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Come and meet us!

Come and meet our team of local experts to guide you through your stay! 

OUR OPENING HOURS

Ouverture de votre Office de Tourisme en Mars : Mardi au samedi de 9h à 12h30 et de 14h à 17h

Les autres périodes de l’année :

Du 1er octobre au 29 mars :
Du mardi au samedi de 9h à 12h30 et de 14h à 17h

Du 30 mars au 15 juin :
Du lundi au samedi de 9h à 18h et le dimanche de 10h à 14h

Du 15 juin au 30 septembre :
Du lundi au dimanche de 9h à 19h

Are we closed during your visit?
An INFO terminal is available in front of our office, 24 hours a day, every day, to keep you informed at all times!

How to find us
How do I get there?

By road :

Via Bordeaux : D1215 - D 102, rocade exit n°8 Le Verdon
Via Bordeaux : D 101 - Route des Lacs
Via Royan : Bac Royan - Pointe de Grave 0546383515 / 0556733773
Via Blaye : Bac Blaye - Lamarque 0557420449

By train :

Bordeaux Gare St-Jean direction Le Verdon, Lesparre-Médoc stop Line N°42
0800 872 872
ter.sncf.com/nouvelle-aquitaine

By bus

Line 703 Bordeaux - Lesparre-Médoc
Line 712 Lesparre-Médoc - Grayan - Montalivet stop
0970 870 870
transports.nouvelle-aquitaine.fr

By air :

Bordeaux - Mérignac Airport
0556345050 www.bordeaux.aeroport.fr

By bike :

La Vélodyssée - From Verdon-sur-Mer to Montalivet

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vendays-montalivet tourist office
Pinoteau MichelPinoteau Michel
20:47 14 Sep 23
Zo Razanadrakoto (RZH)Zo Razanadrakoto (RZH)
06:40 05 Sep 23
Jérôme AguilarJérôme Aguilar
11:26 04 Sep 23
Good and professional
Thorsten BlosThorsten Blos
04:12 04 Sep 23
Claude PerciballiClaude Perciballi
16:27 17 Aug 23
There are no public toilets open on the resort, and not a single tap to fill a gourd or water bottle... Dogs are allowed bowls everywhere, but not humans.
sébastien vernaysébastien vernay
17:24 10 Aug 22
Welcoming and helpful, thanks to the staff for their availability.
Max AlMax Al
20:33 17 Jul 22
Beautiful beaches, but that's it. There are no museums in the area. The tourist office told me that there are 2 museums in the area, archaeology and costume.
Emmanuel ZiehliEmmanuel Ziehli
08:58 14 Jun 22
Cycling "loops" beware of danger. Signs and leaflets invite you to get on your bike for tours that the colors qualify as family, beginner, etc.. In particular, the one that seems to go around Vendayes. Two days, two scouting attempts and twice a mountain bike outing (other bikes impossible) aborted by a break in the signposting. It's obvious that we're printing out paper, but no one has seen fit to check the route(s). Imagine that on the slopes! Is the tourist office liable on the day of an accident? So when it comes to signposted cycling, especially mountain biking, Hourtin is the place to be, even if you have to use the bike rack to get there.
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