Abatilles Eau Minerale Naturelle La Bordelaise
The well at the Abatilles Spring was drilled in 1923. The water is drawn from a captive aquifer formed during the Eocene at a depth of 472 m (1,549 feet). Every drop comes from rain that falls in the Massif Central mountains, which seeps through the ground at a speed of 1 km every 300 years.
As it filters through rock, sand and clay, Abatilles Water takes on different minerals, which determine its make-up that has remained constant since 1925, and collects naturally in the aquifer.
Here in the Abatilles area by Arcachon Bay this water has been drawn and bottled directly for nearly 100 years.