Cote du Sud

4, avenue du figuier, Pyla-sur-Mer, Aquitaine, 33115, France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 4, avenue du figuier, Pyla-sur-Mer, is near Winter Town (Ville d'Hiver), Thiers Jetty, Thalazur Thalassotherapie Arcachon, and Casino 'La Plage'.
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    Travel Blogs from Pyla-sur-Mer

    Atlantic coastal drive.

    A travel blog entry by adventurepr on Sep 30, 2014

    27 photos

    Open fields and pines along the French coast line of the Atlantic Ocean. Typical colonial farmer towns of the country side and once at the beach, boulevards, cafes, shops, restaurants, and infinite beach breaks, some better than others. A relaxed surfers paradise for a retirement future plan. People here are respectful, conscious about the environment and aware of their surroundings, just a couple of things that doesn't click yet; they don’t ...

    Slurping oysters in Arcachon!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Sep 25, 2014

    15 photos

    ... followed by steak, fries & shallots...mmmmm!

    A long stroll along the promenade and a sea salt & carmel ice-cream cone, then off to see the largest sand dune in Europe, Dune de Pilat. Holy mackerel, it WAS huge! The dune is growing by 4.5 metres per year, and it's already engulfed a roadway, several trees and ...

    Driving South

    A travel blog entry by tonatiu on Sep 23, 2014

    1 photo

    ... the morning of the 26th. This was a source of excitement yet also provoked anxiety about breaking down, a situation which would surely cause me to miss the wedding and trip to Ireland I was so looking forward to. I drove the first part off the motorways, having initially intended to take it relatively slowly, which did provide pleasant views of some quaint french villages and classic tree-lined country roads (planted by Napoleon to shade the troops but now being cut down ...

    Gujan Mestras and things are changing

    A travel blog entry by samrabit on Sep 21, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... is a creek or indent in the coast there will be boat moorings. As a consequence boat builders are everywhere and they have some impressive equipment. The straddle lifts can go up to 5,000t.

    Everywhere you go there is a small backwater being usd for boats.
    The Acrochon Basin was an important site during the war as was Cape Feret just the other side to ...

    Life is a Beach

    A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 13, 2014

    6 photos

    ... 60 million cubic metres of sand deposited by the wind; its altitude varies from 100 to 150 metres above sea level; and its slope is steeper on the inland side than on the coastal side (the Atlantic Ocean). Every year, it advances one to five metres inland, invading constructions (houses, roads), devouring several cement fortifications built during the the Second World War, and is progressively burying the pine forest.

    After all ...