Ideal for spending a stay near Dax and taking advantage of the proximity of the thermal establishments, the Landes campsite welcomes holidaymakers in a protected site comprising beautiful camping-caravanning pitches and mobile homes with soft architecture which integrate harmoniously with the landscape of the Landes.
30 minutes north-west of the spa resort and its ancient remains, the Dax campsite offers you a range of services and facilities designed for your comfort: indoor swimming pool and spa, but also bar and restaurant, multisports ground and rest areas. games for children.
Activities for all ages are offered to offer you relaxation and entertainment during your holidays in Dax: a mini club for children, zumba and yoga sessions, and warm themed evenings in the evening to bring everyone together. family.
Sub-prefecture of the Landes, located 35km from the campsite, Dax is a city known to the general public but which holds many secrets for those who have never had the chance to go there.
When we talk about this city, we obviously think of the ferias that take place there every year around August 15th.
Discover the festivals in the Landes.
It is during this long weekend that tourists and locals meet in a warm atmosphere that extends to the whole city, changing it into a gigantic party place in which the traditional bullfights take place. These last ones take place in the mythical Arenas of the city which date back to 1913.
What is less known is that the city is a benchmark for spa towns. Find out more about thermal cures in Dax.
Many hot springs are present there with the symbol of a fountain whose temperature rises to 64 degrees.
There are also two historic hotels in Dax, each strongly representative of its time with the Splendid, built in 1929 in an art-deco style and typical of the "Roaring Twenties" and the Saint-Martin d'Agès hotel, older and classic residence which hosted celebrities of its time such as Anne of Austria.
The latter dates from 1615 and has been classified as a historical monument since 1983.
In addition to these buildings, witnesses of their times, Dax also has ramparts, vestiges of the Gallo-Roman era and dating from the 4th century.
They can be found on the Place des Salins and inside the Théodore Denis park.
There are obviously museums, several parks and gardens in Dax, all of which allow you to combine culture and relaxation during your stay.