Casernes' beach in Seignosse South West France

The Natural surf school is right on Casernes' beach in Seignosse, South West France close to Hossegor, Biarritz and not far from Spain. By the surf in Seignosse, the surf school is open from mid April til mid October to respect off season beach virginity.

Casernes’ beach in Seignosse

Summer headquarters of the Natural Surf School, the Casernes' beach in Seignosse is a consistent and unavoidable spot on the South Landes coast. It offers quality sandbanks in a wild natural setting to surfers of all backgrounds. It is not simply because it hosts the surf school's hut that the Casernes beach in Seignosse is Claire and Stéphane's favorite! In all objectivity, this long and wide strip of sand spared by erosion is a jewel.
A beach classified as a Nature Site

Quality beach breaks and relaxed atmosphere

First of all, it must be earned! Accessible by walking a few hundred meters from the parking lot, the Casernes beach is the only one in the area that is so protected. But the relaxing walk is part of the atmosphere and these few meters to cover contribute to make it one of the least frequented beaches of the coast! It remains the wildest of the surroundings, which is why it has been classified as a Nature Site in the recent Beach Plan of the Public Interest Grouping Littoral.
Then, the last beach of the commune before the forest in the north of the seaside resort always offers a sand bank which works in the South and/or in the North of the beach access: experienced surfers or beginners, everyone finds his account there. In season, it hosts the surf school hut of the Natural Surf Lodge (surf camp). When arriving on the top of the dune, you will find it on the right facing the ocean. The beach benefits from a bathing surveillance area in July-August.
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Wild and protected Landes' beach

The access to the beach, recently rehabilitated, offers numerous parking spaces on a gravel ground under a wooded area, racks for bicycles, wooden signage, benches equipped with supports for surfboards. At the top of the dune, there are sanitary facilities, a modular first aid station and a new helicopter landing pad. The wooded dune and protection forest, rich in about fifty plant species, has been remodeled under the supervision of the Office National des Forêts in order to better preserve it while improving access to the beach. The Casernes' beach ? A jewel to discover!

In the respect of the environment

At the end of September, the hut is dismantled to hibernate: the Casernes beach loses all trace of human construction, even temporary, and regains the charm of little frequented spots.
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