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Between Biarritz and Bordeaux, in the heart of the resort of Moliets, Moliets Golf Club sits on an exceptionally beautiful site in the heart of the Landes pine forest. The Moliets Golf Club has two courses: an 18 hole course between the forest and the ocean (par 72) and a 9 hole course (par 31).
Open all the year, the Golf Club also has a restaurant, a pro shop, a service truck, three practice ranges, an approach stage and three putting greens.
Come with your family, at any time of year, and have fun at the Moliets-et-Maa mini-golf.
In the heart of the Landes countryside, you can practise your swing on the different courses.
One has 18 holes and the other, for beginners, has 9.
Young and old alike are sure to have fun on this complex.
L'Adrénaline Parc includes different leisure activities for maximum fun, among friends or as a family. On the programme: a 3 hour Adventure route in the heart of nature: 200 workshops and 250 sets of equipment from 5 years old, as well as 20 different circuits, paint-balling with 2 playgrounds, 60 sets of equipment from 8 years old, quad-biking and mini-motor biking from 6 years old. A multi-activity deal, birthdays, stag/hen dos, seminars and groups are available.
The Océafaunia wildlife park in Labenne, not far from the ocean, covers an area of almost 5 hectares of pine forest and is home to the most exotic wildlife.
Lemurs, big cats, kangaroos, camels, llamas, deer, parrots and aquatic birds all live in the park, in perfect harmony.
Perfectly acclimatised, these animals are a unique collection that anyone learn all about when they visit, which is free of charge.
With a picnic area, a mini-farm and a playground for toddlers you can spend a really fun day out there!
Currently a concert hall, this former casino was built in 1925 and designed by the architects André Granet and Roger-Henri Expert.
Listed as a Historical Monument since 1986, the golden and silver stucco ceilings and panels of the Atrium are a must see.
Fully restored at the end of the 20th century and reopened in 2005, the Atrium has been restored to its former glory.