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The cost for seven nights, based on four people sharing a beach cabin, with equipment hire and six lessons, is from €445 per person (00 33 681 908 412; ). The mascaret is a tidal bore which occurs in the Gironde estuary at high tide and can reach heights of two metres and speeds of 30kph.The best place to ride it is St-Pardon-de- Vayres on the river Dordogne, 20km east of Bordeaux.
When possible, we combine this with other personal customer data that we have already or will later collect.The best time to try it is in August and September ( fr ) For swimming, windsurfing, sailing and other activities which require placid water, look towards the string of large, freshwater lakes to be found along the coastal strip between the dunes and the forest.The lakes of Hourtin, Lacanau, Cazaux and Biscarrosse all have beaches and pleasure ports (Biscarrosse is also reputed as a centre for kite-surfing) while the Bassin d’Arcachon, a huge, enclosed bay, has several little ports and, close to the town of Arcachon, the very fine Péreire beach.There are plenty of options available, maybe try the Segelschule Thunersee in Hilterfingen or the Thunersee Yachtclub in Gwatt for sailing.Wakeboarding and wakesurfing are very popular, most people I know go to Wakeboardschule in Gunten to get their lake fix. One unusual way of getting to know the Dordogne is to drift down it on board a gabare, also called a gabarre, the traditional sailing barge that used to bring goods to Bordeaux.
Barge cruises from Bergerac cost €7.50 per adult for the 50-minute trip (00 33 553 245 880; ).The Courant d’Huchet has been designated a nature reserve for its wealth of wildlife, including otters, and for its variety of habitats: part of the two-hour trip (longer ones are available in July and August) takes you through the “Amazonie landaise” with its exuberant, almost sub-tropical vegetation.Trips, which run between April and September, cost from €12. Away from the ocean and the lakes the region’s inland waterways are also well worth exploring.Less visited but equally delightful is the Vézère, the Dordogne’s “little sister”.Explore it from the Aventure Plein Air base at Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, 40km southeast of Périgueux, and classified as one of France’s most beautiful villages.The complete descent takes four to five days and costs €19 for a group of four or more people.