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Mlle Inwood





Through my articles, I like to present you my city of heart, the one I appreciate so much, which makes me dream and inspires me every day, Paris. But today I have a desire for a holidays, so I will break my habits and write a few words about a destination that is dear to me, the Basin and its region. 

A place I know well, located close to Bordeaux, which I believe is one of the most beautiful French destinations. Between the Basin, the “Dune du Pyla”, the ocean and the “Landes” forest, there are many activities and the landscapes offered exceptional beauty. They dazzle your eyes at every moment and engrave in your memory images that are impossible to forget.


When I go to this beautiful region, I like to pack my bags in Arcachon, a very pleasant seaside town. It serves as an anchor point for me during my stay, which is always punctuated by many walks, outings and escapades of all kinds.

During my Arcachon holidays, I always take the time to go to Cap Ferret, this peninsula is the real must-see village to visit during a stay in the Arcachon Basin. This small piece of land between the sea and the ocean is the ideal destination for a dream day. To get there from Arcachon, all you have to do is cross the Basin by boat, a little 15 minutes on the sea that will allow you to enjoy the fresh air. 

When I am in Cap Ferret, I particularly like to visit the 44 hectares of a preserved area at the end of the peninsula, where you can enjoy the Basin in complete peace and quiet atmosphere. I also enjoy the long walks on the beaches of the ocean side, they allow you to recharge your batteries and enjoy an exceptional sunset. End your day with an oyster platter and a good glass of white wine, you will finish its excursion filled with happiness.

"Love, holidays and elegance"

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