Popular Accommodations in Vendays-Montalivet
- Silver Coast on the Atlantic Ocean
- 17 kilometres to the beach
- Parc de l'Aventure
- Tour de l`Honneur
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Kilometres of beach and breathtaking nature of moors, forests and pastures are an excellent environment for a varied bathing holiday on the French Côte d`Argent. Not far from the wide sandy beach and within walking distance of the shopping facilities, you can spend your holidays in an attractive holiday apartment or a spacious holiday home. Similarly comfortable is your stay in the northern municipality of Soulac-sur-Mer. Away from the hustle and bustle you will also find wonderful cottages and wooden houses in a peaceful idyll inland.
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Location and orientation
Just 70 kilometres north-west of Bordeaux, in the department of Gironde in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, the municipality of 2,500 inhabitants extends. In the southwest of the country, Vendays-Montalivet runs south of the Gironde estuary and is divided into two districts. The Montalivet-les-Bains tourist district is located directly on the Bay of Biscay, while the centre of Vendays is inland.
On 15 August, the municipality celebrates the feast of the sea with shows and fireworks.
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With 2,250 hours of sunshine a year, the beach at Vendays-Montalivet attracts thousands of bathers and sun worshippers. The first-class sandy beach and the sea water of the Silver Coast bear the Blue Flag award, which stands for water quality and cleanliness. On the 17 kilometre stretch of beach you will find nudist areas, beach sailing, surfing courses and kayak hire.2. Vitality in the moor forest
A few metres from the sea is the adventure park Parc de l`Aventure, in the middle of a forest. The facility offers twelve nature activities with thrills and fun activities. You can climb treetops in the climbing forest, take part in sumo ring fights, go full throttle on the go-kart track, jump on trampolines or mini golf.3. Historical insights
The Tour de l'Honneur is located in the neighbouring municipality of Lesparre-Médoc. The tower of honour of Lesparre was built in 1154 as part of a castle complex and is the only remnant of the medieval complex. On four floors, the museum is dedicated to the living quarters of the lords of the nobility, and branches off knight's armour or tools of the period.