Things to see and do - Soulac-sur-Mer
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Soulac-sur-Mer Travel guide
Soulac-sur-Mer : Michelin's recommendations
At the end of the 19C, the increasing popularity of sea bathing saw the construction in Soulac of hundreds of little houses which give a quirky charm to this place, sandwiched between sea and forest. Rue de la Plage (running between the Church of Notre Dame de la Fin des Terres and the seafront) is the main street, along which lie the resort’s 19C villas. There is a fine view of the Cordouan Lighthouse from the Boulevard du Front de Mer, and a little tourist train runs to Pointe de la Grave.
Hotel & restaurant run by the same family for several decades. Rooms, some with balcony or terrace, with refined interior design. The restaurant provides tradition and quality (scallop salad, Périgord produce etc.), accompanied by a selection of the ..
39 / 43 Boulevard de L'Amélie F - 33780 Soulac-sur-Mer
Camping les Sables d’Argent is situated right on the beach, 2 km from the centre of Soulac sur Mer. It offers an outdoor swimming pool and mobile homes, each with a private furnished terrace and views of the Bay of Biscay. Each mobile home has 2 bed..
12 rue de la plage F - 33780 Soulac-sur-Mer
Prix Prices from : 49 €
This hotel is located on the main street in Soulac-sur-Mer, just 50 metres from sandy beaches. It offers terrace dining from its ground floor restaurant with views of the sea. Free Wi-Fi access is available in the air-conditioned guest rooms. Each o..
92 bd de l'Amélie F - 33780 l'Amélie-sur-Mer
The menu showcases fine local produce with a strong focus on good home cooking. It is frequently packed with regulars from near and far who would not exchange their place for anything!
4 r. Périer-de-Larsan F - 33780 Soulac-sur-Mer
La Table Corto is Maltese, of course! The famous comic hero in the pea jacket, created by Hugo Pratt, is omnipresent in the interior of this restaurant, which is decorated with paintings of boats and marine related pieces. The food is in the same vei..