Le Pavillion Bleu

75, avenue de l'Ocean, Lege-Cap-Ferret, Aquitaine, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 75, avenue de l'Ocean, Lege-Cap-Ferret, is near Winter Town (Ville d'Hiver), Thiers Jetty, Thalazur Thalassotherapie Arcachon, and Casino 'La Plage'.
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    Travel Blogs from Lege-Cap-Ferret

    Atlantic coastal drive.

    A travel blog entry by adventurepr on Sep 30, 2014

    27 photos

    ... br> We are camping in different places every day, waking up either to the sound of the birds, the waves or the trees and Cindy’s amazing meals through out the days have been a blessing of life and love from the universe. Now we are in Seignosse, Hossegor and Capbreton at the Quiksilver Pro France. Nice ambience and lots of surfing!!! Yesterday evening I paddled out in front of the contest main stage after JJ Florence won his heat over Sebastian ...

    Slurping oysters in Arcachon!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Sep 25, 2014

    15 photos

    ... apparently, a hotel! I ran up to the top so I could take photos, no easy task, as walking in deep sand is very good exercise indeed! Luckily there was a set of stairs and a rope handrail for going up, and I plunged through the sand barefoot on the way down, quite fun, actually!

    Quelle magnifique façon de passer la journée...
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    Driving South

    A travel blog entry by tonatiu on Sep 23, 2014

    1 photo

    ... There were some inspiring sights though, such as harvesters working the large fields under powerful floodlights, with the backdrop of a quite spectacular sunset, giving the sensation of being witness to an alien yet human world, of which I am but an insignificant neuron, a single cell in the flow of humanities blood cruising down a motorway into darkness, a sort of Bladerunner style vision of a dawning future age... I definitely experienced a mixture of ...

    Gujan Mestras and things are changing

    A travel blog entry by samrabit on Sep 21, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... local light house still operates. (And has a heap of steps to get to the top.)
    Every small town has its own church in the town square. Some are ver impressive inside - love to do a gig in a few of them.
    Near Archaron they claim they have the biggest mobile dune in the world. Moves about 1m per year and attracts hoards of tourists.
    And now on to Spain


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    Life is a Beach

    A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 13, 2014

    6 photos

    ... a few days enjoying everything Arcachon has to offer.
    The Bassin d'Arcachon is one of my favorite places in France, located in southwestern France a huge bay lined with oyster farms open to the Atlantic that has become a playground for the Bordelaise who spend August and increasingly September at the fine sand beaches, dining in excellent restaurants, riding bikes through the myriad trails, shopping at the covered market or just being ...