Separated from the ocean by the coastal dune, the Logit marsh is bordered by a forest of centuries-old holm oaks. This border enhances the biological richness of this environment, which is both mild and brackish.
As the last coastal stopover before the Gironde Estuary, the Logit is a favourite stopping-off point for migratory birds.
There is a 3-4km self-guided walking trail with a discovery booklet.
The area around Soulac is also rich in heritage! The seaside resort of Montalivet and its famous market, the historic Cordouan lighthouse, Lake Hourtin, ideal for family outings, and so many other charming, bucolic villages...