25 March 2024

Campsite near Capbreton

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Vacations in Capbreton 3 star campsite

Located just 30 minutes from Capbreton in the south-west of France, the camping Landes is the starting point for beautiful discoveries on the Côte d’Argent in department 40: Labenne, Bénesse, Maremne, Angresse, Orx, but also the beautiful beaches of l’Estacade, Notre-Dame, La Piste, the fishing port, the Church of Saint-Nicolas in Capbreton…

Facing the Atlantic Ocean in Moliets, the Capbreton campsite is surrounded by nature and offers a wide range of entertainment.

Now it’s time for bike rides, surfing, fishing and walking!

The Capbreton campsite offers everything you need for a relaxing vacation: a launderette, toilet facilities complying with PRM standards, shared barbecues, food shops, a tobacconist’s, restaurants…

For your leisure activities, a multi-sports field, a children’s playground and a fitness area await you.


Mobile home camping near Capbreton

Camping Les Cigales near Capbreton welcomes you to its 23-hectare wooded park in one of its chalets or mobile homes.

All have fully-equipped kitchens with refrigerators, bathrooms and toilets, and storage cupboards.

All have their own terrace with garden furniture to enjoy the sun:

  • rental for 2 from 26.76 m² to 29.20 m², 340 to 740 € per week
  • 36 m² rental for 4, €599 to €882 per week
  • rental for 6 from 45 m² to 56.40 m², €480 to €928 per week
  • rental for 8 from 49.07 m² to 60.20 m², €629 to €1120 per week.

Special rates except July and August :

For longer stays, 3 types of mobile homes are available at reduced prices, from €1,300 to €2,000/4 months. We also organize integration weekends and short breaks at low prices.

Find out more about our cheap Landes campsite.

Come and discover the surrounding tourist attractions.

Capbreton Holidays

Coastal town of Capbreton

Capbreton is 20 kilometers from Bayonne. It was once the main living quarters for sailors.

Interested in sea fishing in Capbreton?

In fact, it’s a mecca for whale hunting and cod fishing.

Fishermen regularly coveted the site.

For this reason, the activities of its inhabitants revolved mainly around fishing: sailors, shipowners and merchants, even though at the time, its population only numbered between 2,000 and 3,000. However, for a small town like Capbreton, this was an imposing figure.

In its heyday, the company had its heyday, but fell into decline in 1578 following construction work on the premises.

Take advantage of Capbreton’s beaches during your stay:

  • Notre Dame Beach
  • Central beach
  • Plage de la Piste
  • Estacade Beach
  • Santocha Beach
  • Plage des Océanides


Vacations in Capbreton

A visit to Capbreton remains a legendary experience, as the area is home to many ancient heritages. It’s precisely for this reason that the city’s population rises to 50,000 during the summer months, compared with 9,000 at other times of the year. The old port of Capbreton is the main attraction. It is the only marina in the Landes department. It offers over 990 berths for afloat vessels and around 50 for passenger vessels. The fish market is also a must when talking about Capbreton. The square offers visitors a new discovery of the marine world, as traders not only sell fish and shellfish, but also display rare seashells. The pier is the town’s emblem. It expresses Napoleon III’s renaissance of the port. Having fallen victim to the 1939 war, it was destroyed and replaced by a lighthouse in 1948. The town of Capbreton is also marked by other monuments, such as the seafront, the bell tower and the underwater canyon. Capbreton’s downtown area offers a typical yet attractive landscape. The streets in the town center and the Général de Gaulle street have their own special character and are a delight for pedestrians. The Maison du Rey and Saint-Nicolas church are also must-sees. Everything that makes up Capbreton has its own fascinating history.