Côte d'Argent

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Silver-like water surface at Mimizan

Côte d’Argent (French pronunciation: ​[kot daʁʒɑ̃], meaning Silver Coast) is a touristic name given to a section of the French Atlantic coast.

Location[edit]

In south west of France, facing the Atlantic Ocean, La Côte d’Argent is part of the Bay of Biscay. It is limited at its north by the Gironde mouth and at its south by the river Adour.

Towns[edit]

Map of the Côte d’Argent

Towns and resorts along the Côte d’Argent include:

Gironde[edit]

Landes[edit]

Pyrénées-Atlantiques[edit]

See also[edit]

Coordinates: 44°35′N 1°15′W / 44.583°N 1.250°W / 44.583; -1.250