Campsite in Sanguinet
Just minutes from Sanguinet’s lively centre amongst the night markets and dancing, Sanguinet is a tourist town that oozes good times and a relaxed atmosphere.
Over time, Sanguinet became the fourth village to be founded in more or less the same spot. A hundred villagers lived here for a long time. The first village was based near the lake at a stream’s inlet: it was flooded when the water rose during the Roman period known as Losa. It was then part of the Bogensis Pagus with Cazaux and Teste de Buch.
Sanguinet became a part of the Santiago de Compostela route on the coastal road in the 11th century.