Visitors commonly use Brocas as a base for further adventures. This sought-after tourism region has plenty of interesting sights and attractions. While in the region, visit the Parc Jean Rameau and Stade Guy Boniface in Mont-de-Marsan, some 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the north of Brocas.
Approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the northwest of Brocas is Arcachon, a regional center where you go see Arcachon Golf Club, Mauresque Park and Dune du Pyla. If you have time to spare, why not stop by Port d'Arcachon and Arcachon Beach before returning to Brocas.
Houses of worship are the best doorways into a community's heart and soul. The cathedrals around Brocas are certainly no exception. Get outdoors and enjoy Aquitaine's open-air markets.
Enjoy an experience you'll remember for years to come while you are in this region. Discover your wild side and go paragliding! Combine a little learning with leisure on your vacation by joining a group of like-minded travelers on one of the area's excellent winery tours, wildlife spotting tours and guided nature walks.
Sampling the food eaten by locals is usually about more than just satisfying appetites. It is also a window into people's lives and places. Mushrooms and truffles are some of the local ingredients. Perigord black truffles and Aquitaine Foie Gras are just two interesting dishes worth trying. Many travelers don't consider a culinary journey is complete unless they've tasted a glass or two of regional wine. Sample Bergerac or Saint Emilion.
As your adventure comes to an end, you'll be sure to bid the region a teary "Au revoir / À bientôt"