Andernos-les-Bains via Cap Ferret

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First stop Cap Ferret after leaving La Huga, and a walk on the beach between the remnants of the Atlantic Wall.

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We moved on to Camping La  Fontaine Vieille, at Andernos-les-Bains

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Our Pitch in the Woods

Andernos is an old resort town for the inhabitants of Bordeaux and the Gironde, built on the site of a  Roman settlement.

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Remnants of 4th century roman villa, in front of the Church.

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Hot on day 2 in Andernos!

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Old Andernos Mansion

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Chimney detail.

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The sea goes out a long way at low tide.

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We cycled through Andernos and the surrounding woods with Bob and Mirv, two friends that we met up with in Andernos, who are en route to Portugal.

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This is the Maison Louis David, Municipal Museum and old home of a previous and highly regarded Mayor of Andernos les Bains, who was responsible for the Roman excavations.

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There was an exhibition of street art showing in the museum.

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And some pictures of the Roman excavations, in 1904.

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Looks like the same tree, a century on.

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Sunset Day 1

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Sunset Day 3

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Rambling about Europe with the Kray Twins (Colin and Penny).

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One comment on “Andernos-les-Bains via Cap Ferret
  1. Kate Robertson says:

    Beautiful sunsets, how lucky you are to be in such a lovely place and with sunshine, too. We have some warm weather here at the moment, or what passes for warm in mid Wales. Chris says thank you for the birthday card! X

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