Mimizan and its surroundings
The Étang d’Aureilhan and Étang de Biscarosse et Parentis lakes: two stretches of water tucked away amidst the untouched countryside. Get your pulse racing: kayaking, pedalos, wind-surfing, catamarans, and more.
Biscarosse-plage: Biscarosse is a gorgeous seaside resort on the Landes coast, and boasts 4 kilometres of fine sandy beaches as well as lots to see and do: sand-yachting, surfing, beach volley, and more.
Villages around Mimizan: Bias and its sweeping pine forest covering 90% of the village. The village of Mézos clasped between rolling greenery and a stream: perfect for reconnecting with nature. A stop-off along the Santiago de Compostela, Saint Paul en Born treats visitors to a patchwork of different landscapes. Pontenx les Forges and its wide breadth of architectural heritage: bourgeois mansions, flower-lined brick houses, and garluche stone buildings.
Levignacq: this little village and its low half-timbered houses has managed to hold onto all its authentic charm and identity over the years. Take a day to immerse yourself in the joys of the Landes countryside.
Getting moving in Mimizan
Water sports, surfing, canoeing/kayaking, catamarans, sailing, mountain biking, horse-riding, tree-top trails, tennis, and a golf course.
Food & drink
Foie gras, Chalosse beef, Armagnac, Landes wines, Landes asparagus, Landes pastis (anisette brioche).
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