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Lesparre-Medoc is a commune in the Gironde department in Aquitaine in southwestern France. Lesparre-Medoc is a small town located on the Medoc peninsula about 40 miles north of Bordeaux. Although it is a small town, there are many restaurants where you can enjoy local specialties and local wine. The main landmarks are located in and around the small village of Lesparre-Medoc.

Top Attractions within Lesparre-Medoc

La Table Tartine is one of the best restaurants in Lesparre-Medoc that offers some of the finest French cuisine, presented in a very elegant manner. The dining room is very classy, the staff is very friendly and caters to the need of every customer. The menu is varied and you can try some of the best dishes. The restaurant has something to offer to each customer. Everything is delicious: from the entrée to the dessert.

Lac d'Hourtin-Carcans is a lake located in the vicinity of Lesparre-Medioc. It is the largest lake situated entirely in France. It lies at an elevation of 46 feet and has a surface of 22 square miles. The lake extends from north to south, parallel to the Atlantic coastline. It is a wonderful place where tourists can sunbathe, walk, swim or just relax in the middle of nature.

Reserve naturelle des Dunes et Marais d'Hourtin is another unique place, located near Lesparre-Medoc. The national reserve spans on 2100 hectares. Tourists can explore the sand dunes that offer a magnificent view over the Lake or the Atlantic Ocean. There are also forests of pine and oak, swamps and even a beautiful lagoon. The flora and the fauna of the park is extremely rich. Tourists can discover this wonderful place by themselves or with the help of guided tours.

GirondeEstuary is a great place located near Lesparre-Medoc. This is where the mouths of the Garonne and Dordogne rivers merge. Gironde is well known for the Cote d'Argent beach which is Euorpe's longest one, attracting many surfers to Lacanau each year. This is also the birthplace of Jacques Yves Cousteau who studied the sea and all the forms of life in water.