Located on the south Atlantic coast of France, the Natural Surf Lodge is an original green surf camp situated in Seignosse, near Hossegor. It is one of the best place to surf in France, famous worldwide for its magnificent beach breaks. The lodge itself worth the visit and is a nice retreat after intense surf sessions.
Nestled between pine forest and ocean, at a walking distance from the Etang Blanc nature resort, the Natural Surf Lodge is a surf school and a bed and breakfast, run by surfers for surfers, in a 300-year-old farmhouse which has been completely renovated. The result is a mix of authenticity and originality. Stephan and Claire, as well as their team, will take you to the world famous beach breaks of Seignosse and Hossegor, only 10 minutes drive from the lodge. Enjoy the surf quest and make yourself at home!
The Natural Surf Lodge has comfortable bedrooms to welcome individuals or families, and private bungalows for couples. Besides his artistic touch, Stephan has paid attention to apply an eco-responsible approach and use natural materials (local wood, natural coatry) and energy (solar panels and geothermia) to renovate the lodge itself and its relaxing equipments.
The warm hydro-massage pool and the hammam or turkish bath will help you destress and recover from early morning surf. The tree hut and the hammocks are perfect for resting moments reading or having a siesta… All these extra facilities are at disposal without additional charge.
For sports and sliding addicts, try the skate Natural Surf Lodge private bowl or jump on the trampoline. Unless you prefer going for a stroll on the Etang Blanc nearby, go for a bike ride and get lost in the Landes pine tree forest. It’s up to your mood and form.
The plancha is available anytime for a BBQ at the Lodge but you can also wait for tuesday night BBQ at the surf school on Casernes’ beach. Each evening is an opportunity not to be missed for exchanging and sharing good moments with music : guitare, piano and drums are at disposal of Lodge guests and passing by surfers.