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The charm of pea coatsis the oceanare

Inspired bythe surrounding landscape, the Cabanes Océanes site has been designed to make your stay a unique, comfortable and rejuvenating moment, on the edge ofthe pine forest of the Flamand national forest, at Montalivet beach.

The cabins are made of wood, built on stilts on the sand dune of the coastal strip, with the cottage version of elegance and modern design, our wooden house quatre slopes version of the fisherman's cabin and our Zen cabin with a more rustic character but offering all the comfort, and located on the forest side. The entrances to each wooden construction are independent.




An ideal location for a stay on foot or by bike

The ocean cabins are ideally located in Montalivet beach, 500 m from the market and the beach street made up of restaurants, ice cream parlors, shops, bakeries, newsagents, supermarket, pharmacy. The area is quiet, away from the hustle and bustle of the market. The ocean cabins overlook a cul-de-sac with very little noise or traffic, and parking is open and free. Everything is within walking distance from the house (market, beach, restaurants, shops, Spar supermarket at the end of the street and Aldi supermarket 1 km away).

The residential area is very quiet, the atmosphere inside our property is  relaxing, close to nature with the Flamand national forest 50 m away giving access to the sea 350 m away on foot. the location is ideal for surfers, who can go into the water with the surfboard under their arm. Bus stops 500 m away towards Lesparre/Bordeaux/Soulac (ocean campsite stop) - Vélodyssée (trans-European cycle path) and Camino de Santiago 50 m away.ast at 50 m

We will be there to show you the nice places and assist you if necessary but your stay will be in complete privacy.

like a wooden pontoon, the access path to the zen ocean cabin highlights the natural spaces

The guest room - zen ocean cabin

view of the ocean lodge from the street, with yellow brooms in spring and 4-season mimosas

The ocean lodge rated 3 stars

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