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Villa Sud Landes

modern villa with pool, accommodation on one level
Ref: 091 Hossegor (12 kms)
  • 3 bedrooms, Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bath/Shower Rooms
  • private pool
  • Comfort Rating Good quality
  • Large pool

We Say

Well-priced modern villa with large pool in peaceful, relaxing location close to the bustle of Hossegor

Pricing & availability

Villa Sud Landes
3 bedrooms, sleeps 5

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Notes on prices

  • Price includes: Bed linen and household towels. Change of linen & towels provided mid-stay for 2 week bookings. Beach towels also provided.
  • Compulsory extras:
  • Optional extras: Exit clean 90 EURO
  • Security deposit: GBP 500
  • Changeover day: Saturday
  • Arrival and departure: Arrival from 16:00, departure by 10:00 please.
  • Fortnight booking restriction: No

What makes Villa Sud Landes a great holiday rental

  • Great value villa with pool
  • Short drive to Hossegor's beaches
  • Tranquil location at the end of a cul-de-sac
  • Very well-equipped, modern and practical interior
  • Good size pool 10 x 5 metres

Best for:

A family of 4 or 5 looking for an inexpensive villa with pool in striking distance of great beaches - but who also want a quiet retreat to relax.

Suitability for:

  • Toddlers - safe, enclosed gardens; cot & high chair; pool with safety cover.
  • Teenagers - quiet edge-of-village location but short drive to Hossegor.
  • Reduced mobility - ground floor accommodation.

Anything to look out for?


Why Hossegor?
The nearest resort is an established surfing 'mecca' with a very 'cool' vibe. Hossegor offers great beaches, good shopping, a lovely lagoon and plenty of activities (surf, golf, tennis, cycling, sailing & more).


Modern 3 bed bungalow with private pool, in quiet setting near the coast

Lived in 10 months of the year, the villa is well-equipped and doesn't have the 'feel' of a holiday home. 

Accommodation is all at ground floor level.

  • Bedroom 1: double room with a window overlooking front garden and fitted wardrobes
  • Bedroom 2: king-size bed, ensuite shower, patio door leading onto rear garden with views of the pool
  • Bedroom 3: king-size bed, ensuite shower, fitted wardrobes, plasma TV and a patio door leading onto rear garden with views of the pool.
  • A large family bathroom with a separate shower and bath.
  • Open-plan kitchen (electric oven, gas hob, microwave, warming drawer, dishwasher and fridge), dining & lounge area leading onto covered outside eating area with a wood burning stove, a plasma TV, a DVD player, a record player and an ipod dock (TV has UK freeview channels).
  • Additional room which is used as a separate lounge with bed settee and patio doors leading onto a small deck area. 
  • Utility room with large fridge freezer, sink and washing machine.


  • Private swimming pool measuring 10 x 5 mts. Not heated, has an electric pool safety cover 
  • Table tennis
  • Mature garden with view to fields, garden enclosed
  • Secure parking
  • Webber charcoal BBQ


3 double rooms


2 ensuite shower rooms plus family bathroom with separate shower and bath.


Private pool: 10 x 5 mts, not heated, electric pool safety cover.



  • dishwasher
  • washing machine
  • oven & hob
  • microwave
  • fridge freezer
  • kettle
  • coffee maker
  • toaster
  • iron & ironing board


  • dvd player
  • music dock/speaker
  • tv with English-speaking channels


  • table tennis
  • bbq or plancha
  • parking space

Additional House Info

NB Cot but not cot linen provided. High chair available.

House Rules

No pets & no smoking


Le Sud Landes is situated in a quiet residential cul-de-sac, at the edge of the village. The garden backs on to open countryside which gives the house it's semi-rural feel. The village of Saubrigues is no more than 10 minutes walk from the house and there you'll find tennis courts, restaurant/bar plus bread depot. A few minutes' drive and you'll find a wider range of shops and amenities at St Vincent de Tyrosse. From here it's a short distance to the principal resorts of the Pays Basque - Biarritz, Bayonne and St Jean de Luz. The Spanish border is less than an hour away.

Local Amenities

Nearest village / town: Hossegor (12 kms)
Nearest beach: Capbreton / Hossegor 12 kms
Boulangerie: St Vincent de Tyrosse 5 kms
Restaurant: Saubrigues village 500 metres
Market: St Vincent de Tyrosse 5 kms

Distance to nearest major transport connections

  • Biarritz airport: 41 km
  • Pau airport: 108 km
  • Bordeaux airport: 173 km
  • Biarritz train station: 39 km
  • Bilbao ferry port: 176 km
  • Santander ferry port: 273 km
  • St Malo ferry port: 705 km

Things to do and see

Our Highlights

  • An evening stroll along Capbreton seafront followed by a seafood supper
  • Explore the coast, forests and lagoon via its network of cycle trails
  • A day's golf & surf at Seignosse
  • Unwind at the Marais d'Orx wetland reserve
  • Catch an exhibition of Course Landais at St Vincent de Tyrosse


Nearby Activities

  • Surfing
  • Kitesurfing
  • Windsurfing
  • Sailing
  • Golf
  • Cycling
  • Horse-riding
  • Birdwatching
  • Fishing
  • Spa & thalassotherapy
  • Pelote Basque
  • Course Landaise
  • Adrenaline park
  • Aqua parc

Day Trip Ideas

  • Belle-Epoque Biarritz - style & surf chic combined
  • Pretty Basque fishing port & resort, St Jean de Luz
  • Discover the 'postcard' hillside villages of the Basque Country
  • Hop over the border into Spanish for San Sebastian or the Guggenheim
  • Explore the superb Pyrenees National Park for great walks & wildlife
  • Visit the under-rated city of Bayonne, the Pays Basque capital
  • Thermal spa pampering at nearby Dax

The Local Area

A typically French country village offering an insight into rural life in south west France. There's a village restaurant and a very handy tennis centre.

St Vincent-de-Tyrosse
The nearest town and here you will find a supermarket, shops and bars, restaurants, a cinema and a weekly market (Fridays).

Capbreton and Hossegor
The local region of Sud Landes is typical Aquitaine - endless stretches of sandy beaches buffeted by the Atlantic ocean, vast pine forests punctuated by the occasional lake and criss-crossed by a network of cycle trails.

Capbreton and Hossegor are neighbouring seaside towns which between them offer an appealing contrast. Hossegor is the more famous, largely through its surfing heritage. It's a 'feelgood' place offering boutique shopping, great bars and restaurants, world-famous surfing beaches, casino, and a lovely golf course and a beautiful lake for safe bathing.

Capbreton lives in the shadow of Hossegor but it's the place the locals prefer for eating out and for beaches. It's definitely the more authentic of the two, largely because of its fishing port and daily fish market. In fact, the town thrived in the 19th century as a whaling port and this sea-faring heritage is still very much apparent today.

It also has a charming town centre and market. Capbreton is just more French than Hossegor, if you see what we mean. It remains, admirably, something of a French (and Spanish) secret.

Capbreton sea-front is a bustling place, day and evening. You can walk all the way along the marina and sea-front. The jetty, known locally as l'estacade, offers excellent coastal views. There's normally a few locals here trying to catch a fish for supper. It makes for great viewing!

Like most of the south west coast, Capbreton-Hossegor is something of an outdoor playground. Take your pick from surfing, canoeing, sailing, diving, fishing, cycling, tennis, horse-riding and golf to name a few. Golfers will enjoy the local course, the 1930s-built Golf d’Hossegor. The traditional club house is also a delight. A short drive up the road is Seignosse, a water and forest monster of a course ranked in Continental Europe’s Top 50. There are other great courses within 45 minutes drive including Moliets and several around Biarritz.

The coastline regularly holds major surfing competitions; the whole Aquitaine coast is a perfect venue for surfers but at Capbreton the presence of an offshore hollow in the sea-bed gives the waves here that extra edge. If you don't fancy a go yourself, just sit on the sea-front with a drink of your choice and watch the surfers ride to shore.

Cyclists can enjoy the many safe forest tracks that connect between the towns along the coast. Sailing enthusiasts should head for the Capbreton Marina.

Being so close to the Pays Basque border, sporting life also includes the legendary game of pelote; you can watch a game at the fronton in Hossegor.

River Adour
Particularly enjoyable is to take bikes (and picnic) along the minor roads which hug both the southern and northern banks of the Adour. It’s a scene straight out of Wind In The Willows!

The Adour is a vast river fed by the melting snows of the Pyrénées and "Les Barthes" is the name given to the floodplain on the north bank which, each year without fail, fills up with the river’s surplus water. This swampy prairie is home to a secret ingredient used to feed the famous thermal spas of nearby Dax which are so craved for their therapeutic powers.

The ecology of Les Barthes makes it something of a special environment for bird-watching (Marais d'Orx is another prime location), nature studies and spotting the small but friendly poneys barthais. Of course, the Adour itself is fertile territory for fishing enthusiasts; eels, pike and salmon are just a few of the varieties to be found and obtaining a licence to catch them is refreshingly straightforward – and inexpensive.

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