Cote d'Argent

134 Av Jean Lafitte, 33990, Hourtin Plage, Gascony and Gironde

If you like spending time in the great outdoors, Camping La Côte d’Argent offers you plenty to enjoy. Situated in the midst of a beautiful pine forest, you’ll find good facilities including a fine pool complex with a host of waterslides. The parc is also just 300m from a sandy beach where surfboards are available for hire should you want to enjoy the huge Atlantic rollers. A variety of watersports are also available at France’s largest fresh water lake, it’s around ten minutes away by car and the whole family can enjoy the water. There’s plenty of entertainment on parc too, and nearby little town of Hourtin Plage offers a wealth of bars and restaurants, not to mention a lively nightlife. The parc is also close to the famous vineyards of Bordeaux such as Medoc and Pessac.

  • Facilities

    3 Outdoor Pools

  • Directions


    Cote D'Argent Campsite 134 Av Jean Lafitte, 33990 Hourtin-Plage

    GPS Co-ordinates 45.22305 -1.16468

    Nearest Airport

    Bordeaux - 67km

    Recommended Port

    St Malo - 445km

  • Charges

    Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
    Facilities Passes FREE
    Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Apr 3, 17, May 29, Jul 3, 10, Oct 23; £6 per person per break Apr 6, 10, 13, May 22, 25, Jul 17, Aug 28, Oct 26
    PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 12, 15, 19

  • Attractions

    Hourtin Plage

    If your holiday is all about gorgeous sandy beaches then you'll be spoilt for choice here. With a variety of water sports to try, from surfing, to body boarding or kite surfing, there are enough activities to keep you entertained all holiday.

    Dune du Pilat

    The amazing Dune du Pilat is almost three kilometres long and 107m high! It's Europe's largest sand dune and is still growing. Climb to the top for great views then surf down on a bodyboard - it's huge fun!


    This campsite is in a great location for wine lovers. It is close to Bordeaux and the famous vineyards of Medoc and Pessac, which tourists are welcome to explore. Bordeaux itself is rich in culture and history and offers divine cuisine, as well as their famous wine. It's an hour and a half drive away, but the town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 350 points of interest, so not to be missed!

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