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The Landes - Basque Country


Landes boasts superb and varied panoramic views: long beaches stretching along the Atlantic, endless pine forests, lakes, vineyards on hillsides, parks and floral gardens. A unique natural world. If country walks are your thing, hike, cycle or get on a horse and get away from it all in these verdant landscapes along one of the Marsan or Armagnac Green Paths or those of the Landes de Roquefort. The water offers plenty of options: fishing out at sea or on the major lakes in the north of the department, and finish up with a boat ride on the Courant d'Huchet with its remarkably rich flora and fauna. Unique natural landscapes abound in the beautiful region that is Landes.


Leisure pursuits 

The area's proximity to the Basque Country means it is alive with folklore and a special way of life. Take your car and head down to Hendaye. After a break at the border, you can head back up via Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Biarritz and Bayonne. Get lost in the little streets and stroll among the shops, with their espadrilles, berets, cooked pork meats, chocolates and cheeses. Or why not explore Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port and Espelette You'll be amazed by the half-timbered houses decorated with their famous peppers. In the summer, the whole population comes out to celebrate at the ubiquitous ferias.. 



What could be better than a fine local meal? The tasting begins with a plate of tapas: asparagus, corn, pine kernels, Bayonne ham and foie gras, before continuing with Landes garbure, and a soup topped with vegetables. Then try, some duck breast, farm-reared chicken or a side of Chalosse beef, washed down with a glass of Tursan wine with its delicious hints of liquorice. For dessert, go for the kiwis grown locally on the banks of the Adour, or for the real foodies, a Landes pastis or a tourtière –filling cakes made in the local tradition. And why not finish off with a fine glass of Armagnac – to be consumed in moderation of course.