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Mont de Marsan

the capital
Capital of the Landes, Mont de Marsan is a city that is both urban and very natural.


Take advantage of a trip to the city center to do some shopping and meet the local merchants.


Do not hesitate to bring back with you a small souvenir of your visit. It is also the ideal place to take a heritage tour, discover the sculptures that adorn the city or even rest along the banks and have a drink on the terrace.

The Lacataye keep

Built in the 14th century, a vestige of the city’s defense works, this former barracks houses the Despiau-Wlérick museum, the first museum in France devoted to figurative sculpture from the 1st half of the 20th century.


The Plumaçon arena

They were built in 1889, enlarged in 1933 on the model of the Andalusian arenas.


The Jean Rameau Park

It posts the name of the poet and novelist from the Landes (1858 > 1942). It houses the equestrian statue of Marshal Foch, a wooden replica of the one that sits in the middle of the Place du Trocadéro in Paris. Nearly 80 species of trees and Japanese garden.


The Nahuques Park

On 4 hectares, in the shade of large oaks, live many species of animals, llamas, fallow deer, emus, cow, Patagonian hare and a hundred birds. Playground for the little ones.

The little extra of Mont de Marsan