Cap Breton is a welcoming city full of charm with a fascinating story to tell. Walk through its paved streets, which used to ba calles "les baènes" (the whales) and are often named after famous sailors and captains who lived here. Marvel at the "Maison des Anglais", sumptuous timber-framing houses and discover many homages to Boris Vian, who stayed in Cap Breton for a while and met his wife.
Farmer's market of Gamarde-les-Bains
What better way to immerse in the local culture than a trip at the farmer's market? Each Friday morning, the farmer's market held in Gamarde-les-Bains is a great way to discuss with local producers and taste typical products of the Landes. Fruits, vegetables, cheese, cold meats...The hardest part will be choosing!
Musée de la Maison de la Dame de Brassempouy
This museum and geological theme park takes you on a prehistoric trip. Enjoy a guided tour during which you'll discover the remains of this fascinating era, as well as tools and art pieces. In the ArchéoParc, you'll get to see demonstrations of flint cut and fire starting as well as historical reenactments for a true immersion.
Hump on board of Carpe Diem for a resourcing sailing trip. Captain Philippe Ducamp welcomes you on his ship to make you discover the Golf of Gascogne.