At least 6,500 people were evacuated when forest fires after burning more than 1,200 hectares (3,000 meters) forest area.
Thousands of people were evacuated to a safe place in the coastal areas of the Atlantic of France when the forest fires spread after burning more than 1,200 hectares (nearly 3,000 models).
Five camping areas near Teste-de-Buch, south of Bordeaux, was evacuated to be wary of Wednesday mornings. About 6,000 people have been moved to other locations, according to the Girte government.
Near the small town of Landiras, where forest fires are also raging, five villages and a village have been evacuated, with 500 people taken to a safe place.
The fires have flooded in the context of persistent drought and high temperatures.
On Wednesday, the temperature is up to 37 degrees C (99 degrees F.
According to the province, more than 600 firefighters were fighting the fire. Emergency forces from other regions of the country are also expected to help.
“Four aircraft and many firefighters are mobilized with the help of neighboring parts,” the local government of the Girinale department, which was affected by the fire.
The biggest fire in the two Fires of Girone is located around the town of Landiras, south of Bordeaux.
Another is located along the Atlantic coast, near Dune Du Pilat of iconic – the tallest sand dunes in Europe – located in the Arcachon Bay area.