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Do you need to get a breath of fresh air? Then head for Hourtin! This is the destination for you in the South West of France! This seaside town really is a slice of heaven. The unspoilt natural environment is the ideal spot to unwind with family or friends. Why not choose to stay on a campsite in Gironde!
Choose to stay on a Le French Time campsite for a memorable holiday. Once you arrive, you’ll be able to just sit back, relax, and enjoy the exceptional surroundings. Recharge your batteries on a fully-equipped campsite, in Hourtin.
Do you want to stay in the great outdoors? Good news! A part of this town is in a classified nature reserve. Here, you will find the biggest freshwater lake in France. The complete peace-and-quiet and relaxed atmosphere of this place makes it the ideal location for your holiday on a campsite in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
There is a wide range of water sports on offer, on the ocean beaches or the lake. Swimming, pedalo boats, sailing... the choice is yours. The whole family will find the perfect activity.
If you like fishing, you won’t be disappointed. The Atlantic ocean is on your doorstep and is a remarkable spot for fishing. Or why not go to the lake for your favourite leisure activity. There are a great deal of freshwater fish here: carp, pike-perch, pike.
Do you like hiking? Hourtin is surrounded by forests on the North-West side. There are plenty of walking and hiking trails on offer.
The region is well-known for the authentic flavours of the local cuisine.
There are plenty of local specialities to taste, including Lamb from Pauillac, caviar from the Gironde Estuary and cannelés sweet delights.
Have you heard of the “Bouchons de Bordeaux? You will love these little almond pastries with grape flavour.
Finally, go and explore the vineyards! Find out all about how Cognac is made with a tour of the cellar. Taste - with moderation - this delicious regional liqueur.
For all these reasons and more, you won’t regret choosing to stay on a campsite in the Médoc!