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Five year-old Milan puts on a wetsuit for the first time ever. He’s been playing at “being a surfer” for months...
“La Marcelle”, a vintage sloop from 1935, invites young and old alike on-board for a trip around Fort Boyard and a...
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A favourite area for the grey heron, and home to a wide variety of plant species.
Get ready to discover Arcachon Bay (known locally as the Bassin d’Arcachon), a lagune that opens out onto the ocean, making a sort of inland sea. Oyster farming, fishing and sailing are the bay’s main activities. In the centre lies ‘the Isle of Birds’ and its huts built on stilts.
The first Saturday of December you can, with the oyster farmer, fisherman, winegrower and restaurant of the 45 hut of the Oyster Port (Port Ostréicole) of Andernos-les-Bains, participate in tastings of oysters, white wine of the Entre-2-Mers and tapas.
If you walk through the port you will find bands, sea songs, exhibition of our local artists work, parade of ancient rigging, fireworks...
Free access, Port Ostréicole from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.