Vakantie Les Landes
Vind de perfecte vakantie
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.
While you're staying in Soustons, it's a great idea to rent bicycles to get around and explore the Landes. Bike and Surf has all kinds of bikes, from kids bikes to mountain bikes and urban bikes, beach cruisers, but also tandems and even electric bikes. Whizz through the pines with the wind in your hair, and discover the villages of Seignosse, Moliets, Messanges, Vieux-Boucau and also the numerous beaches that you can access on two wheels. At Bike and Surf you can also hire surfboards, bodyboards and paddles.
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.
A stage on the route to Santiago de Compostela, Our Lady of Land's End in Soulac was built at the beginning of the 12th century.
Between the 14th and the 15th century, the area silted up raising the ground level by three meters so a new entrance had to be built for the basilica. But in the middle of the 15th century, the inhabitants of Soulac decided to leave the land to the sand and build another more accessible church.
It was only in 1859 that work was undertaken to release Our Lady of Land's End from the tyranny of the sand, but the first three meters of sand excavated were retained, so as not to undermine the foundations on the side. This Romanesque church is a UNESCO World Heritage site.