Since the installation of the first 4 observation stations in Nouvelle-Aquitaine at the end of 2021, many citizens have contributed to a better knowledge of the evolution of the coastline.
Through the pages specific to each site, you will be able to find more information on the site in question, trace the evolution of the site via video timelapses, access the image gallery and compare two photos previously selected in the gallery.
The observation station of Lacanau is located on the belvedere (roof of the first aid post) at the level of the central beach.
The particularity of this site is that the coastline is fixed by a rockwork. Sand is replenished every year in the spring.
The Capbreton station is located on the Santocha beach, next to the heliport on the dune overlooking the beach.
The particularity of the beach is that it is downstream of the protected sea front, regularly recharged thanks to a hydraulic by-pass system.
The Saint-Jean-de-Luz observation station is located on the Lafitenia South site, at the top of the cliff, at the car park next to the coastal path.
This freely evolving bay beach is bordered by a crumbly rocky cliff resting on a rocky base.