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Topic: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

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By:

charly

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Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« on: March 02 2006 12:03:00 »

A few Girly mate and i are going to the south west of france late august. So any help on places to go and cheap places to stay - probably looking at camping.

Oh and places to get drunk they will always go down well with us!

Ta for any replys,
Charly x

By:

Alistair

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #1 on: March 06 2006 09:03:00 »

Try anywhere from Vieux Bocau to Hossegor, and you will find decent waves and cheap campsites. Might be an idea to book ahead though, as i nearly got caught out before, though in July.
Happy hunting

By:

Ryan

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #2 on: March 08 2006 18:03:00 »

Charly,

Im headed to The Netherlands for a course for a week then gonna get down to France to surf. Trying to meet up with someone with a car to score some waves. Hit me up.
Ryan

By:

johnny

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #3 on: March 10 2006 06:03:00 »

I live in france and i go in the south west every year. The best beach breaks are "La gravière" in Hossegor. Between Capbreton and Seignosse there are many waves which can be fun. Another spot less known and less crowded but with hot locals sometimes, is named Labenne and it's juste below Capbreton. I came there in late august last year and it was pretty fun. One of the best camping for partyz is "camping fontaine laborde". Good price and good vibration, in front of good waves, and not so far from the Hossegor zone. It's a uge coast and if you have a car, don't hesitate to go where nobody go, the beaches are really big and it's often the best way to find perfect places. Have a nice surf.

By:

JJ

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #4 on: March 10 2006 08:03:00 »

Try the Quiberon peninsula in South Brittany. Lots of good beach breaks, some awesome waves, and loads of cheap camping. I am off there again in the camper in June. Enjoy

By:

Cory

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #5 on: March 28 2006 09:03:00 »

Where do you live?

By:

charly

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #6 on: May 02 2006 13:05:00 »

i know its been ages since you sent that but why should i tell you where i live, you goin2 stalk me??!!!

By:

-nige-

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #7 on: May 06 2006 08:05:00 »

tis true! lol

By:

thomas

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #8 on: May 16 2006 06:05:00 »

hey charlie....
I , too wanna do this trip to south_france. read a little about it and the direction is hossegor... anyway i'm looking for a cheap staying ( this euro thing made it more difficult mission) and still havnt found any.

if u do get any good info regarding this issue please let me know... i will apriciate it...
i will do the same --- i would like to contact u via e mail...

by the way i'm 23 want to improve my surfing...

By:

marco

RE: Girly trip to france late aug - where to go where to stay?

« Reply #9 on: May 23 2006 14:05:00 »

hey guys-

Ill be in France from July - August- Im planning on checking out a few different spots. If anyone knows of a place to rent recent boards around PLEASE let me know, Id really appreciate any help.

Mahalo-
Marco


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