Holidays in Seignosse
Beaches, forest, location … For your summer, Seignosse ticks all the boxes. Come spend your holidays in an enchanting place with many attractions. Explore its charming village with artisanal shops, with a pediment to play Basque ball or petanque and a period wash, not to mention its typical houses. Venture into the surrounding nature: in two steps, find yourself in a forest of pines and oaks for an idyllic walk. Not forgetting, of course, the seaside: you can enjoy it from the Penon, a lively area on the beach, or by venturing on the 6 kilometers of paradise beach that runs along the village.
Book a stay in Seignosse
For a large stay at low cost, opt for camping: with sea views and many types of accommodation (mobile homes, cabins, but also pitches to rent to park your camper or your caravan), it offers a solution suitable for all projects and groups!
Tourism and places of interest in Seignosse
Spend your holidays in Seignosse, it is the guarantee of a stay closer to nature with many excursions in perspective. In Seignosse itself, do not miss out on Seignosse-Océan: alive and warm, this district offers you the best of the village with a view of the sea. To discover a hidden facet of Seignosse, venture to the ponds: restaurants and boat trips await you in a setting with abundant fauna and flora.Vous want to shine around the village? From Seignosse, you can easily access the Landes and the Basque Country – or even Spain! A must visit: Mont-de-Marsan. This legendary city is full of secret corners to discover: the museum Despiau-Wlerick, a botanical garden, the House of the Lady of Brassempouy and its remains of the Upper Paleolithic … And, of course, the many statues that can be seen in any the city and the most unexpected places. Finally, for the happiness of children, visit the Labenne Zoo where animals frolic in large natural areas. Pelicans, kangaroo, flamingos, wolves … A great diversity of species live there in almost freedom. The favorite area for toddlers: the goat pen, open access, which allows children to approach the animals.