Five Reasons to Choose Moliets
"The southern Côte d'Argent...the playground continues; one thing not to miss is the descent down the Huchet, where Landais gondoliers will punt you through semi-tropical lushness worthy of set in the African Queen."Quoted from "Gascony & The Pyrenees" by Cadogan Guides
Moliets - Our Personal Favourites
French resorts tend to be very seasonal and this can often come as a surprise to visitors who are less familiar with France. Owners of seasonal business such as bars and restaurants can often get by simply by operating in two months of the year - July & August - and are happy to shut down the rest of the year.
Moliets Plage is certainly one of the more seasonal resorts, buzzing in July & August and quiet during other times of the year. There are usually just one or two bars/restaurants at the beach open outside the summer, but there are more options in the surrounding villages. Plus, if you just want to relax, surf, play golf or go for long walks on the beach, this is a perfect place to stay.
Find out more in our Moliets tourist information guide. Topics covered include beaches, activities such as golf and surfing, kids' attractions, restaurants, cultural attractions and more...
Moliets - client comments
“This area of France is flat and full of cycle paths. It is an excellent family holiday area – restaurants are very welcoming to children and there are beautiful sandy beaches with excellent supervision and lots of surf.”
(Mrs E Beynon)
“This is the first place we have visited in Aquitaine and we will certainly go again, we loved it!”
(Mr A Wayland)
“It was peaceful at night but with plenty going on nearby. The beaches are fantastic, especially for surfing.”
(Mr S Yeomans)
“Moliets is great – casual, few cars, easy to cycle round and great eating places.”
(Mr M Duff)