting amidst a pine forest, sits adjacent to the Pereire Beach. This district also encompasses the Sainte-Anne des Abatilles springs, which have contributed greatly to the resort's reputation. The Summer District, home to Arcachon's oldest sector and emanating out from the Place des Marquises, is the perfect spot to enjoy seaside fun. Be sure not to miss a visit to the Basilica of Notre-Dame. Adorned with picturesque homes, the Autumn District features both the fishing port and marina. Life in this "four seasons town" revolves around the sea. Travellers will enjoy discovering the Arguin Bay Nature Reserve, a spit of white sand extending at low tide over a length of 4km. The must-see Île aux Oiseaux island and its famous wood houses perched on stilts come into view during a cruise at sea. After a day filled with leisure and discovery, visitors will cherish the ritual of an evening stroll along the coastline taking in the sunset, which is particularly stunning on Arcachon Bay.

Find a hotel from which to explore Arcachon

An ideal destination for organising family holidays, outings among friends or an intimate stay, Arcachon Bay and its adjoining region propose a wide selection of charming hotels. The establishments selected by les Collectionneurs pull out all the stops to ensure for their guests the finest reception services. The spacious rooms and suites are decorated with taste and elegance, helping make the stay in Arcachon a truly memorable one. Couples will appreciate their superior quality accommodation or luxury suite layout, whereas families with children will be made comfortable in specially arranged communicating rooms. Some establishments also offer a babysitting service upon request. With travellers' comfort always in mind, these hotels take special pride in the quality of their beds and moreover feature fully-equipped bathrooms, with either a bathtub or shower. Amenities like WiFi and a flat-screen TV are available in the majority of rooms.

To recharge the batteries, travellers need only lay out near the outdoor heated pool or get in some relaxation time at the hotel spa's wellness centre. Sports enthusiasts can take advantage of the hotel's very own extensive nautical and physical activities programme. Golf, horseback riding, sailing and even sea kayaking are among the leisure activities easily practiced in the region.

Book a charming hotel to set off and discover Arcachon Bay

While the town of Arcachon is undeniably worth a stop, the surrounding areas are every bit as charming. A marvellous natural site, the Pilat Sand Dune, the tallest in Europe, offers a magnificent view from its summit overlooking both ocean and forest. On the Bay's other bank, the salty marshland nature reserve, interspersed by populations of gulls and fishing huts, provides the perfect opportunity for a daylong hike. This outing will lead to the renowned Cap-Ferret Lighthouse. The peninsula invites visitors to wander and explore oyster tasting and walking along the small lanes of oyster fishing villages. Travellers can also escape to the world renowned Bordeaux wineries, just a short distance from Arcachon. In order to dive deeper into the region, why not check in to a base in Arcachon or a hotel room in New Aquitaine, either around Bordeaux or further south near Mont-de-Marsan?

Book a restaurant in Arcachon

The Arcachon Bay seafood selection inspires many a food lover, and talented chefs at restaurants selected by les Collectionneurs have the right touch in marrying oysters and sea scallops with Aquitaine's finest produce grown inland. Dedicated to an authentic traditional cuisine refashioned with creativity, these restaurateurs delicately blend local flavours with ideas imported from other destinations. During a gourmet getaway in New Aquitaine, travellers will thoroughly enjoy these dishes while tasting a local appellation wine, from Médoc to the Côtes-de-Blaye, not to forget the delicious Entre-Deux-Mers.

To allow the restaurateurs and hoteliers of our community to once again share special moments with you, and welcome you under the best possible conditions in their establishments, specific COVID-19 health measures have been adopted along with additional measures to best adapt these policies to their unique type of operations. For details of the health policies implemented, please contact the particular establishment directly.

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