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Capbreton is situated in the south west of France on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, in the department of Landes and the region of Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charente.

The numerous blockhouses found on the beaches of Capbreton bear witness to its historical past and the impact of the Second World War.

The seaside resort has everything necessary to making sure you have a fun and comfortable outing: spas, restaurants, bars, night clubs and a casino. Whether you’re going away with family or friends, you’ll find that Capbreton has something for everyone.  

When talking about extreme sports, Capbreton is an excellent place to visit notably due to its large variety of water sports. It is famous for its quality waves, thanks to the sandbanks that create powerful, hollow and tubular waves – ideal for experienced surfers.

If surfing is not your cup of tea, not to worry, there are numerous other activities you can practice such as bodyboarding, bodysurfing and kitesurfing. If you make your way near the Pyrenees, you can even try your hand at canyoning and climbing – with this never-ending list you’ll be spoilt for choice!

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        About

        Capbreton is situated in the south west of France on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, in the department of Landes and the region of Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charente.

        The numerous blockhouses found on the beaches of Capbreton bear witness to its historical past and the impact of the Second World War.

        The seaside resort has everything necessary to making sure you have a fun and comfortable outing: spas, restaurants, bars, night clubs and a casino. Whether you’re going away with family or friends, you’ll find that Capbreton has something for everyone.  

        When talking about extreme sports, Capbreton is an excellent place to visit notably due to its large variety of water sports. It is famous for its quality waves, thanks to the sandbanks that create powerful, hollow and tubular waves – ideal for experienced surfers.

        If surfing is not your cup of tea, not to worry, there are numerous other activities you can practice such as bodyboarding, bodysurfing and kitesurfing. If you make your way near the Pyrenees, you can even try your hand at canyoning and climbing – with this never-ending list you’ll be spoilt for choice!

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