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The Bassin Arcachon, its wild nature and its oyster farming ports are ideal for a total change of scenery.

Discover our natural heritage and the many activities offered around the Arcachon basin.

On the Ocean side, huge beaches, covered with white sand await you.... 

You can enjoy the waves and traditional water activities: swimming, surfing, sand castles...

In the evening, stop in one of our many oyster shacks to taste the fresh oysters of the Basin.



The Arès salt meadows nature reserve was founded in 1983 to protect the rich flora of the largest salt meadows in Aquitaine. It offers an unprecedented continuity of natural environments between the wooded dune and the sea, including 200 ha of salt meadows.

Due to the interplay of tides, salt meadows are made up of diversified micro habitats. They are home to rare and protected plant and insect species that support very specific ecological conditions: temporary cover by seawater and the presence of salt in the ground. The attentive visitor will be able to observe, in addition to the green lizard, many species of birds (herons, ducks, curlews, blue throats with mirrors...) or even marten and otters for the lucky ones.


Bassin d'Arcachon

Escape with family or friends to the most beautiful tourist sites in the region

The Pilat Dune (Highest dune in Europe),

  • Bird Island,

  • The tip of Cap Ferret,

  • The Arguin bench,

  • The magnificent city of Arcachon and its famous winter city

Around the campsite, you will enjoy various leisure activities for the greatest pleasure of the whole family and even take guided tours of the Arcachon basin.



Known as "la Belle Endormie", Bordeaux is also classified as a "City of Art and History". It is the second city in France with the highest number of classified monuments, just after Paris and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Museum lovers?

Bordeaux will charm you with its many museums!

Atlantic Ocean : Plage du Grand Crohot

Camping des Abberts is only a few minutes from the beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. The nearest beach is Grand Crohot, 9 kilometres by road and 11 kilometres by bike. From the campsite take the direction of Cap Ferret.

The beach of Grand Crohot in Lège-Cap-Ferret is one of the most popular beaches on the Cap Ferret peninsula. It is also the ocean beach closest to the city centre of Lège-Cap-Ferret and the neighboring cities of the Arcachon basin. This fine sandy beach extends for several kilometres towards Le Porge in the north and Grand Piquey in the south.

There is only a supervised area in summer on this beach, at the large car park (1500 spaces) and restaurants. After the blockhouse, in the south, it is possible to practice kitesurfing, even in summer.

The beach is supervised from early June to mid-September, so it offers all the advantages of a day at the beach with family or friends, sunbathing, swimming in complete safety or thrilling on the waves of the Atlantic Ocean.

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