Get Away to France’s Arcachon Bay

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Arcachon, located in the southwest corner of France, was once a wooded Atlantic coastline with just a few huts, endless oyster beds and the biggest sand dune in Europe. That all changed in 1857 when Napolean III christened the town of Arcachon and brought all of the debutantes from Paris and the Cote D'Azur to the Atlantic coast to wait out the winter in peace. Today, this little stretch of beach ... Read Full Article