FROM 1930 TO 1960
In the thirties, Léonce Delest a résinier Landais, decided to settle with his wife Jeanne on a lip of sand at the south edge of Biscarrosse North Lake (Sanguinet-Cazeaux Lake).
It is in a wooden shack he began selling soup, drink aniseed and we drowned with water drawn from the lake. In the kitchen a pig led the dance. Jeanne and Léonce Delest existed in this lakeside universe. It was the time before. Another time.
Their daughter married Pierre Léoncia Meurice, air traffic controller. Both decided in 1957 to build the hotel "La Caravelle" in this place, heavenly, but so isolated at the time, where nothing was simple, the road was then a dirt road. Pierre gave it this name in honor of the travel, the sea, and boats. The hotel Logis de France became one star.