An authentic village in the heart of the Landes.
In Sainte Eulalie en Born, nature is everywhere, appreciated and preserved. This village at the southmost point of Biscarrosse-Parentis lake has 1,280 inhabitants. In the midst of the Landes de Gascogne forest, with its lakeside beach and a host of watersports activities, the village enjoys a preserved natural setting.
Its 13th century church used to belong to Knights of Malta. Located on the road to Santiago de Compostela, it remains today a stopover for pilgrims. Note the presence of a 19th century wash-house in the square.
The current of Sainte Eulalie links Biscarrosse-Parentis lake (3,600 ha) to the Aureilhan pond. The lake shores with its marina are one of the commune’s tourist attractions, where you can also catch up on some fishing.