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​Discover the cities of Biarritz, Anglet and Bayonne during day trips!

Chocolate or Bayonne ham, chiberta forest or the love room promenade in Anglet, shops or famous surf spots in Biarrritz, for the sake of fairness and open-mindedness we must admit that the Neighboring towns can be the object of small escapades.

BiarritzIt is far from the time when Biarritz was only a small whaling port. Since then, there have been waves that have smashed on the coast of the Basques. From the old harbor to the large beach, passing by the museum of the sea and the mythical rock of the virgin, Biarritz offers romantics and sunsets lovers a panorama that remains forever engraved in memories and hearts ...

Since Empress Eugenie, the wife of Napoleon III, launched the fashion for sea bathing and transformed this village into a seaside resort, the crowned heads and then the "People" succeeded one another and left their marks especially through the sometimes surprising and heterogeneous architecture of the city.

Anglet : Along the coast, you will arrive in Anglet with its fine sandy beaches, a boardwalk allows you to admire for several kilometers the incessant ballet of the ocean often unleashed at this place. Anglet, it is also 250 hectares of forests, ideal place for many activities, picnic, promenade, sports ...

 

Bayonne : Classified as a City of Art and History, the atmosphere "Basque" is quite different. You have to take the time to look up the half-timbered houses and stroll through the old quarters to discover the soul and riches of the city. An unmissable visit: the Basque Museum, located on the banks of the Nive river. The numerous guided tours offered all year by the tourist office will reveal the secrets of this city fortified by Vauban. Bayonne was the first chocolate-making city, more than 400 years ago, but there's still something for you to discover!

 

Espelette : If you decide to venture a little further inland, Espelette is a must-take place to fill up with peppers in all its forms, fresh or dry rope, powdered, mashed or jelly. A delight to raise all your dishes.

Saint-Jean-de-Pied-de-Port : At the foot of the Pyrenees, this medieval city full of charms is located at the crossroads of the 3 main roads of St Jacques de Compostelle. From the St Jacques Gate, which has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, along the ramparts along the ramparts, passing through the citadel, the pilgrims leave their imprint literally and figuratively ...

The market of Monday, whose reputation is no more to do, brings together the producers of the valley of the Aldudes and all the Basque Country. It is followed, in the afternoon, by the traditional part of ball with bare hand. Here is a day organized to discover the Inland Basque Country. Expatriation assured ... Guaranteed authenticity.


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