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The Coastal Way 

Secondary road of the roads of Santiago de Compostela, coming from Soulac in the Gironde, it enters the Landes in Sanguinet and for nearly 150 km it follows the Atlantic coast until the entrance of Bayonne to serve the tracks of the Baztan, Bayona or the coast road, and the Camino del Norte. The pilgrims pass to Mimizan where the bell-tower is inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List. The Templars left many traces, notably in Moliets and Maâ and Capbreton. Contact for this route: Roland Cazeaux +336 64 65 71 10.


The route on the OpenRunner map is based on the Google map (below), providing some details of course and especially the possibility to download it in gpx format for a GPS.

openrunner  Complete route

Description of the route 

Volunteer markers of the association carefully marked the course with small blue and yellow signs of the shell symbol. Also follow the step-by-step and its mileage with this PDF file.

pdf  Download the PDF

Click on the landmarks in the map for detailed and practical informations (french, spanish, english)

List of the accommodations 

We have identified along this route some possible accommodations.
Updated: 2018.

pdf  Download the PDF (sorry, but only in French)


puce  Tourist Office

• téléphone +33 5 58 78 20 96
• mail Biscarrosse :
• mail Parentis :
• mail Sanguinet :
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