Pointe de Grave: Peninsula and Estuary

A unique site in Aquitaine, the Verdon is much more than a quick stopover from the Gironde to the Charente by ferry.

The point of the Médoc peninsula, called La Pointe de Grave, is not “the end of the world” , but rather the beginning. Make it your destination, and not just a place to pass through, where the history and traditions of the region are expressed a thousand ways, making it the ideal departure point to discover the richness of the Médoc.

Vélodyssée Cycling Route

Vélodyssée Cycling Route

The Vélodyssée is a cycle route that crosses Brittany and follows the Atlantic to...

Surfing

Surfing

The Atlantic coast is famous for its surf spots. The beaches of Verdon sur Mer are no exception...

The Cordouan Lighthouse

The Cordouan Lighthouse

Between Le Verdon-sur-Mer and Royan, Cordouan lighthouse, is 7 kilometers out in the open...

Port Médoc

Port Médoc

With its interior basin of 15 hectares, the Port Médoc is a harbour, sheltered from the...

Soulac sur Mer

Soulac sur Mer

Charming village by the sea with fine sandy beaches, seaside villas and bourgeois...

Verdon-sur-Mer ferry port

Verdon-sur-Mer ferry port

Take the ferry between Le Verdon and Royan to continue your journey between Charente and...

The Matata caves

The Matata caves

For an out of the ordinary outing, the hotel Les Terrasses recommends that you visit the caves...

La Palmyre Zoo

La Palmyre Zoo

By taking the ferry, it's just one hour by car to La Palmyre Zoo from your Hotel Les...