Monday, June 27, 2011

The Bassin d'Arcachon

Embouchure du Bassin d'Arcachon, vue du phare du Cap-Ferret sur la Dune du Pilat
Even though I am a Southern girl by origin and my accent is very pronounced, I like to stroll the Mediterranean beaches, my heart pounding with every stay in the Bay of Arachon.

Vue sur le banc d'Arguin Mosaïque dans le phare de Lège-Cap-Ferret

I see Cap Ferret by bike, have a delicious cannelé (a small French pastry) on the beach of Arachon or a seafood platter and inhale the ocean mist.

Chez Boulan, ostréiculteur à Lège-Cap-Ferret Collier de perle et fleur en tissu

This year, I visit a little longer the Dune of Pilat, to observe the wide beaches of Arguin, very prized by sailors and oyster farmers.

Face au banc d'Arguin Le Bassin d'Arcachon à marée basse, vue du Cap Ferret

And take advantage of the discovery of a magic place which I shall soon reveal to you in my e-magazine.

Plateau de fruits de mer Vue sur la Dune du Pilat

Original article "Le Bassin d'Arcachon" translated by Annie of The Bunny Bungalow

3 commentaires:

Jojo said...

A beautiful getaway post.

Cindy@Cutepinkstuff said...

Looks soooo relaxing.

bee bon said...

Transport me from this cold winter to this place please, great pics



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